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It is a small step in a long road that parents have to fight through it started to recover the 5 minors.
Hundreds of Romanian parents or other countries live aceeiasi drama. For one reason or another, they were taking children from Norwegian authorities.
Bodnariu family would be able to see his children, the greatest, and spend a few minutes together. There are difficult moments for both sides because the trauma of separation brings more often, tears in the eyes of all. His father is still thinking about the reasons why he wanted to live in Norway.
Child Protection Authorities in social survey follows steps triggered in this case, regardless of the actions of the Romanian state, which urged its citizens to be protected and supported to recover five children currently in orphanages.
The children have dual citizenship, Romanian and Norwegian argument to compel authorities to allow Romanian counterpart Olso to take up a minimum of information. But following months of waiting until a verdict, and even that can be attacked.
Cases of Romanians who remained temporarily or permanently without children are not unique. Other hundreds of Czechs, Poles, Lithuanians, Indians, Turks and other nationalities but they were also targeted social surveys.
A report by Russian television did a year ago, presented several cases of families whose children have been taken by the authorities.
One case is that of a boy aged 5 years. Grandma told that nephew was taken from his daughter’s family when he learned that this teacher has helped child to pull a tooth. “They blamed both parents of child maltreatment.”
The child’s parents are Russian citizens and grandmother claims that were in the territory of Norway for a short period of time.
Another case of Tatiana is a Norwegian citizen who divorced three years struggling with child protection. Her little boy age 5 was taken from kindergarten, she says that the authorities would have found that he wanted to travel to Belarus. He is suspected that the woman was no longer intoace boy. Mama says that Norway was explained that children even of foreigners who come to them in the country, do not belong to the parents, but the state.
“When they took my baby had a very good house. I had a job, I had an income. I was considered normal mother”
The child was given to another family and Tatiana has less hope that it will get back. In both cases, the families have asked for help in the home, Russia.
Paul Astahov adviser Russian president for children’s rights: “These services they show their absolute independence. That is independent of anything to the government, to any norms and international principles. All children who are in the territory of Norway, no matter the nationality, citizenship are considered children Norway. ”
Russian authorities efforts have been remarkably successful in some cases. But all this drama shows how rigid and harsh is the child protection system in Norway. Lack of transparency, especially in international cases, raise suspicions. There have been abuses? Or children taken by authorities needed protection even carried to their adoption by another family, Norwegian.
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Merkel ally threatens legal action over refugee policy
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Bavarian state premier and leader of the Christian Social Union (CSU) Horst Seehofer (L) make a statement during the annual CSU Epiphany meeting in the southern Bavarian resort of Wildbad Kreuth near Munich, Germany January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Bavarian state premier and leader of the Christian Social Union (CSU) Horst Seehofer (L) make a statement during the annual CSU Epiphany meeting in the southern Bavarian resort of Wildbad Kreuth near Munich, Germany January 6, 2016.
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By Michael Nienaber
BERLIN (Reuters) – A prominent ally of Germany’s Angela Merkel has threatened to take her government to court over its open door refugee policy as political pressure grows for the chancellor to reduce the number of new arrivals.
Bavarian state premier Horst Seehofer said he would send the federal government a written request within the next two weeks to restore “orderly conditions” at the nation’s borders, through which one million migrants and refugees passed last year alone.
“If it doesn’t follow, the state government will have no other choice but to file a suit at the Federal Constitutional Court,” Seehofer told Der Spiegel magazine on Saturday.
Seehofer has issued a series of ultimatums to Merkel in recent months to press her into taking immediate action to limit the influx of migrants, only to back down at the last minute.
His comments reflect growing doubt among Germans about Merkel’s “we can do this” mantra in the face of Europe’s biggest migrant crisis since World War Two, especially since sexual assaults in Cologne on New Year’s Eve were blamed on migrants.
Merkel’s popularity has dropped since the assaults, a poll showed on Friday.
Bavaria, a conservative state that borders Austria to the south, is the home of Seehofer’s Christian Social Union (CSU), sister party to Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU), and is the main entry point for migrants and refugees.
The state’s finance minister, Markus Soeder, told Der Spiegel that Merkel’s refugee policy was not democratically legitimized and said parliament should vote on the matter.
Senior figures from the Social Democrats (SPD), Merkel’s second coalition partner, have also broken ranks in recent days.
SPD leader Sigmar Gabriel joined the critical voices on Saturday. “We have to get from a chaotic to an orderly immigration,” he told several regional newspapers.
Border checks needed to be improved and refugee quotas introduced to control how many people come to Germany, he said.
Germany could take in more than the 200,000 refugees proposed by Seehofer as a cap for this year, but the quota should be significantly below last year’s number, he said.
Merkel has vowed to “measurably reduce” arrivals this year, but has refused to introduce a cap, saying it would be impossible to enforce without closing German borders.
Instead, she has tried to convince European partners to take on quotas of refugees, pushed for reception centers to be built on Europe’s external borders, and led an EU campaign to convince Turkey to keep refugees from entering the bloc. But progress has been slow.
“If the measures have no impact in the spring, we’re moving towards numbers that become difficult,” Gabriel said.
Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble defended Merkel and said the problem had to be solved at Europe’s external borders. But he added: “The time to accomplish this is limited” and “things are moving too slowly in Europe.”
Schaeuble also proposed a special tax on gasoline in EU states to finance refugee-related costs such as strengthening external borders.
(Reporting by Michael Nienaber; Editing by Helen Popper and Mark Potter)
Life is so beautiful without ISIS! : Migrants stone transgender women in German city | Pamela Geller
This best illustrates the hypocrisy of the left. They will sacrifice their own to impose their agenda — transgenders, women are on their own. The Muslim invasion is the priority of the left.
Many women, gays, transgender don’t dare leave the house now for fear of attack. (Bild)
“North African men suspected of stoning transgender women in German city,” By Benjamin Weinthal, J Post, January 16, 2016 (thanks to Tracy):
Three young men from North Africa sought to stone two transgender women in the western German city of Dortmund on Sunday.
According to a report on Friday on television station SAT1.NRW, the men attacked Yasmine und Elisa, two transgender women, near the city’s main train station.
“Within seconds we were tossed around…and they took stones from a gravel bed on the corner and threw them at us,” said Elisa.
A police car at the train station appeared as the stoning attack unfolded and arrested the men.
The German media as a general rule do not disclose the last names of victims to protect their privacy. The three men are between 16 and 18 years-old and are known to the authorities because of theft and assault arrests.
The Dortmund police official Kim-Ben Freigang said the suspects told the police that “such persons must be stoned.“ German media reported that one suspect said “You whores must be stoned.” Yasmine installed a security camera at her residence where she lives with Elisa after the attacks. “That was barbaric what they did. They are barbarians,” Yasmine said.
She added that she could not believe that such an act of shamelessness occurred. “In 2016, in Germany with stoning!” According to the SATI.NRW report, Yasmine said it was the first time in 30 years she felt unsafe as a transgender woman.
The three men, according to Yasmine and Elisa, propositioned them. After the men realized that Yasmine and Elisa are transgender women, the men launched their assault with stones.
Stoning people to death is a penalty used in Muslim-majority countries.
In November, a criminal court in Iran’s northern province of Gilan sentenced a woman to be executed by stoning for alleged complicity in the murder of her husband Arash Babaieepour Tabrizinejad.
The stoning penalty of the woman, who was only identified by the initials “A.Kh,” was first reported on the Persian-language Iranian website LAHIG.
According to the LAHIG report, the court imposed the stoning penalty on the woman along with lashings and a 25-year prison sentence. The criminal court in the city of Rasht in Gilan issued the sentence.
Lethal homophobia is widespread in the Arab world and Iran. A 2008 British Wikileaks dispatch noted that the Islamic Republic of Iran executed “between 4,000 and 6,000 gays and lesbians” since the Islamic revolution in 1979.
The Islamic State in Syria and Iraq has murdered dozens of gays by tossing the men off buildings. Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Yemen and Qatar, to name just some of the most anti-gay countries, persecute LGBTs with the death penalty and imprisonment.
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