A Sudanese Christian convert detained since Tuesday after having her death sentence overturned is expected to be released when a guarantor is found to ensure she does **t flee the country, in a case that has provoked international outrage. Mariam Yahya Ibrahim was freed on Monday after an appeals court revoked a death sentence imposed on her for having converted from Islam to marry her Christian husband. Sharif said that the process was intended to prevent Ibrahim from leaving for the United States with her family. Despite lifting her death sentence, Sudan does **t recognise Ibrahim as a Christian and therefore does **t recognise her marriage as Muslim women are **t permitted to marry Christian men under the Islamic laws applied in the African country.

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