August 13, 2009, - 2:41 pm
If I were 17-year-old Fathima Rifqa Bary, I, too, would be pretty scared that my Muslim father and/or brother, Mohamed and Rilyan Bary, would kill me. And I’d be seeking a lawyer right now.
That’s because Bary, a Sri Lankan teen living in Ohio, is not a U.S. citizen and ran away from her parents to Orlando, when she converted to Christianity and feared they’d perpetrate an honor killing of her over it.
(More video–the Muslim family “responds”–here. You can tell they’re lying through their teeth.)
And to make matters worse, the Columbus, Ohio police aren’t helping her. They’re publicly doubting her story and helping the Islamic parents and buying into their phony “concern” for their daughter.
Sergeant Jerry Cupp, the head of the Columbus Police Department’s missing persons bureau, says Mohamed Bary seems genuinely concerned and worried about his daughter.
Well, of course, he “seems” that way. Does Sgt. Cupp think the father–who wants to kill his daughter over her Christianity–is going to tell him how he really feels and what he really plans? Hilarious.
It’s interesting, too, that everyone is describing Rifqa Bary’s conversion to Christianity as involvement with a “cult.” Hmmm . . . what the heck do they think Islam is?
On Monday, an Orlando judge ordered the girl into Department of Children and Families custody until a hearing late next week.
Bary and her family are from Sri Lanka, and she is not a U.S. citizen. She fears her parents would kill her or send her back to her native country if she were returned to them in Ohio.
Like I said, if I were this girl, I’d seek an immigration and/or family law attorney, and I’d be seeking both political asylum here and emancipation from my parents.
Otherwise don’t be surprised if she ends up never heard from again in Sri Lanka.
Remember, “Religion of Peace” = Religion of Pieces.
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