Christian Father in Sweden Removes Daughters From Muslim Foster Home, Flees to Poland

www.thenewamerican.com | 4/3/2019 | Selwyn Duke
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It is said that Swedish authorities can “‘legally’ kidnap your child” and place him in their foster-care system (which already has a problem with child abuse). A Christian, Russian father learned this the hard way recently, after his three daughters were seized and placed in foster care with a Muslim family. Now the man has fled Sweden with his children and is seeking asylum in Poland.

As Breitbart reports, “Denis Lisov’s daughters. [sic] 12-year-old Sofia, six-year-old Serafina, and four-year-old Alisa, were placed into the Swedish foster care system after his wife’s mental state had greatly deteriorated due to schizophrenia, with a court sending them to live with a Lebanese Muslim family in 2017.”

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Yet according to Lisov’s “lawyer, the family was given no opportunities to defend their rights and the girls didn’t want to stay in a foster family,” RT informs. “One of the main problems was that the children came from a Christian family and found it difficult to abide by the rules of the Muslim household.”

In fact, Sputnik described the foster home’s environment as “harsh.”

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As for Lisov, he not only “took exception to the fact that the girls … were placed in a Muslim home, but also that they were taken 186 miles away from where he lived and he was only allowed to see them six hours a week, Polish broadcaster Polsat reports,” Breitbart also tells us.

This prompted Lisov to take his girls and flee to Russia. “On his way, though, he was stopped in Poland, after Sweden reported his children as missing. In Poland, he sought asylum for himself and his daughters,” informs Sputnik.

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The good news is that a “Polish court ruled that Sweden had violated an EU convention that prohibits placing children in culturally alien environments. The Lisovs were also granted the right to stay in Poland...
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