Check out my interview with Jamie Glazov of Frontpage Magazine
Excerpt (read the whole thing here):
FP: Where are all the feminists in America coming to the defense of this young Muslim girl?
Geller: Where indeed? Whenever feminist groups are
asked to comment on an honor killing or gender apartheid, they always
defer and suggest that the media speak to the Muslim groups. How
courageous. It is despicable that feminist groups and child welfare
groups are nowhere to be seen. Feminist groups are either afraid of the
Islamic supremacists who are trying to deny Rifqa her religious freedom
and human rights, hate Christianity for its position on abortion, or
they hate America so much that they will be silent when women are being
oppressed by a force that also hates America.
The barbaric oppression of women under Sharia has never mattered to
American feminists. Hillary Clinton has never said a word about it.
Gloria Steinem hasn’t touched the subject. Code Pink has never come out
against the barbarians. But they will go to Israel and protest freely
their against the Jewish people right to self defense. Morally ill.
If she was a pregnant girl who had run away from a devout Christian
home because she wanted an abortion, she would never be returned to
home. The left would make her iconic like Roe in Rove v Wade.
FP: What is the meaning of all these events?
Geller: 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
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.
FP: So what’s coming up and what can we do?
Geller: Well, first Jamie, I’m asking everyone at Frontpage and all of Frontpage readers to please send Rifqa a Christmas card. Let her know you stand with her. Send it to:
c/o Angela Lloyd
255C Drinko Hall
55 West 12th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43201
There is a dependency hearing on December 22 in Columbus. I know
it’s awfully close to Christmas. I know people will be busy. My kids
are in from school too. But we are going to hold another rally.
So join me and other freedom fighters at the Christmas rally for Rifqa the day of her dependency hearing December 22 in Columbus Ohio. Be there. She could be sent back to her devout Muslim home on the 22nd and that extremist Noor Mosque.
How frightening it all must be for her.
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