‘Either Allah Cures Them Or Takes Them Back’

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  1. Rowdy

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    Tabassum, 36, mother

    It’s mid-afternoon and I am almost dead. My 18-year-old son, Sulem, needs to pee, but can’t take off his trousers. As I help him, I look away from his private parts. I have no choice… or else, he’ll soil his trousers and I will have to clean the bed.

    My other son, Suheb (16), also needs me just then. He is hungry, but can’t eat on his own. Thankfully, my mother-in-law is here to help. She feeds him milk mixed with biscuits. He can’t eat solids and is served soft diet, mostly khichdi. His daadi loves him a lot and as he lies in bed, she wipes the drool off his mouth.

    Asim (14) and Kashif (12) meanwhile, have been crawling around naked for the last 15 minutes. I had taken off their clothes to give them a bath when Sulem had called out to pee. My sister-in-law has come over and is looking after my eight year-old son Awan and his twin sister Taiba, both of whom too can’t do anything by themselves.

    Two journalists have suddenly walked in and want to take a photograph of the six children. I need to assemble them on the bed so that they fit into the frame. I lift them like boxes onto the bed. They are quite heavy but I oblige the journalists since the children are excited and happy. Sulem and Suheb are already lying on the bed as they do all day. The children look straight into the camera and can’t stop smiling. I finally get a chance to drink a glass of water.

    This has been my life for 14 years. Not a moment of rest or sound sleep. I spend my nights half-awake, just in case my children need me. They suffer from a brain disease, the name of which I don’t know, and as they grow older, they get disabled. Suheb and Sulem are bed-ridden, Asim and Kashif can’t walk, and Awan and Taiba are headed there.

    I want to die. I have no energy left in me. I am 36 years old and I don’t think I’ll live beyond 40 or 50. The children are getting heavier and I am getting weaker. I lift them, but they slip off my hands and hurt themselves, and then I cry. I have a thyroid problem too. After I die, who will take care of the children?

    My husband has written a letter to powerful people in the country, asking them for mercy killing of the children.

    I am a mother. How can I even say or think that I want my children to die? But I am helpless and endorse my husband’s
    plea. I have given up my life for my kids. I don’t go out anywhere. I have not been to a social function, be it a wedding, death, or birth, in years. I did not even attend my siblings’ weddings.

    I have no grand dreams for my children. All I want is that they lead normal lives like other children — go to school, eat and drink on their own, play, go to work.

    My children are beautiful, they have lovely green-blue eyes. They are also intelligent. They know what’s happening around them. Thankfully, my two other children (eldest son Khubeb, 20, and youngest daughter, Ulfat, 5) are fine.

    My six children were normal when I was pregnant with them. They were fine when they were born too. But they began falling ill when they turned 4 or 5. A doctor in Delhi said our children had this condition because my husband and I are cousins. But I don’t believe her. My brother is married to his cousin but their children are normal.

    Honestly, I don’t expect those powerful people to reply to my husband’s letter.

    But if Allah changes their hearts, they might come to our aid. If they do, I will give them my dua.

    Mohammed Nazir, 42, father

    I work at a halwai shop for Rs 250 a day. In the last 15 years, I have spent Rs 4-5 lakh on the treatment of my six children. Some doctors say they suffer from cerebral palsy, others call it something else. Some say they will live till 18, others say 30. Some say it’s curable, others say it’s not.

    The fact is I don’t have the means to take care of them anymore. Currently, I have enough money to pay for the physiotherapy of only two of my children — Asim and Kashif. Thankfully, the therapist has waived off the fees for Kashif. Sulem and Suheb have become bekaar now, and Awan and Taiba, both 8, are showing signs of the same disease.

    I wrote a letter on May 22 to the District Magistrate of Agra, the President, the Prime Minister and the UP Chief Minister, asking them to either sanction the mercy killing of my children or take responsibility for their treatment.

    Mercy killing is wrong and I don’t want to be pushed into doing something like that. I just want the government to help me. I hope some farishta (angel) puts an end to our predicament. A week ago, some NGO-wale came from Mumbai and said they would take the children away. They asked for their medical reports, and promised to get back.

    I have a supportive family — my parents, siblings, my in-laws are always around the house to help us. But I feel the most for my children’s mother who spends every waking moment of her life taking care of them. We both got married in 1995. Our first son, Khubeb, is fine. He studied till Class VII and works at the shop with me.

    After Khubeb, we wanted a daughter. But she delivered a son,Sulem. The ultrasound showed his head was big and the doctors said the delivery would be difficult. But all went fine. We even put Sulem in a school. Then, one day, his teacher complained that Sulem had been crying all day at school. He was 4 or 5 then. He came back from school, felt giddy and collapsed on the floor.

    We rushed him to hospital where they did an MRI and advised us to take him to AIIMS in Delhi. The doctor in Delhi only spoke in English and that too mostly to her colleagues. She kept asking me who was married to whom in our khaandaan. She finally blamed the problem on the fact that my children’s mother and I are cousins.

    We kept trying for a daughter. But she gave birth only to sons, one after another. They were all born normal, but by the time they turned 4 or 5, they stopped walking, by 8-10, they stopped crawling, and by 15-16, they became bedridden.

    Some years ago, an Agra MLA arranged for treatment at a government hospital. But the doctors were insensitive and the treatment was stopped midway. We have never begged anyone for help.

    I wonder whether Allah has punished us for some sin of ours, or has sent us to earth to serve these six lovely, helpless children.

    Finally, after so many years of trying for a daughter, we have been blessed with Ulfat, who is now 5. I am hoping she doesn’t develop the same disease as my five other children. I am somehow convinced she won’t. I am also hopeful that something will turn around for my children. I sincerely hope that either Allah cures them, or calls them back.

    (Agra DM Panjak Kumar confirmed to The Sunday Express that he had got the letter from Nazir and was “examining it”.)
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  3. gslv

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    I hate this consanguineous marriage tradition. Who would in their right mind marry a feking cousin . sick. Marrying those whom you call your brother and sister creeps the hell outta me. Ewww.
    :facepalm::doh:
     
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    Allah wills it and Mohammed says its halal .... :doh:
     
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    Mohammed says it halal bcoz the result is birth of idiots who don't question.
     
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    As long as muslims keep inbreeding it's good for non muslims... they have too much oil and too little brains... :rofl: A fool and his money are soon parted. :lol:
     
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    They seriously need to learn about the pitfalls of inbreeding...
     
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    The doctors told them after the first few kids.... but Allahtaala >>>Doctors like @gslv ... so when these people go to hospital with their feudal relatives and doctors are not able to cure them, they beat up the doctors and staff. :lol:
    Like stop fucking your sister you moron.
     
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    I thought the beating up part was in the other thread where pregnant women get beaten up for screaming ... Muslims need social reform. The question is who will bell the cat.
     
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    No No this is secular republic. How dare you... fascist modi supporter.
     
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    You want them to get more retarded? The Romans used to marry their sisters to keep their bloodline pure. So this madness exists from long before our moslem brethren.
     
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    As long as my progeny is safe from this idiocy, I don't care. I just posted because they now want our tax money.
    Any way we should all marry interracial to increase gene quality. ;)
     
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    Gene abnormalities can happen even without inbreeding as a causative factor... So every pregnancy carries a risk no matter how designer the genes are... but yes reducing risks will help.
     
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    Agree... it's a gamble but Mixed-race people are more likely to have a good functioning copy of each gene that we inherit from our mother and our father, which means they are more likely to have healthy biological systems to enable them to cope with stress.
     
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    I don't think much can be done. Muslims socities have to reform themselves and give up such regressive practices. For that prominent "liberal" Muslims ahev to voice up against backward social practices. Else, they will continue to be a source of grief for themselves. No Allah is going to come and save them, but themselves.
     
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    definitely a recessive genes expression resulting from In breeding,but do the listen to doctor, no Neem hakim is the only good doctor for them. they have learned their lesson hard way, but they must also warn other about such things. when the word allah was first spoken,people didn't knew about genetics, so did the Muhamad, they should keep good practices of Islam and kick out absolute ones, for such a thing critical introspection is required, but the million dollar question is, can the Muslims do it ?
     
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    DMD or may be Becker's................................................................................
     
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    nah , not becker or DMD , both are x linked recessive which manifest in all kind of marriage , cousin marriage is not required . I think its Limb girdle muscular dystrophy which is a autosomal one. :):)
     
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    We can't be sure until they have any girl :) Of course we can do genetic testing :D

    Only 25% can be diseased in case of AR but here they're having all 6 male children suffering from disease, that's totally unfortunate if it's AR LGMD.

    In either of case, prognosis will be very poor, 20-30 years of survival may be. :(
     

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