Who is the Biblical person Elijah's parents?
I just did a search on www.Biblegateway.com, and I'm pretty sure the Bible doesn't really say.
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If that person is a minor, then yes, it would be illegal to interfere with him contacting his parents. If the person is an adult and his parents are not for some reason his legal guardians, then no, it would not be illegal. If that person's parents are that person's lawyers, and the person is facing criminal charges or is being questioned and her has requested the presence of his attorney, then that too would…
They didn't use last names in many ancient cultures, and their way of more specifically identifying a person was by telling what city he or she was from. There are even people today in some cultures who still do that. When last names became more common, they often were based on the name of one's parents or the city the person was from, or their occupation, such as Silversmith, Johnson, etc.
I don't know who "King Samson" is. There's no such person in the Bible. The Biblical Samson was a Judge, not a King; the first King was Saul, a century or so later. Do you perhaps mean King Solomon? If so, very different person. [Edit: There's apparently a rapper or something named "King Solomon". If that's what you mean, obviously not the same person.]