He wanted his family to leave Sudan as soon possible, Mr Wani told BBC Focus on Africa. This is GREAT news and I pray they are able to leave Sudan without further problems.
I have been trying to make sense of these laws (about to read a controversial book about it.) So glad to hear about this breaking news! I have been following this story since I originally read and posted about it here and here.
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"The outcry generated by Meriam Ibrahim's case was difficult for the authorities to ignore.The government in Khartoum is already dealing with an economic crisis, and conflicts in Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile. It simply does not need further ill-feeling - and it is worth pointing out that many of the most vocal opponents of the conviction were Sudanese, not foreigners. In fact, Mrs Ibrahim's case looks like part of a recurring theme."