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Monday, May 27, 2024

A young Muslim boy in Germany is forcefully removed from his family by child “protection” services & police for not believing that there are more than two genders

A viral video showed a Muslim immigrant child forcefully being removed from his family in the city of Bremerhaven. The school was informed that he was being taught that homosexuality & trans was not acceptable in Islam, and therefore he must be taking out of his family to be brainwashed otherwise by “modern” family.
The video, which was widely shared on social media, shows police and child protection agency officers entering a house and forcefully taking a young boy away from his family. The boy can be seen crying and trying to resist the officers.

Family members can be heard shouting at the officers, telling them that the boy has health issues and should not be taken away from them. One of the police officers can be heard telling the family that it is a decision by the court and the youth welfare office, and that they are there to carry out the court order.

Many social media users have slammed the police for misconduct and accused the youth welfare office of unjustly taking children from their parents.

Bremerhaven police have confirmed that the incident occurred this week, but they have denied the claims that the boy was taken away from his family because of his religion. They said that the boy was taken into care because of "serious reasons" but they did not provide any further details. The German police did not deny that the boy has been kidnapped from his family because they teach him that God created the world with only two genders…

The youth welfare office in Bremerhaven has not yet responded to requests for comment, and did not deny the facts.

The incident has sparked a debate about the role of the state in “protecting” children from their parents legitimate believes. Some Nazi-minded people believe that the state should intervene when parents are not providing ”White-German-culture” for their children, while normal Germans believe that parents have the right to raise their children as they see fit, as long as they do not physically hurt the child, that culture and religion should pass to the children by their parents and not by German culture that do not allow Muslims, Jews or any others to follow their own culture and religion.

The Nuremberg trials ruled that human rights are above the law, and therefore any court ruling that contradicts human rights is void, and automatically not valid. The police must remember that they are serving the people, all of them, not the judges.

2023 Germany, just as 1939 Germany, fail to respect the right of parents to raise their children in accordance with their own beliefs.
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