Type: News

Sudan (the)
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Mr. Taha and four of his colleagues were convicted and sentenced to death in a two-hour trial on Jan. 7 for ''heresy, opposing application of Islamic law, disturbing public security, provoking opposition against the Government and re-establishing a banned political party,'' according to the Sudan News Agency. Their specific offense was distributing a pamphlet calling for the abolition of Islamic law, which was imposed in September 1983.

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