Norway accused of taking away immigrant children

Country faces accusations of cultural insensitivity and/or child theft as increasing numbers of immigrant children are being handed over to Norwegian foster families

Feridun Mustafaoglu, shown in May with pictures of two of his children, helped his wife and their two youngest children flee to Turkey after a tipoff that Norwegian child protection services were about to take custody of the children. “Having a child in Norway is like being in a scary movie,” his wife, Sedef, said.
Feridun Mustafaoglu, shown in May with pictures of two of his children, helped his wife and their two youngest children flee to Turkey after a tipoff that Norwegian child protection services were about to take custody of the children. “Having a child in Norway is like being in a scary movie,” his wife, Sedef, said.  (DAVID KEYTON / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)  

BABY CASPIAN KIDNAPPED IN NORWAY…UPDATE #5

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The judge has decided: Caspian is NOT coming home to Nadia!

Within the past few hours, Nadia has received a verdict by e-mail and Margaret Hennum has talked to Nadia’s lawyer by phone.

The judge has ruled against Nadia and Caspian.

The Wings of the Wind has been told by a good source that there was only one thing the judge considered in this hearing. Continue reading “BABY CASPIAN KIDNAPPED IN NORWAY…UPDATE #5”

BABY CASPIAN KIDNAPPED IN NORWAY…UPDATE #4

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Nadia’s lawyer thought that a decision would be made in his client’s case today. He and Nadia waited for a phone call or a text message.

None came.

Nadia received a text message from her lawyer at approximately 4:50 pm this afternoon. It read:

“I have not heard anything and they are closed. This means that they will not decide until Monday.” Continue reading “BABY CASPIAN KIDNAPPED IN NORWAY…UPDATE #4”

BABY CASPIAN KIDNAPPED IN NORWAY…UPDATE #3

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It is 7:00 am Norway time, Friday, June 24th. According to a source that is very close to this case, today will be an important day in the life of Baby Caspian. A decision will be made that will affect his future.

This publication has learned that a hearing was held yesterday at the offices of the County Council for Child Welfare and Social Affairs (Fylkesnemnda). The Wings of the Wind is unsure of the particular office (1 of 12 in the country) where this hearing was held. Continue reading “BABY CASPIAN KIDNAPPED IN NORWAY…UPDATE #3”

BABY CASPIAN KIDNAPPED IN NORWAY…UPDATE #2

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The account of this little Norwegian boy continues to spread worldwide. Caspian’s mother Nadia is focused on the welfare of her son and is very concerned about several things. Nadia has had very little visitation with Caspian. She fears that her own son will not recognize her the next time he sees her. This happened the last time there was visitation, now days ago, before Caspian had been moved as far away as Bergen. The Wings of the Wind has not been able to verify this but it is thought that Norway’s CPS has moved the child there because Nadia has an address listed there. Continue reading “BABY CASPIAN KIDNAPPED IN NORWAY…UPDATE #2”

Cruz-Avramescu Case: Child Protection Outrage in Norway

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A bizarre situation illustrating the outrage against the Norwegian CPS has developed in Norway with a Norwegian-Romanian family.

In March 2014, the two boys (5 and 6 years old) of deaf parents Roberto Cruz and Andreea Avramescu were confiscated by Barnevernet after allegations of spanking at home. Spanking or corporal discipline is not considered child abuse throughout the world at large, but in Norway it is illegal. Continue reading “Cruz-Avramescu Case: Child Protection Outrage in Norway”

After International Pressure, Norway Returns Children to Bodnariu Family

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”