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    Willing to suffer to change things in the Sudan Rudwan Dawod spent 45 days in a Khartoum prison and is going back to help build a church!

  • Kim Arrington

    U.S. peace activist, Rudwan Dawod, who endured torture in Sudan prison for 45 days has his eyes upon returning to the region

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