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From Womb To N.I.C.U

I came back to my ward and laid on the bed, closed my eyes and took a very deep breath, tears started to roll down in hush and pictures of my son flashed back my mind again and again, asking myself, “what have I done to my baby?”

Special Needs: The Other Taboo

Children who have disabilities should not be humiliated, rejected, or discriminated against, based upon their disability. Instead, their family and community should assist them with their special needs and with what will help them become functionaries in society.

Corrupter of Faith

The Jinn of Aladdin is a dangerous baby sitter for your child because Aladdin and magic lamp appears to be an "Islamic" story. Every time the "Muslim" Aladdin needs help, instead of approaching AllahAllah Subhanahu-wa-Taala, he rubs the lamp. The story tells that the Jinn is swifter in responding and furnishes all the jobs given to him by his 'Master' Aladdin.