There have been two cases. One of which the Gypsie/Roma was the biological parent. However, the other case there WAS an abduction. The reason why the second case has gotten so much coverage was that after the first case came to light, the Irish police pounced on a case that looked very similar, it was in the heat of the moment, but given the backdrop, it's absolutely understandable. Also, I do find it slightly hilarious that a man who lives in a country which illegally occupies millions of people under conditions that South African freedom fighters has described worse than Apartheid, still feels the need to lecture Europe on democracy and minority rights. Europe isn't ideal, but even Marine le Pen admitted that what you can say on a regular basis in Israel she would never be allowed to say.
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from the article: The blood libel that reawakened racism in Europe