Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, children being held again in Sudan
Daniel Wani of Manchester, his wife, Meriam Ibrahim, and their two children were arrested Tuesday in Sudan. (COURTESY)
She said the charges d’affairs of the American embassy has met with the Sudanese foreign ministry over the detention. The bottom line, Harf said, is that the family needs to depart Sudan as swiftly as possible and be kept safe.
“It is regrettable and disturbing that some elements attempted to bring Meriam to U.S by issuing her an entry visa on a fraudulent traveling document obtained from a foreign country,” the message reads.
“The same legal system that protects her right and secures her freedom is capable of guaranteeing her right to leave the country whenever the legal procedure comes to an end,” the message reads. The statement refers to Ibrahim by her Muslim name – Abrar Hadi Mohammed Abdullah - on first reference.
International pressure mounted on Sudan since news surfaced that Ibrahim, who was eight months pregnant at the time.
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