Lawyers question Sudanese court’s impartiality
LAWYERS for Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian sentenced to
death last month for allegedly renouncing Islam, have accused the
court in Sudan of bias and incompetence.
In appeal documents seen by The Times, the lawyers
accuse the judge, Abbas Mohammed al-Khalifa, of relying on "weak
and contradictory" evidence and delivering a "religious
They note that Sudan's 2005 constitution explicitly allows for
freedom of religion, and argue that, regardless, the ...
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