Court Issues Reunification Plan in Rifqa Bary Case

Rifqa Bary, the teen who ran away from home, in fear of her life, after she converted from Islam to Christianity, will be made to “hear her parents’ explanation of their religious beliefs and that the parents must listen to the girl’s explanation of her Christian faith”. What does that mean? She knows about Islam, since she grew up with it. Also, it’s highly unlikely that her parents are going to care about anything she has to say about her conversion to Christianity.
Robert Spenser from Jihad Watch, makes this valid point:
“It’s inconceivable that the father is going to say, ‘Well, in Islam, we have to kill the apostate, and thus we’ll have to kill you.’ He’s not going to say that in front of the caseworker”.
Continue to pray for this brave young lady.

Fathima Bary

The proposal was filed Monday in Franklin County Juvenile Court in Columbus, Ohio, by a government caseworker. It says 17-year-old Rifqa Bary needs to hear her parents’ explanation of their religious beliefs and that the parents must listen to the girl’s explanation of her Christian faith so that both sides can better understand Bary’s summer runaway to Florida.

Bary has said she feared her father would harm or kill her for converting from Islam. Her father has denied this claim, but the reunification plan leaves open the possibility that the girl may not be forced to return home. Robert Spencer, director of Jihad Watch, concurs.

“She shouldn’t return home — and if it were any other situation, there would be no possibility of her returning home,” he argues. “If she were a Christian girl who had fled from her family and converted to Islam, nobody would be talking about her going home. Islam has this powerful deception machine in the United States.”

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See our previous post about Rifqa Bary.
Rifqa Bary Returns to Columbus.
Hamas-Linked CAIR Supervised Police Interview of Rifqa Bary’s Parents on Abuse Allegations.
Florida Investigation Finds No Credible Threat to Teen Christian Convert.
Teen Christian Convert Who Fled Muslim Family Gets Online Threat.
Muslim Teen Who Converted to Christianity Says Family Threatened to Kill Her.
Updated: Judge Decides Fate of Honor Student, Cheerleader Who Fears “Honor Killing” After Converting to Christianity.
Parents of Muslim Teen Who Converted to Christianity Have Ties to Mosque of Alleged Terrorist.
Political Asylum Suggested for Rifqa Bary, Teen ‘Muslim to Christian’ Convert.
Teen ‘Muslim to Christian’ Convert Order Back to Ohio by Florida Judge.
Rifqa Investigation Ignored Facts About Islam.

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