Posted: February 22, 2014 in Uncategorized
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The hardest thing to do is forgive. For some forgiveness cannot replace those that we have lost. Jesus is the ultimate forgiver. He has forgiven every filthy, disgusting sin imaginable known to man.   What would you do if you were in Loubna Khader position? Would you forgive or would you let the anger and rage overwhelm you? A powerful video that will truly move you and makes you ask one question, could you forgive?


KHOU: Loubna Khader was trembling, her face pointed at a blank concrete wall. She clutched a framed photograph of her 6-year-old son Abdallah in her shaking hands. Then two-years-old, the boy was smiling.

Khader’s back faced a two-way mirror. Soon, the door to the room opposite her opened. Stewart Richardson slunk forward, led in by a jail guard.

Also in Khader’s hand was a photo of Abdallah as he is now, locked in a vegetative state.

The state says the man seated on a metal stool on the other side of the glass smashed into the family sedan in a horrific drunken driving collision in 2009. Khader was here at his behest –– he said Wednesday he wanted to apologize. On Thursday, Khader said she wanted to confront him READ MORE: http://www.khou.com/news/texas-news/Texas-mom-confronts-suspect-who-allegedly-left-son-nearly-brain-dead-246534621.html


THE BLAZE: For five years, Loubna Khader kept inside her pent-up rage and anguish at the man who left her 2-year-old son nearly brain dead after he chose to drive drunk.

On Thursday, the Texas mother went to the Tarrant County Jail to confront the person who hit her family’s car and changed their lives forever.

Five years to the day after the accident, Khader looked into Stewart Richardson’s eyes through the glass. She cried. She yelled. She let loose.

“Can you hear me? Can you hear me? Look at this face,” the anguished mother said with a framed photograph of her son Abdallah pressed up against the glass. “Look at him READ MORE: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/02/21/he-drank-too-much-and-got-behind-the-wheel-her-son-has-to-live-with-the-consequences-after-five-years-shes-confronting-him-and-the-cameras-were-rolling/


  1. Harley says:

    My heart aches for this poor woman and the pain she is in. I hope someday she is able to forgive and be forgiven by the one who forgives all.

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