For those who have followed the saga of Rifqa Bary, a new development has arisen: Rifqa now has advanced uterine cancer. To compound this poor child's suffering, her own lawyers hid this diagnosis from her, yet consulted with her astranged parents and their CAIR lawyers. It was decided that Rifqa would not have a hysterectomy, although the Mayo Clinic says this procedure is recommended in almost all cases of uterine cancer and I imagine it would certainly be the course of treatment for advanced uterine cancer. In addition, her lawyers saw fit to bring her parents into her hospital room while Rifqa was awaiting surgery. She became so agitated that her parents had to be removed from the room.
With a grim prognosis, an illegal immigration status unrectified, her own lawyers working against her, and her eighteenth birthday growing ever closer, Rifqa needs all of our prayers.
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