Rifqa Bary, the 17-year-old Christian convert from Islam, who fled her parent's home in Ohio, has apparently been diagnosed with uterine cancer. Estranged from her parents, but sent back to Ohio by the courts, Ms. Bary has already had several surgeries and faces another tomorrow.
CAIR attorneys are working for the parents. It seems no one is working on behalf of Rifqa. The cancer is serious. Pam Geller writing American Thinker has the story:
While this is a tragedy, how Rifqa is being victimized by her lawyers and her parents is nothing less than an atrocity. Her lawyers kept her in the dark about her condition -- despite the seriousness of her cancer -- for well over a week while they conferred with her parents and their CAIR-appointed lawyers about her treatment. While most cases like this result in a hysterectomy, Rifqa is only having the advanced malignancy removed. From what I understand, the survival rate in cases like these is only five percent.Read it at American Thinker .