Reports of conversion to Christianity
11 APRIL, 16:20
(ANSAmed) – MADRID, APRIL 11 – Susana Ramos held the Moroccan baby she was planning to adopt when he was only six weeks old.
”When I saw him, I just knew I would never be separated from him,” she said. But a year has since gone by, Susana has traveled to the North African country over 25 times, and the infant is still in a Rabat orphanage after Morocco suspended international adoptions in 2012. ”It changed the rules of the game,” said the woman, who was deemed fit to be a single mother and who is suffering the anguish of being far from her little one – as are the other fifty some Spanish families (200 foreign ones overall) who had their adoption processes halted by Moroccan authorities. Until a year ago foreign families could adopt in the country through an easier process than those in other countries. (more…)