A very interesting article! In the end, the whole argument comes down to parental rights, if any!
„They (the Bodnariu’s) found, though, that their beliefs about how to raise their children are in conflict with the cultural norms and laws of Norway.
Since November the parents have only been allowed see their baby son twice a week for two hours, as well as the two older boys, Matthew, 5, and John, 2. The agency has refused them any access to their daughters, Eliana, 9, and Naomi, 7.
Why It Matters: Is this a case of religious bias against parents or a misunderstanding based on cultural norms? Maybe both.
which are considered “violence” under Norwegian law. “In Romania it is not considered violence,” Ruth Bodnariu said. “In Norway unfortunately that’s [a] criminal case.”
Christian parents may disagree about the merits of spanking and other forms of physical discipline, but we generally…
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