Everyone is watching to see what happens to Rifqa. She has become a test case for everyone.
The Muslims, the Islamic supremacists, want to prove that a young girl cannot break free, cannot break out of their web, even in America.
More importantly, it is a case being watched by every subjugated Muslim dying to break free of the shackles of Islam.
If Rifqa can do it and is protected, so can they. This is why it is so critical that she be broken by the Islamic machine.
It's a test case for free people, and for America also. Will American courts knuckle under to Islamic intimidation and implement Sharia provisions for the isolation of female apostates?
Will we stand up and defend religious freedom? Do Muslim girls in the same situation as Rifqa have any hope? Rifqa's case will show the answer.
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
"Everyone is watching to see what happens to Rifqa"
So says Pamela Geller in an interview with Jamie Glazov of FrontPage magazine today on the Rifqa Bary case -- the girl who converted from Islam to Christianity and then fled her home in fear for her life.