Meriam Ibrahim, family welcomed as long journey ends in Manchester
Pope Francis, second from left, talks with Meriam Ibrahim of Sudan, while her husband and two children sit beside her, during a private meeting at the Vatican July 24. (REUTERS/Osservatore Romano)
“God heard our prayers,” said Gabriel Wanni of Manchester, Ibrahim’s brother-in-law.
No party was planned for Thursday night.
“They’re going to be tired and exhausted,” Wanni said.
After Ibrahim’s release, the family met Pope Francis at the Vatican July 24.
Wanni on Thursday thanked those who helped secure Ibrahim’s release.
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