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Occasionally, "truth in advertising" is more than just a pipe dream - there really are plenty of fish in the sea.The mother of a five-year-old English-speaking girl who was reportedly distressed at being placed in a foster home with a Muslim couple was born into the Islamic faith, court documents have revealed.The child, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was looked after by two different Muslim households in the last six months after being placed into foster care in Tower Hamlets, east London.She has now been sent to live with her grandmother.A court order from judge Khatun Sapnara states the girl's maternal grandparents are "of a Muslim background but are non practising." "The child's mother says they are of Christian heritage," the order continues.