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Rifqa Bary Suffers Further Abuse,Judge Orders Her Back To Ohio

October 14, 2009

Rifqa Bary Suffers Further Abuse, Judge Orders Her Back To Ohio

October 13, 2009 - San Francisco, CA - PipeLineNews.org - In an inexplicable decision a Florida Judge - Daniel Dawson - has ruled that Rifqa Bary, a 17 year old Christian convert who fled her fundamentalist Muslim family over fears that she would killed for her apostasy, must be returned to an Ohio foster care facility and eventually it seems, returned to her abusive family.

One potential wrinkle in the case is that the judge demanded that Bary's father, Mohammed provide the necessary immigration papers to prove the family is residing in the United States legally.

Though asked for such documentation in the past it has apparently never been provided, leaving the impression that the family is here illegally.

As noted here in an August filing Rifqa Bary Documents - Father Threatened To Kill Her, Noor Mosque Which Family Attended Has Terrorist Ties

The case of Fathima Rifqa Bary, a 17 year old young woman who was raised as a Muslim and lived with her family in Gahanna, Ohio since 2004, revolves around a claim that because of her recent conversion to Christianity she fears for her safety at the hands of her family which is adamantly opposed to her leaving Islam.

To escape from the danger posed especially by her father, Ms. Bary ran away from home to Florida. She has at least temporarily been granted, via court order, the right to remain in Florida while her case is adjudicated.

According to Ms. Bary's affidavit, when she arrived in Ohio:

"...After visiting a couple of other Mosques in the area, including the "Islamic Center" in Columbus, my Father decided that our family would join and become active in the "Noor Islamic Cultural Center" (Noor Center) located in Dublin, Ohio...there were eight other Mosques that were closer to our home in the Columbus area...my father was very intent on making sure that his children and especially me, were raised deeply in the faith of "Original Islam" which was taught at the Noor Center...My father was a committed member of the Noor Center and required our family to attend as much as possible."

If as now seems likely, Ms. Bary is returned to her family it will once again be a case of an American court failing to recognize the dangers posed by Shari'a and caving to the multiculturalists; a clear victory for the stealth jihad. http://www.pipelinenews.org/index.cfm?page=bary10.13.09%2Ehtm

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