Missing: Fathima Rifqa Bary

Fathima Rifqa Bary
Fathima Rifqa Bary

First, from the The Jawa Report:

Girl Who Converts to Christianity Goes Missing in Ohio

I’m not sure I have all the fact in the Fathima Rifqa Bary case. Here’s some of the info I’ve read and have been told about.

The 16 year old girl lives in a Muslim household, but recently made some professions that she was converting to Christianity.

She was last seen on July 19th. Her facebook account has been closed and her cell phone deactivated. Her friends are worried and claim this isn’t like her.

There is a missing persons report out on her, so I’m assuming that it was the family that filed the report.

There may be nothing in this related to her recent alleged conversion to Christianity. She could be just a kid that ran away from home for the normal reasons that kids run away from home. Or worse, the victim of an abduction.

Then this from 10TV News:

After Nearly 2 Weeks, New Albany Teen Still Missing

Police on Friday were still looking for information about a central Ohio teenager who vanished nearly two weeks ago.

Investigators said there is no evidence that Fathima Rifqa Bary, 16, is a victim of foul play, but they could not rule out that she is not in danger, 10TV’s Maureen Kocot reported.

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Investigators said Bary is affiliated with two central Ohio churches: one on Cleveland Avenue and the other near the Ohio State University campus.

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Anyone with information about the case was asked to call Columbus police at 614-645-4545.

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1 thought on “Missing: Fathima Rifqa Bary

  1. A little old this, but it would seem as Evangelically inclined couple lured her away via the internet. Thus disappearing for three weeks with no contact with her family, reappearing with a bang bearing a huge cross and claims her parents now are evil fundamentalists who wish to kill her, while being hugged firmly by the nice pastor.

    Of course she has now become a “cause celebre” among radical christians and their zionist friends and very unlikely to go away anytime soon judging by it’s popularity in the islamophobe blogosphere.

    It seems that their are thousands of folk who now believe that luring teenagers away from their homes forever is absolutely fine as long as the family are evil “Mozlems”.

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