Some updates on the Rifqa case: The court has decided that custody is not to be given back to her parents.
Rifqa’s lawyer is also saying that she was beaten by her father and brother and was sexually abused by her uncle back in Sri Lanka. Her father, who she claims threatened to kill her upon finding out about her conversion to Christianity, is tied to a radical mosque with Muslim Brotherhood connections.
Stemberger said in the petition the Bary family’s mosque – Noor Islamic Cultural Center in Columbus – was home to Salah Sultan as “resident scholar” before being banned from the U.S. and “is known as a global terrorist who publicly advocates the killing of Americans and Jews.”
The petition also claims Columbus is under investigation for U.S. operations of Al-Qaeda, the terrorist organization responsible for the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America…
…With regard to the alleged threat facing Rifqa in Columbus, Stemberger told the Witness, “The documentation shows that this is a mosque that has ties to extreme Muslim groups and terrorist activity. The CEO and spiritual leader is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood … a group that is actually banned in most Muslim countries because of how extreme it is.”
Source: World Threats