What is Autism?

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#61 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd December 2018 16:47

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Ask any questions which you like, if we know we will inform you.

I am probably and most likely on the Autism specturm, do you think I am normal?

Autism is a spectrum which means that some people are highfunctional and some people are not. But people on the Autism spectrum havedifficulty with emotions and they generally express themselves plainly andwithout mincing their words. For most people it is rude but Autistic brains arevery binary and they see the world as black and white.

For most Non-Autistic people, it is very difficult conceptto understand and they see people on the Autistic spectrum as rude, discourteousetc.

A person on the Autism spectrum can have physical disabilities OR no physical disabilities whatsoever so it depends.

The main difference is in the brain and not physical body.


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#62 [Permalink] Posted on 24th December 2018 05:19
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Quick question:

There are certain developmental disorders, such as Down syndrome, which severely limit a person's mental abilities, among other things. In some cases, a person suffering from such disorders, when they are no longer able to judge right from wrong, become exempt from following the shariah. Can autistic persons also fall in the category of people who are exempt from following the shariah?
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#63 [Permalink] Posted on 24th December 2018 10:29

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Depending upon the severity of the symptoms and personal circumstances, a person can be exempt. It differs on a case by case basis.



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