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    Quote Originally Posted by woohoo View Post
    Yep but Muslims tend to not be forgiving of other religions. I base that on their religion being a ****ed up version of some stone age controlling fairy tale that serves the sole purpose of controlling people.
    Actually some of them don't give a feck - just don't eat bacon or sausages though....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    The Indie quotes The Times.

    The Times probably got the report of Reuters, the PA etc.
    Nope. The story was broken by Andrew Norfolk. The same journalist who uncovered the Rotherham abuse and cover up.

    The issue is why was a WASP child placed with a culturally different family, when it would seem that there are sufficient carers of her own culture? Where possible, kids are to be placed with carers of their own culture. Why was it not possible in this case? The council so far refuses to give an answer.

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    Anne Longfield, the children’s commissioner for England, said that her office would contact the director of children’s services at Tower Hamlets to establish more about the facts of the case.

    “I am concerned at these reports. A child’s religious, racial and cultural background should be taken into consideration when they are placed with foster carers,” she said.

    Local authorities in England making a foster placement are required to give due consideration to the child’s “religious persuasion, racial origin and cultural and linguistic background”.

    Robert Halfon, chairman of the Commons education committee, said the situation was “incredibly concerning” and that it was vital to establish whether the case was a one-off.

    “I’d be equally concerned if a Muslim child who didn’t speak English was placed with a Christian foster carer whose family didn’t speak the child’s language and at times appeared to show little respect for his cultural heritage,” he said.
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    Nice, typical apologetic stances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreenBastard View Post
    Nice, typical apologetic stances.
    So why don't you foster children rather than just complain about others that do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    So why don't you foster children rather than just complain about others that do?
    Are you thick? Honestly, is that your argument?

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    The Daily Mail and how they originally reported the story, picture on left and picture on right shows how they followed it up. Spot the difference?

    Brexit is having a wee in the middle of the room at a house party because nobody is talking to you, and then complaining about the smell.

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    don't have much of a problem with most of this story

    worked with a Muslim guy recently and he and his wife would foster kids from different backgrounds, when speaking to him bout it he was happy to accept any kids into his house, the only stipulation he had was that the kids would eat the same food his family ate which I thought was fair enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by filthy1980 View Post
    the only stipulation he had was that the kids would eat the same food his family ate which I thought was fair enough
    Did these kids get to eat anything in the day during Ramadan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by filthy1980 View Post
    don't have much of a problem with most of this story

    worked with a Muslim guy recently and he and his wife would foster kids from different backgrounds, when speaking to him bout it he was happy to accept any kids into his house, the only stipulation he had was that the kids would eat the same food his family ate which I thought was fair enough
    So basically they had to eat meals that are controlled by his religion. How is that not part of indoctrinating a child into their religion.

    What else could they not do that was incompatible with their religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OwlHoot View Post
    Did these kids get to eat anything in the day during Ramadan?
    Kids who haven't reached puberty aren't suppose to fast.
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