Thursday, December 3, 2009
Rifqa Bary, the teenager who fled her muslim family over the summer for fear of being the victim of an 'honor killing,' continues to be a prisoner of the state of Ohio. In foster care, Rifqa's phone calls and internet usage are monitored as directed by the presiding judge in her case. I assume the ACLU is too busy trying to get a nativity scene removed from a public park somewhere to address this issue.
Though the Florida Department of Law Enforcement alleges no evidence of any danger posed to Rifqa from her family, this news tidbit says something very different.
According to Jihad Watch, the imam at the mosque where Rifqa's family is indoctrinated, I mean worships led a hajj to mecca in 2002 with the radical jihadist imam of Major Nidal Hasan, the nutjob who killed 14 and wounded over 30 in a shooting at Fort Hood, Texas. But Rifqa's not in danger. No....we all know islam is such a peaceful religion.
The latest proposal by the agencies in charge of handling Rifqa's case in Ohio says that Rifqa and her family should meet to discuss their respective religions in order to promote "understanding" between the two. This attitude is part of the reason we've had 'honor killings' in Arizona and Buffalo and why 35+ families will never be the same again. The only "understanding" we need of islam is that infidels must die. Period. It wasn't the Swedish Bikini Team that hijacked four planes and killed 3,000 innocent people on 9/11.
It's tough to get some Americans to see that we are waging a jihad against a philosophy that promotes the barbaric notion of sharia law. What will it take? Will it take an act of terrorism on the part of some martyr wannabe that affects their families? How about having their children recite koran verses in school to promote "understanding"? The kumbaya crowd has no clue about the very real danger the West faces from the fascist regimes of muslim countries.
Despite the willingness of the left -- particularly the muslim-in-chief -- to capitulate to those who call us 'islamophobes,' there are those who get it. Our brave soldiers who continue to fight for the freedom of people to live in a free country instead of a theocracy get it. Those families who lost loved ones on 9/11 and at Fort Hood get it. And one very brave teen in Ohio gets it.
On December 22, 2009, another rally will be held in Columbus, Ohio, in support of Rifqa Bary. This is the day where another hearing will be held to determine whether she returns to her family. Depending on the ruling, she could immediately be handed over to her potential killers.
Please continue to pray to God the Father that He continues to protect and bless Rifqa. Thank you.