Muslim Foster Family Story In The Times Sparks Divisive Debate

'The Times' (Twitter)
The Times of London has reported a case of a white Christian girl who was placed, against the wishes of her natural family into Muslim care where her cross necklace was removed, she was forbidden to eat bacon and was expected to learn Arabic. IN


“‘A front page story in The Times has prompted disbelief and outrage directed both at the subject discussed as well as the article itself. It details the case of a ‘white Christian girl’ who was ‘forced to live with a niqab-wearing foster carer in a home where she was allegedly encouraged to learn Arabic’. The five-year-old is alleged to have been forbidden from eating bacon and was also made to remove a necklace of a Christian cross…'”

The Huffington Post
Chris York
28 August 2017