Here is yet another chilling account of persecution against Christians. Keeps things in perspective.
A Christian woman in Sudan reportedly has until Thursday to either recant her faith or face a possible sentence of death.
Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, 27, was convicted by a Khartoum court this week of apostasy, or the renunciation of faith, Amnesty International said Wednesday, a day before the expected ruling. The court considers her to be Muslim.
According to the rights group, she was also convicted of adultery because her marriage to a Christian man was considered void under Sharia law.
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