- خبر من مصادر إنجليزية.
تشهد "السويد" دعوة واسعة للمسلمين بكفالة أطفال المسلمين اجتماعيًّا، والقيام بدور الأُسر البديلة، وذلك لمنع وضع الأطفال المسلمين لدى الأسر النصرانية؛ حيث أكد السيد "ياسر خان" - رئيس "اتحاد مسلمي السويد للسلام والعدالة" - أنه يتمنى أن يُقْدِم المسلمون على هذه الخطوة والتسجيل كأسر بديلة رعايةً لأطفال المسلمين.
وأكد في تصريحاته أن هذا الأمر يعتبر ضرورة لينشأ الأطفال المسلمون في منزل محاط بالمظاهر الإسلامية والممارسات الحلال.
وقد ظهرت الأزمة بعد تبني الأُسر النصرانية للأطفال المسلمين ممن فقدوا آباءهم ولم يكن لهم أقارب.
وجدير بالذكر أن المسلمين يشكلون ما بين 450 و500 ألف من بين 9 ملايين سويدي، طبقًا لتقرير وزارة الخارجية الأمريكية عام 2011؛ المصدر: شبكة الألوكة.
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Muslim Foster Families Urged in Sweden
Swedish Muslims have been encouraged to register as foster families in the Nordic country, in order to avoid placing young Muslim children with non-Muslim families in custody cases.
“We hope more Muslim families come to the fore and register so when there are cases where Muslim children are forced to be put into the state’s custody, they have a proper place to live,” Yasri Khan, the president of the Federation of Swedish Muslims for Peace and Justice, told Astro Awani on Monday, January 27.
“This is important because these children need to be in a home that is halal compliant,” he added.
The call for handing Muslim children to Muslim foster families was prompted by increasing number of Muslim children who were fostered by non-Muslim families after their parents were held in custody.
The detention has sparked anger among the Muslim community in Sweden and in Malaysia where a campaign was launched to release the couples using the hatshtag #SwedenLetThemGo.
Calls increased after a Malaysian Muslim couple was detained last month without trial for smacking their kid for not praying.
As a result, their four children were handed to non-Muslim Swedish family, sparking angry reactions from the Malaysian government.
The call was echoed by the Federation of Swedish Muslims for Peace and Justice, which is leading an awareness campaign to encourage Muslim couples to register their names as foster families.
It was first made during a seminar organized last Sunday at the Fittya Mosque in Stockholm by the Federation of Swedish Muslims.
Swedish Muslim community has made similar calls to Swedish authorities to recognize more Muslims as potential foster families to accommodate the soaring number of Muslims in Sweden.
Members of the Federations of Swedish Muslims have pointed to the relative shortage in the number of Muslim families compared with the number of children who are victims of custody cases.
“According to the European convention and the child convention that Sweden is a signatory of, this is already Swedish law,” said Khan’s wife, Kawtar Chibli, an officer with the Stockholm Child Protection Services.
“But the state is not doing enough.”
Joining hands with Sweden's Muslim community, the Malaysian Umno Youth mission, which visits Stockholm to oversee the issue of the detained couples, have attended Sunday's seminar to offer support.
Muslims make up between 450,000 and 500,000 of Sweden’s nine million people, according to the US State Department report in 2011.
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