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A new case of ' végéphobie' in France, where the law and the institutions are openly saying that a vegan diet is dangerous for a kid and took a child away from the parents because of their veganism. The little boy is now 2 months without his parents 

Here is the french support page and the personal blog in French

And for those who ignore it here is the demand of the French vegetarians to have the right to feed their children vegetarian in schools

One have to know that in France when kids are leaving school with an empty stomach because of the religion (muslims kids who don't eat pork for instance) there is no problem for the officials in charge of public health BUT if the same kid is leaving with an empty stomach because he is vegetarian they see it as a problem.

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