Dozens protest reforms in Sudan

Dozens of Sudanese took to the streets in Khartoum Friday against recent reforms by the government, which they deem anti-Islamic. These reforms include allowing non-Muslims to drink alcohol.

"We won't allow bars to reopen, we won't allow prostitution again. This people are Muslims, and this is the voice of the people", Mostafa Tal al-Sir, a protester said.

For Safia Haj Ahmed "In Sudan, men, women, and children, are all muslims by nature. We won't allow any interference in Islam. We won't allo…

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