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August 5, 2010 1

Foxnews.com: What Rifqa Bary’s Case Tells Us

By admin in Uncategorized

From Fox News, Phyllis Chesler:
America prides itself on religious tolerance. We welcome all houses of worship.
Increasingly, however, Islamist leaders are demanding even more religious tolerance, more mosques.
However, there is absolutely no reciprocity in the Muslim world. Saudi Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan, do not allow Christians, Jews, or other “infidels” to pray openly or [...]

August 5, 2010 1

Judge will decide today on Rifqa’s immigration status

By admin in Uncategorized

Please pray today for favor upon Rifqa. Today, the judge decides whether Rifqa can remain in the U.S. under special immigration status to continue her cancer treatment.
From the Columbus Dispatch…
With five days to go before Rifqa Bary’s 18th birthday, a Franklin County Juvenile Court magistrate is to issue a ruling today that could affect her [...]

July 14, 2010 8

Update on Rifqa’s Status

By admin in Uncategorized

I know that many of you are looking for an update on Rifqa and her status. I spoke to someone close to her and the legal case. I was informed that Rifqa has not authorized the release of any additional information on her health status. She has asked that everyone keep lifting her up in [...]

May 25, 2010 17

Rifqa diagnosed with uterine cancer

By admin in Uncategorized

As was revealed yesterday, Rifqa recently found out she is battling uterine cancer. She has already had 2 surgeries and will undergo another surgery on Thursday. Then the doctors will plan for continuing treatment.
Please pray and fast for Rifqa this week. We know that by His stripes we were healed.
More from onenewsnow:
A former Muslim who [...]

April 13, 2010 1

Rifqa fights to avoid deportation

By admin in Current Situation

From The Christian Post -
The teen convert to Christianity who ran away from her Muslim family last summer is fighting to stay in the United States.
An attorney for Rifqa Bary asked an Ohio judge Monday to declare that the girl is unable to reunite with her parents by her 18th birthday. The order would allow [...]

April 12, 2010 0

Motion for Immigration denied

By admin in Current Situation

Posted April 5, 2010
From the Columbus Dispatch -
A teenage girl who converted to Christianity and ran away from home is being blocked by her Muslim parents from fighting the possibility of deportation, her attorney told a judge today in an ongoing custody dispute.
Rifqa Bary, 17, who fled home last year and [...]

March 2, 2010 0

Parent’s motion denied

By admin in Current Situation

Judge Gill denied Mohamed and Aysha Bary’s motion to back out of a deal made on January 19th to allow Rifqa to remain in foster care and attempt reconciliation through the court system. The parents pretended to not know that Rifqa still had contact with other Christians and cried foul once [...]

March 2, 2010 1

Reconciliation not possible

By admin in Current Situation

From Foxnews.com-
Runaway Christian Convert Says Family Reconciliation Not Possible
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A teenage runaway who fled Ohio claiming she’d be harmed for converting from Islam to Christianity says it’s no longer possible for her to reconcile with her Muslim parents.
Read the rest…

February 2, 2010 0

Rifqa still has contact with outside world, for now…

By admin in Current Situation

Sent in by EW -
From MyPetJawa –
The Ohio court overseeing Rifqa Bary’s case convened yesterday to hear an emergency motion by CAIR attorney Omar Tarazi attempting to circumvent a counselor’s finding that Rifqa should be allowed to talk with the Florida couple, Blake and Beverly Lorenz, who took her in [...]

January 22, 2010 0

DID YOU DONATE TO THE TRUST FUND?

By admin in Controversy

It has been revealed (from the Jawa Report & more coverage at Atlas Shrugs) that the three officers who took over Global Revolution Church in August 2009 are now under criminal investigation for embezzlement, mail tampering, and illegal wiretapping.
Donations confirmed to have been sent to GRC for transfer into Rifqa’s trust [...]