This is an egregious crime. How will we know if Rifqa is not being psychologically abused, physically abused? How will we know if she is ok? Rifqa Bary should be posting to a facebook page everyday. These Islamic apologists are not protecting this girl but rather endangering her life.
They say there is no threat but they would not release details about her trip back to Ohio "for safety reasons". They are going to kill this girl. Ohio is enforcing sharia law. Female apostates must be imprisoned until they recant.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — An Ohio judge on Tuesday ordered the state to supervise the telephone and Internet use of a teenage girl who says she ran away to Florida because she feared her father would harm or kill her for converting from Islam to Christianity.
Franklin County Juvenile Magistrate Mary Goodrich put the restrictions on Rifqa Bary, 17, at the request of the county children's services agency. The girl, of suburban New Albany, is to be placed in the agency's custody when she returns to Ohio.
Bary disappeared July 19 and police used phone and computer records to track her to the Rev. Blake Lorenz, pastor of Orlando, Fla.-based Global Revolution Church.
Authorities said the teen had met him online, through a prayer group on Facebook.
Bary's father has denied the girl's claims and a Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigation found no credible threats to the girl.
Bary's use of Facebook was one issue that led to the situation, said Jim Zorn, a children's services attorney, who asked Goodrich to restrict Bary from using the Internet and her cell phone.
"What we want to restrict is the other people, the other organizations, the other forces, that have interjected themselves into this case inappropriately, and has caused the additional problems that we've seen," Zorn said.
The girl's parents supported the restrictions, saying through their attorney they were concerned about her interacting with adults over the Internet.
Kort Gatterdam, an attorney representing the girl, opposed the request, saying problems were caused by a conflict between the girl and her parents, not the Internet.
"We're making some assumptions, without evidence in the record, that she has done something improper talking to people on Facebook. There's no evidence of that," Gatterdam told the judge.
"If the goal here is normalcy and reunification or whatever, this is not the way to go."