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Mosque of Rifqa Bary's Family Tied to Terrorism

Wednesday, 02 Sep 2009 03:09 PM

By Frank Gaffney

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The Center for Security Policy, along with the Florida Security Council and Nonie Darwish, bestselling author of “Cruel and Usual Punishment,” hosted a blogger conference call to discuss the latest developments in the plight of 17-year-old Rifqa Bary.

Bary, a Muslim who converted to Christianity, fled her family in Ohio out of fear that, in accordance with what authoritative Islam calls Shariah, they would take her life as punishment for leaving the Islamic faith.

As was discussed on the call, this fear has been reinforced by the fact that her family's mosque, the Noor Islamic Cultural Center, has been tied to terrorism and jihadist ideology from its inception.

Bary has fled to Florida where her attorneys are trying to prevent state authorities from sending her back to her family and possibly her death.

To read the transcript of the conference call go here now.

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