1 June 2014

Sudan Denies Imminent Release of Woman Sentenced to Death for Apostasy

Khartoum — Sudanese foreign ministry spokesperson denied statement attributed to its undersecretary Abdallah Alazrak saying that a woman sentenced to death for apostasy would be released in few days.

A recent picture for Mariam Ibrahim from her prison publishde by Al-Sudani newspaper showing her after the birth of her daughter, and her son.

In a statement to CNN, Abu Bakr al-Sideeg al-Amin, said he is unaware of any plans to release Meriam Ibrahim "before a ruling from an appeals court".

Alazrak who is was speaking from London stated to the BBC and Reuters that the Sudanese authorities are working to free Ibrahim soon.

Sudan Tribune failed to reach al-Amin on Saturday.

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