Meriam Ibrahim Will Not Be Freed, Attorneys Appeal Execution To International Court, by Steven Ertelt, Life News
"Over the weekend, news reports surfaced that a top Sudanese official indicated Meriam Ibrahaimwould “be freed” after getting a death sentence from the government of Sudan for rejecting Islam.LifeNews was doubtuful when the reports surfaced and it turns out the official in question talked out of turn, with the court in Sudan indicating that only it has the power to overturn the decision.
"Abdullahi Alzareg, an under-secretary at the foreign ministry, said the county was committed to protecting the woman and guaranteed religious freedom and indicated Ibrahim would be released and not face further charges. But lawyers for 27-year-old Ms Ibrahim expressed scepticism that she would be freed so quickly.
"They were right..."