Barnevernet Naustdal a ascuns unul dintre rapoartele specialistilor prin care părinții erau prezentați favorabil vrând cu orice preț să țină copiii departe de părinții lor! Continue reading “Barnevernet Naustdal a ascuns unul dintre rapoartele specialiştilor…!”
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Fiecare casă are IP-ul propriu si numărul denotă câte IP-uri/case au accesat cel puțin o dată saitul nostru. Continue reading “Norvegia și Barnevernet urmăresc articolele despre copiii furați de ei!”
Well, it is clear that Norway will not leave the Bodnariu family alone. The Norwegian government needs to step in and put an end to this harassment because it looks like someone in the prosecutor’s office wants some kind revenge.
Norwegian and Romanian news sites are reporting today that prosecutors in Norway are indicting Marius and Ruth Bodnariu for violence against their children which could potentially lead to prison terms. Continue reading “Norwegian Prosecution Goes after Bodnariu Again”
As expected: Norwegian authorities are extremely concerned about their ‘child protection’ conduct being kept quiet. And this has been imposed on the Bodnariu parents as a condition of the municipality accepting the agreement about the children being returned: Continue reading “The Bodnariu parents have been pressured into silence to the media”
As Romanians, we have passed through many great battles against our own government, battles over state laws that were against the law of God. During our history, the Ottoman Empire wanted our children, just as other empires did. FEATURES
AUTHOR Emanuel Tundrea 12 MAY 2016 11:47 h GMT+1
About 10,000 participate in protest supporting the Bodnariu family in the city of Oradea (Romania), 23rd January 2016. Continue reading “Europe’s secularist agenda, the Bodnariu family and God”
The Norwegian newspaper Firda reports today that the criminal investigation against the Bodnariu parents has concluded and the results have been forwarded to the Norwegian equivalent of the district attorney’s office. The article states that results of the investigation have not been made public, but the parents can still be prosecuted in criminal court if the district attorney wishes to do so, despite the fact that the children have been returned. Continue reading “Norway, Close the Bodnariu Case!”
A reader in Norway writes in: “Hello Pastor John, thank you for all that you have done for the kingdom and for this podcast. I have a question regarding child rearing. You have formerly said that you would go to jail over the issue of spanking. I agree with you that spanking is biblical. But in my home country, Norway, as well as in many other countries, spanking is illegal. The consequences would then not only be that one may have to go to jail, but that the government would take your children. This has now happened in the famous Bodnariu case where a couple in Norway lost their children after spanking them. Continue reading “Pastor John Piper Comments on Norway Law and Bodnariu Case!”
Posted by Philip Kosloski on Tuesday Jun 7th, 2016 at 10:52 AM
Last November a Romanian Christian family living in Norway were accused of spanking their children, resulting in the seizure of their five children by Norwegian Child Protective Services. Some sources close to the family claim the drastic measure was motivated by anti-Christian sentiment and a belief that they were “indoctrinating” their children.
After more than six months of separation, authorities are returning the children back to their parents later this month. Continue reading “After International Pressure, Norway Returns Children to Bodnariu Family”
After international protests were held demanding the return of children who were taken away from their “radical” Christian parents, the Norwegian government last week agreed to let the children go home.
“The Naustdal Municipality of Norway has come to terms with Marius & Ruth Bodnariu for the return home of all of their five (5) children,” the family said in a June 3 press release. Continue reading “Norway caves to international pressure, returns children to Christian family”
There is good news out of Norway for supporters of religious freedom and parental rights: Marius and Ruth Bodnariu will soon be reunited with all their children.
The Bodnariu family became the focus of global activism when Norwegian authorities removed all five children from their home in November 2015, citing the parents’ Christian beliefs and the fact they occasionally spanked their children.
According to an official statement on the Bodnariu family’s website, the Naustdal municipality of Norway has now “come to terms” with Marius and Ruth for the return of their four children who remained in state custody. Continue reading “Victory for Bodnarius: Norway to Return Children”