British Officials Seek Pardon for Teacher in Sudan
ABC News is reporting Sunday that British officials are seeking a pardon for the teacher in Sudan who allowed her students to name a teddy bear Muhammad.
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi and Lord Nazir Ahmed, two Muslim members of the British parliament, said that they were trying to work with the Sudanese government to try and release her.
According to CNN International, GIllian Gibbons would be sent by plane out of the country as soon as she got released if she were to be released.
"We're having lots and lots of meetings, we're working hard," Lord Ahmed said to reporters.
No agreement has been made as of now.