We can only hope that she is safe. And now that some U.S. officials have taken seriously the threat that an apostate is under, can Rifqa Bary get some consideration? Or is it too late for that? "Asylum seeker realized her dream but now is missing," by Duke Helfand for the Los Angeles Times, October 24 (thanks to Don):
Gilda Ghanipour has spent the last nine years on the run.
Abandoned by her Muslim family for converting to Christianity, she has shuttled from one address to the next, terrified of being deported to her native Iran, where apostasy can be punished by death.