Sudan: Ahmed Sardop: Human rights defenders in exile
Ahmed Sardop, a doctor, (given name Ali Mohamed Osman), was publicly critical of the government, He was arrested by the NISS on 20 March 2009 when he was taken to an unidentified location and tortured. Ahmed filed a complaint with the police. A few days, later Ahmed began receiving death threats and was forced to leave Sudan. The human rights community within Sudan remains at risk; they need better protection and the freedom to continue their work.
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