She's been detained since January 17, he said. In Air Max Shoes Original addition to the emotional turmoil resulting from the conviction, the couple also have to worry about their children, Wani said.
to her beliefs, according to her husband, Daniel Wani, an American citizen who is also a Christian.
"An illegitimate marriage does not result in legally recognized offspring, which means that my son and the new baby are no longer mine," he said.
"She's in a bad mood," he said of his wife. "She's frustrated."In addition to the death sentence, the court sentenced Ibrahim to 100 lashes for the adultery conviction.
Sudanese Parliament speaker Fatih Izz Al Deen said claims that she was raised as a non Muslim were untrue.
Wani said he'd never met the relatives who made the accusations. His wife, he said, was raised a Christian by her mother, an Ethiopian Orthodox, after her Muslim father deserted the family when Ibrahim was 6. The apostasy accusation was added after she maintained she was a Christian, according to her husband.
"I know my wife. She's committed," he said. "Even last week, they brought in sheikhs and she told them, 'I'm pretty sure I'm not going to change my mind.' "
depends" on Ibrahim, according to her lawyer.
"There is pressure on her from Muslim religious leaders that she should return to the faith," Wani told CNN in a TV exclusive. "She said, 'How can I return when I never was a Muslim? Yes, my father was a Muslim, but I was brought up by my mother.' "
Their complaint alleged that she went missing for years, and her family was shocked to find out she married Wani, according to her attorney, Mohamed Jar Elnabi.
Wani said his wife is a practicing Christian, more so than him, and even had their son baptized.
The court had warned her to renounce her Christianity by May 15, but she has Air Max Running Shoes Review
"The police originally called for the case to be dismissed, but these people went back and added another charge . which is adultery, by saying she was their sister and a Muslim. It is illegal for a Muslim woman to marry a Christian man, therefore we were brought before the court."
Meriam Yehya Ibrahim was condemned to die by hanging after she declined to profess she is a Muslim, the religion of her father. Sharia law considers her a Muslim and does not recognize her marriage to a Christian
By Nima Elbagir and Faith KarimiKHARTOUM, Sudan (CNN) A Sudanese woman sentenced to death for refusing to renounce her Christian faith is unlikely to change her mind, her husband says.
Wani said he's not been allowed to visit his detained family as much since the apostasy charge was added.
In past cases involving pregnant or nursing women, Sudan waited until the mother had weaned her child before executing any sentence. Sharia law as practiced in Sudan prohibits carrying out the death sentence on an expectant woman until two years after she gives birth.
steadfastly maintained she is a Christian and will remain so.
CNN has sought comment from the Sudanese government and was directed to the Justice Ministry. Subsequently, a CNN request for an interview was denied and CNN was told the justice minister does not comment on matters before the court as a final judgment has not yet been issued in this case.
She was raised in an Islamic environment, and her brother, a Muslim, filed the complaint against her, according to Al Deen.
"He cannot live without her," he said.
Ibrahim, 27, was arrested after Muslim relatives accused her of renouncing her religion.
Wani's physical condition makes the ordeal even harder. He uses a wheelchair and "totally Air Max Shoes Photos
Despite languishing in prison with two infants, she's holding firm Air Max 95 Ultra Jacquard Sail
Christian woman in Sudan undaunted
To avoid this fate, all she had to do was recant her Christian faith.
Wani said he is thrilled about his new daughter but hopes her birth doesn't hasten his wife's death sentence.
The court convicted Ibrahim of apostasy, or the renunciation of faith, and adultery two weeks ago. At the time, she was eight months' pregnant. She gave birth to a baby girl this week at a Khartoum prison, where she's detained with Martin, her 20 month old son.
Nike Air Max 180 On Feet
Air Max 95 Grey Wolf
Air Max Patch Tan
Nike Running Shoes Black And Green
Nike Kobe Ad White/White/Black
Air Max Patch On Feet
Nike Kobe Basketball Shoes For Sale
Nike Running Shoes Size 10.5
Nike Hypervenom Phinish V2
Nike Air Max 95 Independence Day
Air Max 95 Pink And Black
Air Max 95 Og Qs Greedy
Nike Air Max 95 Ultra Jacquard Sail
Air Max Green And Blue
Air Max 78