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They need to get him lock him up and never let him in society again.
He doesn't deserve to be called a father.If I were his daughter and I lived through it,I would never claim him as my father.A father is to protect their children,not kill them.Iraq men are fools for believing
in honor killing.I wish I knew where she was so I could write to her if she is still alive.

Janis -
I just finished the interview of Rifqa Bary by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement in conjunction with her recent trial...

He does not deserve to be called a father either.

Here's how bad it is for Noor. The location of the hospital where she is being treated is being suppressed because of fears for her safety.

This should not happen to a woman in the United States in 2009.

Thank you for your compassion. I pray for Noor.

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