Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Video: Sudanese Christian woman Speaks For The First Time After Escape From Death Sentence

The Sudanese mother who was sentenced to hang for refusing to give up her Christian faith has spoken about her ordeal for the first time, saying she never once considered giving in and that she made her stand on behalf of all those facing persecution around the world because of their religious beliefs.

 Nearly two months after finally being allowed to flee her native country and taking refuge in the United States, Meriam Yahya Ibrahim, 27, said she had been subjected to intense daily pressure while in prison to accept conversion to Islam but that she consistently refused to give in to her captors’ demands.
  “If I did that that would mean that I gave up,” she said in a first interview given to the Fox News Channel in the US.
 “It’s my right to follow the religion of my choice. I am not the only one suffering from this problem. “I put my life at risk for the women of Sudan and for Christians who live under difficult circumstances, persecuted and treated harshly. There are many Meriams in Sudan and throughout the world.”
Watch clip below...


Eddy Duke said...

This is what i call undeniable Christain. Lucky her.

Oge chukwura said...

She is really a good Christian very proud of her