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Christelijk meisje moet naar islamitisch pleeggezin: “Moeder nam kruisje af en ze moet Arabisch spreken”

In het Verenigd Koninkrijk is ophef ontstaan rond een vijfjarig meisje uit een christelijk gezin dat de laatste zes maanden doorbracht bij twee verschillende islamitische pleeggezinnen. Volgens de New York Times spraken de pleegouders enkel Arabisch en namen ze het kruisteken van het kind af.

De New York Times kon vertrouwelijke documenten inkijken van een van de maatschappelijke werkers in de zaak. Die rapporteerde dat het kind tijdens een gesprek huilde en smeekte om niet terug te moeten naar haar pleeggezin omdat ze geen Engels spraken. Ze was ook erg aangedaan van het feit dat de moeder in een van de gezinnen haar ketting met kruisje afnam, en haar aanspoorde om Arabisch te leren spreken.

Lees verder:

http://www.hln.be/hln/nl/960/Buitenland/article/detail/3243797/2017/08/28/Christelijk-meisje-moet-naar-islamitisch-pleeggezin-Moeder-nam-kruisje-af-en-ze-moet-Arabisch-spreken.dhtml

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4828546/Christian-girl-5-forced-care-devout-Muslims.html

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6 Comments on Christelijk meisje moet naar islamitisch pleeggezin: “Moeder nam kruisje af en ze moet Arabisch spreken”

  1. The parents of a five-year-old Christian girl forced to live with a fundamentalist Muslim family begged the council to allow her to stay with her grandmother as she became increasingly distressed.
    The foster family, selected by the London borough of Tower Hamlets, removed the child’s crucifix necklace, wore full-face veils around her, spoken in Arabic which she did not understand, and banned her from consuming bacon, an investigation by The Times found.
    Her family has spent the past six months pleading with the council – which has previously been accused of corruption and favouring Muslim interests – to allow the girl to be cared for by family or friends.

    https://www.infowars.com/christian-parents-begged-council-to-house-child-with-grandparents-instead-of-hardline-muslims/

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  3. Is er nu niemand daar in GB die daar een halt toe roept.

    Ga echt aan het verstandelijke vermogen van de betreffende ‘maatschappelijke werkers’ twijfelen.

    Ze leveren dat arme kind gewoon uit de aan een duivelse ideologie.

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  4. Heb ff ingelogd op the Times Uk

    Hier is het hele artikel:

    FOSTERING
    Parents begged Tower Hamlets council to let child in Muslim care stay with grandmother
    Andrew Norfolk, Chief Investigative Reporter
    August 29 2017, 12:01am,
    The Times

    Tower Hamlets has placed a young Christian girl into foster care with two Muslim families in turn. For the past two months, the child’s care has been entrusted by the council to a foster carer who wears a burka
    Tower Hamlets has placed a young Christian girl into foster care with two Muslim families in turn. For the past two months, the child’s care has been entrusted by the council to a foster carer who
    A council that forced a Christian child to live with conservative Muslim foster carers has blocked a number of attempts to move her to families where she would feel more at home.

    Inquiries by The Times have established that the girl’s family has spent the past six months begging the London borough of Tower Hamlets to allow the five-year-old to be released into the care of close family friends or relatives.

    The east London council has most recently opposed attempts to place the child into the temporary care of her grandmother.

    Instead, she initially spent four months with a carer whose family often spoke Arabic when she was with them, leading the girl to complain that she was unable to understand what they were saying.

    A Tower Hamlets employee who supervised regular meetings between the child and her family recorded the child’s distress, at the conclusion of each meeting, when she was handed over to the carer.

    In a written report of one meeting, the contact supervisor described the girl as “very emotional and tearful”.

    “She said they don’t speak English at the home, she doesn’t understand the Arabic words where she is. [The girl] said she wants to go back home to her [mother].”

    The social services employee heard the child whispering Arabic words to her mother that she was allegedly told must be said aloud to ensure that “when you die you go to heaven”.

    Her reports also describe the child’s account of her necklace, which carried a Christian cross, having been removed, and not returned, by the first foster carer.

    After another supervised meeting, the council worker heard the child explaining to her mother that the foster carer “said she needs to ask [her social worker] if she can learn Arabic”.

    At the end of the meeting, the girl “started crying and saying that she doesn’t want to go back”.

    For the past two months, the child’s care has been entrusted by the council to a second foster carer. Both women concealed their faces when they were with the girl in public, the first by wearing a niqab and the second with a burka.

    It is understood that the five-year-old has also spoken of the first foster carer having refused to let her eat a meal of carbonara because it had bacon in it.

    Friends of the family said she had also told her mother that “Christmas and Easter are stupid”.

    The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child says that any state agency considering a foster placement must pay due regard to “the desirability of continuity in a child’s upbringing and to the child’s ethnic, religious, cultural and linguistic background”.

    Tower Hamlets has refused to respond to requests from The Times to explain why it has twice chosen to place the girl in an environment that is wholly alien to her heritage and upbringing.

    A council spokesman said yesterday that its fostering service “provides a loving, stable home for hundreds of children every year”. All its foster carers received training and support to ensure they were “fully qualified to meet the needs of the children in their care”.

    “In every case, we give absolute consideration to our children’s background and their cultural identity.”

    A national shortage of foster carers from minority ethnic backgrounds, particularly in rural areas, often leads to a non-white child being placed with white British foster carers. It is far more unusual for a white child to be placed in a non-white foster home.

    According to published fostering statistics for England in 2016, 84 per cent of approved foster carers were white, as were 77 per cent of fostered children.

    Bron: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/parents-begged-tower-hamlets-council-to-let-child-in-muslim-care-stay-with-grandmother-k089xlsdc

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  5. http://m.telegraaf.nl/buitenland/article/29077896/christenmeisje-terug-bij-familie

    Gelukkig na storm van kritiek heeft de rechter hier toe besloten.

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