Petition For Christian Sudanese Woman Stalls At 50,000

Mark 13:13 “You will be hated by all because of My name, but the one who endures to the end, he will be saved.”

A petition calling for the White House to act in the case of Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman sentenced to death for her faith in Christ, has stalled at just over 50,000 signatures.

The petition needs to reach 100,000 signatures by June 27th to be guaranteed an official response by the Obama administration.

The petition to the White House says in part “We strongly urge the administration to take action in the case of Dr. Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese mother who with her toddler and newborn baby (who pending the proper documentation are American citizens), is languishing inside a prison in Khartoum.”

Over 40 Christian groups calling on the Obama administration to stand up for Ibrahim and to finally stand up for religious freedom in general held a rally outside the White House.

Republican Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, who attended the rally, said that Ibrahim represents a major need for the U.S. to stand for religious freedom around the world.  He said that the administration has been especially lax when it comes to American Christians who are being persecuted.

If you wish to sign the petition, visit the White House petition site:


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