A COUPLE who named their son Adolf Hitler and daughter Aryan Nation have been banned from bringing up their kids in their Swastika-decorated home. Five-year-old Adolf and his sisters Aryan and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie, both three, have been in foster care since being removed from parents Heath and Deborah Campbell in January 2009. The parents were yesterday cleared of child abuse but an appeals court ruled against them getting their kids back from foster carers. Advertisement >> The Campbells insist they are not racist or neo-Nazis despite the swastikas around their house. They reportedly staged a protest, saying that the state has no right to keep their children away from them. The parents hope to convince a judge in early December that the kids should come home. The family, who live in New Jersey, US, first made headlines when a shop refused to write “Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler” on a birthday cake for their blond-haired son. The cake shop reported the couple to the authorities. Read more:

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