Meriam Yehya Ibrahim is clinging to her faith, even though her country has condemned her, and her husband’s country – the U.S. – has thus far abandoned her to a death sentence. Ibrahim’s attorney, Osman Mubarak, said Sunday in a radio interview that his client still has not received any firm assistance from the U.S. beyond empty declarations, even after the case received international media attention in recent days. Yet Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman sentenced to be hanged to death for purportedly leaving Islam and marrying an American Christian, has no plans to renounce her Christian faith in order to avoid the death penalty. More