I too am sorry for the girl but I am surprised that in an opne society as that in US this kind of things are feared. It can be see in some parts of India and some middle east countries but wasn't expecting it in US!
That is a valid concern. I agree that it could be the talk of fanatics on the other side as well. But I would still keep her very safe. And let the family dynamics work themselves out in the future, if this is possible.
What jerks! To kill someone just because they don't want to be the same religion as their parents. Closed minded fools! I agree with Nelle and Sweetie Pie I hope she keeps running away until she is 18.
I had a student years ago who went from Iran to Greece on a student exchange program. While there, he converted to Greek Orthodox. He ended up in the US because Greece wouldn't let him stay beyond his program of study and if he went home he would be beheaded.
no child looks that distraught and freaked out who is not in genuine fear for their life. she should be kept away from her dad and wait for a year. if the mule headed authorities take her back i would say that is evil. if i was her i would break a law and go to jail before going home.
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