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Wednesday, August 26, 2009 

Parents of Rifqa Bary conducting anti-Christian incitement with help from CAIR

The Jawa Report has a post about how the Muslim parents of Rifqa Bary are resorting to anti-Christian incitement following the Florida court's grant of safety to their daughter to stay in the state. And as reported here, CAIR has been urging its supporters to circulate rumors inciting against Rifqa as well, and to present the parents as victims of anti-Muslim hysteria.

I do think that the custodians of Rifqa, the Lorenzes, should sue for slander, and certainly speak out against the parents and CAIR for their anti-Christian incitement.

On further related notes, Atlas Shrugs found that it's possible the father was planning to flee the country, with or without his daughter, since he closed a jewelry business he owned, primarily in New York (so he may not have been operating with a proper license in Ohio). Interesting, but in any case, no one with common sense need buy their jewelry at any store under his management now. The parents may have even committed perjury, which shouldn't be too surprising to anyone who knows what taqqiya is.

And here we have some info on another of the shills at the Orlando Sentinel, a misogynist named Mike Thomas. People like him are an absolute disgrace and should be shunned by common sense society. Here's more at the American Thinker (also via Atlas Shrugs).

Fortunately, Brigitte Gabriel has taken up the case on FOX News, as seen in the following video:

Also, Nidra Poller has provided a response to the case, pointing out how in France by contrast, they usually make sure to provide safety for girls fleeing abusive Muslim families. Here in Israel, they usually do too.

Read more here about how the Daily KOS is siding with these ogres and monsters.

Update: Front Page Magazine is interviewing Geller about the case.

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