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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - jenny lantz
A small change in Sweden's schooling law is about to make a big difference for Swedish home-schooling families, potentially causing them to flee to other countries or bring cases to international courts to protect religious and parental rights in the socialist country.
"It is a totally different kind of education, and even if we could send our kids to the absolutely best school in the world, we wouldn't do it," she said.
"We didn't want him to lose the wonderful freedom in learning that he had, and the 'hunger to learn' -- a common Swedish saying," said Mrs. Lantz. "At that time, our second son was about three years old and we saw the same wonderful love of learning within him and we felt strongly that this was something we wanted to preserve and nurture."