We have previously discussed the violence and discrimination faced by girls and women in some Muslim countries. Nusrat Jahan Rafi, 19, is the latest such victim after she was burned to death. Her offense was reporting a sexual assault by Headmaster Siraj Ud Doula at her Islamic school, or madrassa. Sixteen people are accused of…

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Girl At Islamic School Accused Headmaster of Assault . . . Mob Then Burns Her To Death — JONATHAN TURLEY

We have previously discussed the violence and discrimination faced by girls and women in some Muslim countries. Nusrat Jahan Rafi, 19, is the latest such victim after she was burned to death. Her offense was reporting a sexual assault by Headmaster Siraj Ud Doula at her Islamic school, or madrassa. Sixteen people are accused of…

via Girl At Islamic School Accused Headmaster of Assault . . . Mob Then Burns Her To Death — JONATHAN TURLEY

Girl At Islamic School Accused Headmaster of Assault . . . Mob Then Burns Her To Death — JONATHAN TURLEY

Published on Sunday, May 26, 2019 byFacing South The Secret Money Behind the Push to Ban Abortion An index from the Institute for Southern Studies by Sue Sturgis https://commons.commondreams.org/t/the-secret-money-behind-the-push-to-ban-abortion/63930 Carrie Severino leads the Judicial Crisis Network, a 501(c)(4) secret-money “social welfare” nonprofit that has spent millions of dollars promoting conservative judges and plays a key […]

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Breastfeeding Boosts Metabolites Important For Brain Growth

CHILDREN IN SHADOW ::: CHILDREN IN WAR

Breastfeeding Boosts Metabolites Important For Brain Growth

May 19th, 2019

By Karen Foster

Guest writer for Wake Up World

Preemies who primarily consume breast milk have significantly higher levels of metabolites important for brain growth and development, according to sophisticated imaging conducted by an interdisciplinary research team at Children’s National.

Breast milk is always better than formula because it provides critical nutrients and a diverse array of antioxidant protection as well.

Earlier studies have shown that breast milk lowers the incidence of diarrhea, influenza and respiratory infections during infancy, while protecting against the later development of allergies, type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis and other illnesses….

https://wakeup-world.com/2019/05/19/breastfeeding-boosts-metabolites-important-for-brain-growth/

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