This kind of “grooming” is likely far more common in Muslim households in Britain than Mrs Justice Parker (and Theresa May) realizes or would like to admit. But British authorities can’t take all the children into foster care, or even most or many of them, can they?
“‘RELIGIOUS WARRIORS’ Two Muslim boys removed from father’s care after High Court rules they were being groomed to be ‘religious warriors,’” by Neal Baker, The Sun, March 8, 2018 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
TWO Muslim brothers have been taken into care after their father groomed them as “religious warriors”.
Social workers found the boys, aged between 11 and the mid-teens, lived in a “radicalised Islamic household”.
They were “at potential risk of dangerous activities” because of the parenting of their father born in Uganda, the High Court heard.
Photographs seen by the Family Division judge Mrs Justice Parker showed the boys in Islamic “fighter” poses” wielding swords.
The family, including a girl in her mid-teens, were stopped at a ferry port in Harwich, Essex three years ago amid police fears they were bound for ISIS-held Syria….