In a big victory for religious freedom, the pregnant Sudanese woman who faced execution for her Christian faith has been set free. Meriam Ibrahim and her newborn baby met with Pope Francis today after six months in a Sudanese prison.
There are growing reports of Christians facing persecution in the Middle East and North Africa. In Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, ISIS is reportedly forcing Christians to leave the country, pay a tax or face execution.
The Sudanese Christian mother who was spared a death sentence for refusing to renounce her faith has reportedly been rearrested, along with her husband, while trying to leave the country.
Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman who gave birth in a Khartoum prison after being sentenced to death in May for allegedly converting from Islam to Christianity, has been freed, FoxNews.com has confirmed.
Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, was on “The Kelly File” to discuss the Sudanese mother-of-two who was sentenced to death for her faith.
Father Jonathan Morris was on “Fox and Friends” this morning, where he and the co-hosts discussed new reports that Sudan will free the woman sentenced to death for refusing to renounce her Christian faith.