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Christian Mom’s Freedom Short-lived

By Jay Sekulow1403733652000

The free world rejoiced Tuesday when it learned that Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman sentenced to die for her Christian faith, had been freed from prison. But less than 24 hours later Sudan’s repressive, jihadist regime struck back.

Now, confusion reigns. According to multiple reports, Sudanese secret police detained Meriam and her family just as they were boarding their flight out of Sudan, on the verge of freedom. Fox News reports that Ibrahim is now “back in a Khartoum lockup for allegedly using phony documents in a bid to flee the Islamic nation.” But it was not just Meriam. Her American husband and her young American children were taken as well.

It’s time for the world’s only superpower, the guardian of liberty for its citizens, to tell Sudan, “Enough.” One thing is crystal clear: The Obama Administration must act, decisively. . . .

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