John Stemberger might be reprimanded or disbarred for his part in the Rifqa Bary case.
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Pamela Geller and the former attorney for Rifqa Bary are getting the hell sued out of them, to the tune of $10 million dollars for defamation.
Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer plan a show that they promise will “scare the bejeezus outta ya” and we have no doubt that they will.
It has been a long road but these are the top 10 most popular pieces on Loonwatch for 2009, have your say!
Beverly and Blake Lorenz knew they were breaking the law when they took in teenage runaway Fathima Rifqa Bary.
The great blog wars have heated up. Debbie Shlussel, and Pamela Geller labeled by the wacky Robert Spencer as “freedom fighters” are poised to rumble.
Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer and Andrew Bostom organize an Islamophobic rally in the name of Fathima Rifqa Bary, a case which has already been decided by the courts.
Florida judge Daniel Dawson rules that Rifqa Bary should be returned to Ohio. Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer declare our law system, “shariah.”
Michael Kruse reports on the family of Rifqa Bary, portrayed as monstrous villains by anti-Muslim bloggers and far right-wing nuts, they turn out to be your average American family.
Fathima Rifqa Bary’s pastor has convinced her that the Quran commands her to be killed for converting. In this expose we deal with the veracity of the claim.
Michael Kruse explores the charges made by Rifqa Bary and the anti-Islam bloggers in detail by contacting and getting the opinion of Islamic scholars.
Craig McCarthy, a devout Evangelical Christian and the former attorney for Rifqa Bary’s mother writes that some of his fellow conservatives have been fooled by false rumors and inaccurate information. He calls on them to be self-critical and more analytical.
Andrew Bostom attempts to defend Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller against the rationality and objectiveness of Michael Kruse. Bostom loses but at JihadWatch, where everybody knows his name, his friends sing his praises.