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#16 [Permalink] Posted on 21st March 2015 22:28

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I think parents are the first ones who needs to be educated on how to treat their children, maybe they should take some courses even before they become parents, but also some courses on how to treat your partner and this should even be obligatory for them.

But I've heard that there are even parents who are abused when they are old, even physically. I don't know how often it happens or where.. but I've just heard some stories like this.

May Allah guide our ummah. Ameen.
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#17 [Permalink] Posted on 21st March 2015 22:30
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Two convicts executed in Kuwait for Child rape



Manama: Two convicted rapists and killers were put to death on Tuesday in a Kuwaiti prison in Salibiya.

Hajjaj Al Sa’adi, known in the local media as the “Hawalli Beast” for allegedly raping 18 children, and Ahmad Abdul Salam, both Egyptians, were executed in the Central Prison at around 8am in the presence of the public prosecutor and other legal officials, local websites reported.

A call by an international human rights watchdog to “cancel the executions immediately” went unanswered.

The Beast was reportedly arrested in 2007 as he was about to board a plane for Egypt. Courts in 10 separate cases condemned him to death and to life in prison in three other cases.

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The sentences were upheld by the court of appeals and the court of cassation.

Kuwaiti authorities said that the rapes by the Beast started in early 2006 and that the victims were young boys and girls aged less than 10.

He targeted them mostly in the afternoon and used his physical force to overwhelm them, they said.

Three other men on death row were also scheduled to be put to death, but their case was postponed after the victims’ families have reportedly forgiven them.

On April 1, A Pakistani, a Saudi and a stateless man were hanged as Kuwait carried out its first execution since May 2007 when a drug trafficker was put to death. According to the local media, 46 convicts are on death row

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#18 [Permalink] Posted on 14th February 2017 11:11
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Very good initiative by U.A.E

M.O.I Child Protection center


MOI Child Protection Centre has been established in UAE to undertake the role of developing, implementing and customizing the initiatives, processes aiming at providing safety, security and protection for all children living at UAE or even those coming as visitors.

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#19 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2017 07:27
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Man who raped and killed eight-year-old boy Obaida to be executed



Dubai: The Jordanian man who kidnapped, raped and killed an eight-year-old boy in May last year will be executed after he lost his last appeal before Dubai's highest court on Monday.
Dubai’s Cassation Court overruled the appeal lodged by the Jordanian convict, Nidal Eisa Abdullah, and upheld the death sentence against him.
Presiding judge Abdul Aziz Abdullah Al Zarouni and his four deputy judges unanimously confirmed the capital punishment against Abdullah who was convicted of kidnapping and raping the 8-year-old Jordanian boy Obaida Sedqi before killing him on May 20, 2016.

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#20 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2017 10:24
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can anyone shed light on why some 'islamic' governments/groups/individuals punish and even execute victims of rape? what 'logic' or reason are they using to justify this?
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#21 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2017 10:36
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It depends on the situation in certain countries. For example, was he/she with a non mahrem, were they in decent clothing/hijab etc... could the person have provoked the attack etc. Allahu Alum, but from the times I have heard of it, this has mpstly been the reason. Plus the issue of bringing forth the witnesses, this can prove to be difficult at times and therefore could be considered as adultery.
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#22 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2017 11:26
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W-Salam

In Malaysia "Khalwa" i.e. a Ghair-Mehram being alone with another is a crime.

I was bumped from first class to 2nd because there was a woman in my Cabin.

Khalwa is against the Sunnah and a gateway to more sinister matters.

Pakistan has no rules or laws so whoever is poor will get punished and local villages even rule "Gang Rape" as reprisals.

Saudi Arabia has the law that foreigner is at fault no matter what.

UAE does nothing until it becomes a Media story and reflects badly on Tourism and they will do whatever it takes to make sure Tourism is not affected. If the world goes against Child Abuse they will be against it and since the world is now Pro-Homosexuality they turn a blind eye.

So to your question...

Which Muslim country and what laws? They generally have nothing called Laws....Its Jungle Rule
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#23 [Permalink] Posted on 9th February 2018 18:14
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Few years back a lady came to me for consultation. she had some issues which needed physical examination.

While i was examining, she began to cry.. i asked her if something was wrong.. said doctor the way you just examined and the way some other doctor examined before is totally different..

Asked her whats different about that.. said few months back she had visited our Hospital and was made to rest in the observation room. The doctor whom she consulted with came in unannounced with the curtains closed behind, And began molesting her. said she froze and couldn't even speak. i asked her why she did not complain then.. said she was too afraid since she was new to the place and had just joined work.

I told her she had every right to file a complain.. so she wrote a lengthy account in Arabic detailing the incident.

The staff nurse attending her rushed in saying doctor this issue has been going on since a long time with the same doctor and needs to be reported immediately.

She called the faculty Incharge and handed over the letter. An investigation committee was formed, they questioned him relating to the incident. since no evidence was found he could get away free.

But after that Alhamdulillah, he got the message that things will be reported hereafter and there was no incident till now.

My advice to sisters - As far as possible make it a priority to consult a female doctor. If none is available, then only let yourself be examined in the presence of a staff nurse. always better to be safe than sorry.

wa Assalam..
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#24 [Permalink] Posted on 9th February 2018 21:51
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My advice to sisters - As far as possible make it a priority to consult a female doctor. If none is available, then only let yourself be examined in the presence of a staff nurse. always better to be safe than sorry.

Here in the UK, we can request a chaperone.

It is highly recommended, in fact it should be a must, even for standard checks. This will InshaAllah give other sisters the courage to go for checkups. Even if it's for a basic runny nose. Many sisters refrain from visiting the doctor if they are male, requesting a chaperone will help you feel relaxed.

Chaperone is a person who acts as a witness for a patient and a medical practitioner during a medical examination or procedure.
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#25 [Permalink] Posted on 10th February 2018 09:29
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Not just for checks.. even during random consultations with a male doctor, Plz do request for a staff nurse ( or chaperone wherever applicable) to be present at all times..

It shall also keep the doctor safe if in case of any false allegations.. Since it is a rule here that a female staff nurse be always present at all levels of care.. so both Doctor and Patient are safe.
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#26 [Permalink] Posted on 21st October 2019 09:13
Smart mobile app helps 20,000 report child abuse


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More than 20,000 residents have used the child protection smart mobile app Hemayati to report cases of child abuse in the UAE, seek consultation and enquire about related services, since January 2018.

The app Hemayati, which means 'protect me' in English, allows children to send alerts to their parents when they are in danger. It also helps parents track their children's movements.

On the sidelines of the presentation of the third comprehensive human rights report at the United Nations, the UAE Ministry of Interior (MoI) said that at least 20,750 people have used their Hemayati application since the beginning of last year.

These included cases of suspected child abuse, people seeking consultation about child protection and enquiring about the services provided by the Child Protection Centre.

The mobile app, which is available on Apple Store and Google Play, was designed by the MoI to help families provide protection for children.

"It enables users to report child abuse cases and the identity of the victims is kept confidential," said an officer from the ministry.

"The ministry launched the toll-free (116111) hotline in 2015 to receive reports of child abuse or suspected child abuse and ensure children's safety and protection."

The hotline is part of an integrated system designed to facilitate reporting of child abuse cases by phone or via the Hemayati smart phone app.

According to officials, the app provides its users with an overview of laws and legislations related to child protection, and can be used by all segments of society, including parents, teachers, doctors and children themselves.

Authorities said their specialised team handles the reports of child abuse and provides quick advice and support to the affected. It takes the necessary action in all cases and refers most cases to the police. Cases that require investigation and social and psychological support are referred to the Social Support Centers.

"The hotline is the first communication channel to allow community members to report suspected cases of child abuse or neglect, in order to provide safety, security and protection to all children in the UAE," said MoI officials. "Community members should communicate with the police to report any suspected child abuse incident, because this constitutes a legal obligation."

Reports may also be made via the ministry's Child Protection Centre's website.
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