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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Best interests of the child?

This is way off my usual fare, but can anyone really argue that being raised by 'Adam and Steve' is in the 'best interests of the child,' which is the standard claimed by the Israeli courts? (In the paper edition, there's a picture of 'Adam and Steve' and the little boy with his face made fuzzy so that he cannot be recognized).


At 6:24 AM, Blogger M. Simon said...

If the alternative is no parents. Yes.

At 8:38 AM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...

M. Simon,

The alternative is presumably being adopted by a normal nuclear family in which there is a mother and a father. There is no shortage of Israelis looking to adopt from the FSU.

At 4:01 PM, Blogger M. Simon said...

In that case I'd have to say this is a mistake.

BTW did you note the gay "Palestinian" guy who was granted entry to Israel because he feared for his life?

And yet the gay community in the USA (for the most part) hates Israel.


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