Just for the record, Rifqa had no laptop when she converted four years ago.
The deception to cover and advance Islam is staggering over at the dhimmi Sentinel. Decrying Christian extremists and diabolical laptops, everyone and everything is to blame, but Islam and the laws mandating the death penalty for apostasy are never called into question. This is Nazi propaganda.
And this is the case they are going to make to the courts. There is a reason such trash is being printed. The Huffington Post printed a giant lie about apostasy today in regards to Rifqa (look for Spencer's piece later on that).
Let me first digress and dispense with Al-Maryati’s crudely unsophisticated taqiya . Yes, despite Al-Maryati’s denial, apostasy is mentioned in the Koran—Koran 4:89  most prominently—and the punishment is death, as noted for example by two of the most important classical Koranic exegetes, Baydawi and Ibn Kathir, in their commentaries on this verse. Al-Maryati’s crude taqiya fully ignores the fact that punishment by death for apostasy from Islam is firmly rooted in all the most holy Muslim texts—both the Koran, and the hadith—as well as the sacred Islamic Law (the Shari’a). Koran 4:89  states, “They desire that you should disbelieve as they have disbelieved, so that you might be (all) alike; therefore take not from among them friends until they fly (their homes) in Allah’s way; but if they turn back, then seize them and kill them wherever you find them, and take not from among them a friend or a helper.” (Andrew Bostom)
When it comes to the welfare of a minor child, you err on the side of caution. But not according to the shills in the media. This has nothing to do with years of abuse and shariah law; the laptop made her do it. Anyone, anything, but never dare speak ill of Islam
Notice how they address Rifqa's testimony.
Because of that laptop and access to the Internet, he says he lost his daughter to Christian extremists.
If that were true, why would she make up all that stuff? And if he is so doting, why would she run away at all? And if she is such a Christian, she wouldn't lie so. Lying is not part of Christianity. There is no taqiya in Christianity.
She fled Ohio last month, saying her father had threatened to kill her because she had converted to Christianity.
"I still cannot believe she would think that," he said.
But somebody planted that idea in her head, and he is convinced it was someone she met on the Internet.
Facebook, an online social network in which users select "friends" from anywhere and everywhere, is where Rifqa met Blake and Beverly Lorenz, the Orlando husband-and-wife minister team who took her in after she ran away.
In the weeks before she fled, her parents noticed she would sleep all day and stay up all night exploring the Internet.
Until this spring, Rifqa was a model student, an obedient daughter. She earned good grades, worked part-time at a Chinese restaurant and called home even if she were running just 10 minutes late.
But about the time school ended in May, she began all-night Facebook sessions. She started withdrawing from family members and longtime friends, her parents said.
Many of her chats were with evangelical Christians, her father said. They turned her against him, he said.
"There is no way this man would hurt his daughter," said Neil Javery, 52, a Hindu and family friend in Westerville, the Columbus suburb where the Barys live.
He sells jewelry and Amway products, friends say.
Aysha Bary is a stay-at-home mom who speaks little English but breaks into tears over what has happened.
What about the business she runs? Why no mention of Custom Bridal Veil?
The Barys are not radical Muslims, friends and associates say. Their household is as normal as any other.
"It's just typical," Easton said. "Kid comes in, looks at parents, rolls her eyes and goes upstairs."
How would Easton know? Do we take some plant's word over Rifqa? Read the whole bloody mess so you can see what Rifqa and, frankly, the whole of the West is up against.