An AP report yesterday gave an update on the status of Rifqa Bary, the Ohio teenager who fled from her Muslim family to Florida after she converted to Christianity, saying she was afraid her father would kill her. Florida courts eventually returned her to the custody of courts in Ohio, where she was placed in foster care. (See prior posting.) Now a Franklin County, Ohio Children's Services Board caseworker has filed a case-management plan that calls for Rifqa and her family to discuss their views of religion with each other as a first step toward reunification. However Rifqa refuses to have any contact with her parents or her brothers. The plan alternatively calls for locating other relatives or non-relatives with whom Rifqa could be placed if reunification with her parents is impossible. Next August 10 all of this becomes moot because Rifqa turns 18 and can leave foster care to be on her own.