Pregnant Christian Sentenced to Death for ‘Apostasy’ Pressured to Embrace Islam
This is extremely sad..I cannot imagine the pain that she is going through as she awaits the final outcome of this matter. May all Christians unite in global prayer and to bombard heaven for divine intervention on her behalf and for the many others around the world who continue to be terrorized and persecuted.
PRAYER: Father in the name of Jesus we call upon you for divine intervention in this matter. We plead the blood of Jesus as we reverse the curse and break and destroy every satanic devices against your people and we send them back to the pit of hell. Your Son Jesus Christ is the Lion of the tribe of Judah to break every chain and to set every captive free. We ask now God that you let freedom reign and the young woman will be set free, in Jesus name, amen!
I Am Not Ashamed Of The Gospel Of Christ!
(Morning Star News) – A court in Sudan that sentenced a pregnant Christian to death for allegedly leaving Islam is pressuring her to recant in exchange for leniency, sources said.
Meriam Yahia Ibrahim, a 27-year-old doctor from western Sudan in late-term pregnancy, faces execution for alleged “apostasy” and 100 lashes for marrying a Christian (“adultery”); according to Islamic law, the punishments would be administered soon after the birth of her baby.
The El Haj Yousif Public Order Court yesterday (May 11) told her she had until Thursday (May 15) to convert to Islam, suggesting she could receive a reduction/elimination of the sentence, rights workers said.
“Meriam is very weak and tired as the delivery day gets closer,” a worker for Justice Center Sudan told Morning Star News. “The Sudanese authority keeps pushing Meriam to announce Islamic faith. My lawyer friend thinks the pressure is so…
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Thank you for being a VOICE and calling others to pray for our suffering sister in Christ. God bless you and your ministry.
Thank you and God bless you too for the great work that you are doing and for being a source of inspiration to me and so many others.
It is a worthy cause that you stand for, representing those who are simply not in a position to speak up for themselves. In due season God will reward you. Press on and be of good courage!