Children with tunisian fathers

Discussion in 'Tunisian Love & Relationships' started by Hanane, Jun 10, 2015.

  1. Babydoll13

    Babydoll13 New Member

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    There a lot of films about this kind of thing about Islam laws and how the mother has the right cause in Islam the father has all the say but this is just films so I don't know but I would get a lot of advice just so you know your rights X
     
  2. Liona

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    Liona Well-Known Member

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    It has always been confused me: on the one hand it's considered tunisians ( like in most arabic countries) madly love children, on another hand we see how easy they deny to take care about the children in fact, especially when these children are from non-arabic woman. But they never lose the opportunity to use the children as an weapon against the woman. But it does not prove their great "love".
    Such stories often happen in arabic countries.
     
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  5. akhenaten

    akhenaten Well-Known Member

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    Well, i think this guy is first of all a criminal...
    Tunisians are very attached to their children that's true, but they are not tolerant.
    They idea of their children growing with a different culture and mentality scares them. it's one of the reasons they totally abandon or kidnap the kids.

    Want my opinion ? but dont get shocked..

    Never marry this people, you are putting your kids in danger.
     
  6. juicyfruit

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    :eek::eek:
     
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    Mango Chutney Well-Known Member

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    An update on how much Tunisia has NOT progressed at all on rights for mothers of children with Tunisian fathers! Makes me so angry! The father is not even with the kids, he is in jail in Germany :Evil:


    German woman blocked from retrieving abducted daughters in Tunisia
    Despite securing sole custody of her children, Tunisian authorities prevented a woman and her daughters from leaving for Germany. The two girls had been held by their father's family in Tunisia for almost three years.




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    Katharina Schmidt, the mother of the two girls, said she and her family members were detained after trying to leave Tunisia

    A German woman was blocked from leaving Tunisia on Sunday after she attempted to bring her daughters back to Germany after they'd been abducted and held by their father's family in Tunisia.

    The German Embassy in Tunis is currently in contact with local authorities about the case, the German Foreign Ministry said.

    Family detained at airport:

    • The family was detained at the Tunis-Carthage Airport as they attempted to travel to Germany.
    • Besides the mother and her two daughters, the woman's sister, her brother-in-law, and a family friend were also detained.
    • German and Tunisian courts granted the woman sole custody of her daughters. She also secured an exit permit for the girls in February, but Tunisian authorities reportedly did not acknowledge the document.
    • The Tunisian Foreign Office and the German embassy are in contact over the case.
    • The children, aged 9 and 11, had been held by their father's relatives in the city of Kasserine for over two years.
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    Schmidt, who lives in the northern city of Hanover, managed to secure sole custody of her children in both Tunisia and Germany

    Passports confiscated

    The mother of the two girls, Katharina Schmidt, said that authorities wouldn't let the family's lawyer or embassy workers meet with the detained group.

    "We're completely exhausted and are afraid of what will happen now," the mother told public broadcaster NDR.

    Authorities at the airport confiscated the family's passports and later took them to a police station, Schmidt's sister Maria Szur told news agency dpa.

    Read more: Migration, security top agenda on Merkel's visit to Tunisia

    Father jailed for kidnapping: The girls' father, identified as Kais B., has been in jail for the past two years in Germany on child abduction charges. After his marriage to Schmidt ended, he took the girls to Tunisia to live with his relatives. Both Kais B. and his relatives have refused to allow the girls to return to Germany, despite losing custody of them.

    International child abduction: Several hundred children are the victims of international child abduction every year, according to figures from the German Foreign Ministry. In 2016, there were 454 cases where children were either abducted from Germany or brought into the country without the consent of one of the parents.

    http://www.dw.com/en/german-woman-blocked-from-retrieving-abducted-daughters-in-tunisia/a-43862532
     
  8. Heidi

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    Stand: 19.04.2018 15:57 Uhr - Reading time: approx. 2 min.
    Daughters in Tunisia: Further imprisonment for father

    For two years, a father has been imprisoned in Hanover because he has his two daughters held in Tunisia - against the mother's will. On Thursday, the Hanover district court sentenced him again to eleven months imprisonment for child abduction. This offense is a so-called permanent offense: the 40-year-old can be re-sentenced for each defendant period of child abduction until he or she leaves the children or comes of age.
    Judge: Father has return of children in hand

    The mother has sole custody, both in Germany and in Tunisia. Nevertheless, the nine and eleven-year-old girls, born and raised in Hanover, have lived with relatives of their father since 2015 in the Tunisian mountain village of Kasserine. In January, he had said in a mediation conversation, he would make sure that the children return to Germany. But he obviously does not want to live up to this promise, he does not let the children go. Apparently, he acts in revenge on his ex-wife, who had separated from him after 14 years. "It's just that it's up to you to say that the kids are not here," said Judge Monika Pinski on Thursday. If the man does not give in, every year he will meet again in the courtroom. She also indicated that she could possibly impose a longer prison term on the next date, should the children still be held.

    https://www.ndr.de/nachrichten/nied...eitere-Haftstrafe-fuer-Vater,tunesien264.html
     
  9. Liona

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    As I understand this information includes just German children cases. If we'd add the children from another countries it would be much more. Tunisia is known for abduction of children from foreign mothers. Don't know why do they practise such criminal. I am angry because the European countries could do nothing with this, don't want to protect their citizens. Where are the sanctions??
     
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    Agree with you Liona, the only way to bring about change is in the pocket. Reduce trade and imports and reduce aid.
     
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    "The so-called "abduction" of a child by its muslim father in a muslim country is, under the laws of these countries, not an "abduction", but the legal exercise of the paternal rights.:Cry:Tunisia has not signed the "Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction".
    The bottom line is that a father can refuse his child at any time (until it is of legal age) to leave Tunisia" :(.....
    read more on http://www.tunisia-love.com/child-in-tunisia.htm.

    I thought I read that Trump has already cut aid to this country. But all they seem to do is raise prices on its people. They are a law unto themselves...:(
     
  12. Amira

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    Agree if you do not understand his or she culture or do not understand the Language it is easy to be tricked . It is easy to have a fake smile up to you but you never know what is going on behind Your back .
     
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