• Meriam Ibrahim, 27, gave birth five days early yesterday after months shackled to floor
  • Father, U.S. citizen Daniel Wani, pictured with hours-old girl in barbaric jail in Khartoum where Meriam has spent her pregnancy shackled to floor
  • Doctor was sentenced to death for converting from Islam to Christianity after marrying, Daniel, a Christian who lives in New Hampshire
  • She will never see him grow up as she refuses to renounce Christianity
  • Lawyer: ‘The family are taking time to enjoy the birth before they fight injustice’

Meriam has spent the past four months shackled to the floor in a disease-ridden jail after being sentenced to death by hanging earlier this month for converting from Islam to Christianity and marrying a Christian man.

Her lawyer Mohaned Mustafa Elnour said the couple are ‘happy and proud’ of their new arrival and that it has brought a momentary ray of light to an otherwise bleak and desperate situation.

Mr Elnour: ‘This is a special moment for them. Daniel is delighted that he is able to see his new daughter so soon.

Powerful prayers are needing for this family!



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