(Christian Today) Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian woman who was sentenced to death for her faith, has spoken in depth about her ordeal for the first time since her release.
First imprisoned in January 2014, Meriam Ibrahim was sentenced to the death in May, with a two-year suspension as she was pregnant.
Following an international campaign for her release, she was at last freed in June, only to be stopped at Khartoum airport. She finally managed to leave Sudan in July, and after meeting Pope Francis in Rome, she arrived in New Hampshire with her family on August 1.
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