You must have read by now that the Sudanese woman, Meriam Ibrahim, who was sentenced to death in Sudan for refusing to become a Muslim has been dramatically freed. Sudan's court of cassation had thrown out Meriam's death sentence and freed her after a presentation by her legal team, only for her to get rearrested again over a travel document and then later freed again.
Now, according to an update on DailyMail, the night Meriam was released, the man who claimed to be her brother had gone to Meriam's prison in Khartoum and upon discovering she had been freed, flew into a rage and vowed to kill her.
Al-Samani al-Hadi told CNN on Tuesday:
The family is unconvinced by the court’s decision. We were not informed by the court