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Robert Spencer Explains Rifqa Bary Case on Fox and Friends

October 16, 2009

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Robert also mentions his new book, The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Koran. I’ve recently finished Robert’s book and my review is forthcoming. It’s an essential text to read in order to understand not just the Rifqa Bary case but the enemy we face. If you do not understand what the Koran says then you’re in no position to grapple with this global threat to freedom.


  1. Paul Cooper permalink
    October 16, 2009 3:31 pm

    I have been to Muslim countries and know for a fact that in many of these countries you will not be harmed as a foreigner if you are a Christian – as long as you don’t proselytize. However, if you are a citizen of that country and convert from Islam to Christianity your very life could be in danger. In some countries it isn’t just done among extremists – it’s common.

    • Jonathan permalink
      October 17, 2009 12:19 pm

      You don’t know what you are talking about. Sorry, but that’s the way it is.

      There are no “foreigners” in the house of peace. If you are a Muslim, you are under the sharia wherever you go. And if it is demonstrated that you are an apostate, you are subject to death.

  2. gidfrey. cross permalink
    October 16, 2009 5:03 pm

    i know for a fact that i have several saudi arabian friends who converted and they were not harmed at all. You just have to follow a countries rules and not insult anybody important.
    i am a father at my local church

    • theblanque permalink
      October 16, 2009 5:49 pm

      And we know that honor killings do happen here in the US–as sadly typified by Amina and Sarah Said, Sandeela Kanwal, Palestina Isa and Aasiya Hassan.

      I am glad that your friends have been unharmed; but that does not diminish the real risk this young woman faces.

  3. Julie Trevor permalink
    October 16, 2009 6:27 pm

    Not to mention the number of Muslim men who bring their “women” to medical offices for chastity/virgin checks…

  4. Joseph White permalink
    October 17, 2009 9:05 am

    I say let’s deport Rifqa family and keep her here. Just as I say, that if she’s sent back to Ohio and is found dead, we arrest everyone that sent her back, from CAIR, to her family, to the lawyers to the judges and on and on.

    Why hasn’t CPS stepped in and said this would be a bad idea? Why doesn’t Rifqa have a lawyer that will defend her rights?

    • Jonathan permalink
      October 17, 2009 12:22 pm

      My anger stems from the fact that she shouldn’t have to have a lawyer to defend her right not to be murdered. It doesn’t matter if she’s a foriegner. Our legal system is a farce. Liberals have made it that way. The state should have the authority to shield her if she requests it. Ridiculous. It’s just more sucking up to political correctness.

  5. Melvin Silon permalink
    October 17, 2009 1:47 pm

    We citizens of the Western World do not even yet realize that the barbarians are knocking down our gates. I feel for that young Rifqa.

    She will be taken seriously only if she loses her life–and, then, so what? The barbarians will continue their onslaught! So many of our “freedoms” have become our Achilles Heel!

  6. Judy permalink
    October 17, 2009 2:17 pm

    As I understand it, CPS is involved and she is represented with a court appointed lawyer. My question is to when her birthdate is. If the process can be stalled until her 18th birthday, then her parents will be unable to enforce a return.It has also became a matter of her parents providing appropriate visa/residency documentation for the whole family to the court. I do fear for her life, if not by her parents, by those that will feel the need to correct an embarrassment to their mosque community. Hopefully, time will be on her side, and she will be able to determine her life at age 18.

  7. Robert Arvanitis permalink
    October 17, 2009 2:53 pm

    Rifqa should have the common sense to “assault” a local policeman.

    That allows time for investigation, trial, and even a brief sentence, until she turns 18.

    • October 17, 2009 3:27 pm


  8. Arius permalink
    October 17, 2009 6:27 pm

    If she is returned to her family and she refuses to convert back to Islam she will either be (1) killed by her father and brother, or (2) killed by someone else in the local Muslim community, or (3) forced to return to Bangladesh and marry a Muslim man that can easily beat her to death or kill her for not converting back to Islam, or (4) forced to return to Bangladesh and then be placed in a mental institution (drugs, beatings, and death).

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