Today is the day, and the dhimmi stalkers over at the Orlando Sentinel are taking their shots at Rifqa again: Rene the rube Stutzman and her silly sidekick Amy Edwards.
The Orlando Sentinel -- judge, jury and teen girl would-be executioner -- is out there shilling for jihad on the day of Rifqa Bary's hearing. Note how the tools at the Orlando Sentinel always call her "Fathima," though Rifqa never calls herself that. Rifqa goes by Rifqa.
COURT HEARING TODAY FOR OHIO RUNAWAY FATHIMA RIFQA BARY
Meanwhile, Ohio child welfare officials have already concluded it's safe for Rifqa to return. They want to place the girl in therapy and reunite her with her family.That, however, may not be the conclusion of Florida officials who have had to deal with a flood of e-mail and reaction from thousands of people, many of them including anti-Muslim sentiments, who say the runaway is a hero.
Gov. Charlie Crist has received more than 9,000 e-mails about the runaway, his office said.
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If they conclude no threats exist, Circuit Judge Daniel Dawson could send the girl back to Columbus, Ohio, where her parents have agreed to place her in foster care for at least a month.
If agents conclude Rifqa is in danger, the judge could leave her here in foster care, her status since Aug. 10 when another judge ordered her temporarily into the care of the Florida Department of Children and Families.
No matter what FDLE says, Rifqa will fight to stay here until next August, when she turns 18, said her attorney, John Stemberger, a conservative Christian activist. He said Rifqa is in a stable home with a Christian foster family and is happy.
Eric Fenner, executive director of Franklin County Child Services in Columbus, Ohio, said Wednesday that his agency has investigated the girl's complaints and believe she can safely return home.
"We think by getting the family with a therapist ... hopefully, we can salvage this family," he said.
I think Fenner's report should be made public.
"We think by getting the family with a therapist ... hopefully, we can salvage
this family," he
He has NO idea who or what he is dealing with.
A Muslim family will discard its faith on the advice of a kuffar therapist?
What a total idiot.
Stemberger filed paperwork on Monday, alleging that the mosque attended by Rifqa's family is home to terrorists and Muslim extremists. He is expected to make the same argument today.
The mosque, Noor Islamic Cultural Center, issued a statement Wednesday to say those allegations are lies and that hate groups are using Rifqa's case to attack Muslims.
Rifqa boarded a bus to Orlando and sought refuge with husband-and-wife pastors Blake and Beverly Lorenz of Global Revolution Church. She met Beverly Lorenz through a prayer book page on the Internet social network site Facebook.
Although Rifqa's family was searching for her and had filed a missing persons report with Columbus police, the Lorenzes kept her for two weeks without notify [sic] authorities.
Why don't Rene and Amy ask why it took close to two weeks for the Barys to file their missing persons report? No. Rene and Any take dictation.
The rubes are dying for good Christians to get thrown to the lions for the crime of saving a young girl's life. This is how far the left has descended into immoral madness.
G-d bless them.