Discussion in 'Persecution Watch - Islam in Action' started by paul&katie, Aug 13, 2009.
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I pray they not return this girl to Ohio or her family.
we need to : for this girl
also : for her family's salvation
This has brought me tears .. I pray this young girl is not returned to her family and for their salvation as well. I also pray that her location be not revealed to the family or others who would do her harm. :::
Wow! Poor girl, she is really shooken up!
Ah, poor girl. She's in my prayers. I really hope that she's able to stay there. Oh, thats so sad. She's my age and so brave. Poor girl. ::::::
praying that she is kept safe and that her family also accepts Christ
How many more of these "You should judge all of Islam based on this one situation" scenarios are we going to have?
I have actualllooked alot into this and there really is no happy ending to this. Ether she is fearing for her life from a radical muslum father (which I find highlly dobtfull becuese what Muslum extremeist would let there daughter be a cheerleader?) Or she is just being used as a pawn by third parties. AllI can say is I hopethingsworkout forher and that the rhetroich cools down a bit this is America after all. Certin laws are in place to protect childernin this Country ultmitelly the truth will win out butwhat that is as of right now I dont know so I am less then likelly to "circle the wagons" over this subject. with all that being said Prayer is a must but to qoute blogger Katelyn Beaty "Seeing persecution where there is likely none keeps the church defensive, improperly focused, and forgetful of the triumph it already has through Christ". that's my two cents may God be glorified in this situation whatever the outcome
Runaway Christian Convert Not Required to Meet With Parents, Judge Rules
Haven't kept up with this in the news, but I wonder why this girl didn't wait until she was 18 to leave? A simple note to explain her decision, why, etc. I don't understand why all the media is so necessary?
She did not have a choice her muslim parents found out that she became a Christian and was attending Church and Bible study. They are obligated under the qur’an and shariah law to sacrifice her to allah (honor killing) and they were going to take her to Sri Lanka to do just that. Now he parents are getting legal help from the US branch of the muslim brotherhood (who founded al-qaeeda) CAIR.
I've heard that the judge allowed her to live in a foster home with foster parents until she's 18, then she'll be on her own.
Rifqa Bary battling cancer
Teen runaway Rifqa Bary now fighting cancer - Orlando Sentinel
Would it be possible to start a petition for Rifqa Bary's acceptance as a legal citizen? Election year and all that...
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