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Thursday, June 9, 2016

إلهي .. قد وجدتك رحيمًا فكيف لا أرجوك

Man seeks euthanasia to end his sexuality struggle


  • 39 minutes ago
  • From the section Europe

Image caption Sébastien has undergone 17 years of therapy

A gay man in Belgium is trying to end his life because he cannot accept his sexuality. He told the Victoria Derbyshire programme he wanted to be granted euthanasia on the grounds of extreme psychological suffering.
Sébastien has thought carefully about the moment he hopes his life will come to an end.
"The moment when they put the drip in my arm - I'm not worried about that," the 39-year-old explains. "For me, it's just a kind of anaesthesia."
Sébastien, whose name we have changed to protect his identity, is from Belgium - where euthanasia has been legal since 2002.
There were 1,807 confirmed cases of euthanasia in 2013, the most recent year for which figures are available.
The majority of cases are elderly people suffering from terminal illnesses including cancer - only 4% were suffering from psychiatric disorders.

Euthanasia in Belgium
For physical illness two doctors must agree a patient can be euthanised
Psychiatric cases require three doctors to agree
Patients requesting euthanasia must be legally competent and conscious
They must also be making a voluntary request
And they must be suffering incurable, constant and unbearable physical or mental suffering

Sébastien has undergone 17 years of therapy, counselling and medication and believes he has no other option.
He claims to be attracted to young men and adolescent boys and is scarred from a difficult childhood; his mother was ill and there was a strict Catholic ethos.
"My whole life has led me to this, really," he says. "My mother had dementia, so I wasn't right, mentally.
"All that was instilled in me, so I was extremely lonely, extremely withdrawn, very inhibited physically - scared to go out, scared of being seen, all the time scared, hugely shy.
"And growing up, I met a boy and I fell crazy in love. We were both 15. And it was just unbearable for me, you know? I didn't want to be gay."

'Permanent suffering'

For Sébastien, or anyone else in Belgium who seeks euthanasia as an option, it is not as simple as asking a doctor and being granted a lethal injection.
The law states that patients must demonstrate "constant and unbearable physical or mental suffering".
In psychological cases, three doctors must agree that euthanasia is the right option.
Nevertheless, Sébastien remains determined to pursue it.
"I have always thought about death. Looking back on my earliest memories, it's always been in my thoughts. It's a permanent suffering, like being a prisoner in my own body," he says.
"A constant sense of shame, feeling tired, being attracted to people you shouldn't be attracted to - as though everything were the opposite of what I would have wanted."
There is widespread public support for the euthanasia law in Belgium and the number of approved cases has risen year by year since it came into effect in 2002.
Caroline Depuydt

In 2014, the law was amended to allow euthanasia for terminally-ill children.
But there is debate among the medical profession about whether it should be an option for people who are mentally ill.
Psychiatrist Caroline Depuydt, who works at the Clinique Fond'roy psychiatric hospital in Brussels, prefers to encourage patients to seek further treatment.
"We always have something that could work. Time, medication, psychotherapy - something that we must try and keep going with that. And the psychiatrist must give hope to the patient that it's never finished," she says.
"It's a very difficult law, it's a philosophical and ethical question, very deep and there is no one good answer."

Psychological problems

Each death as a result of euthanasia in Belgium is reviewed after the event by a committee of lawyers and doctors.
For Gilles Genicot, lecturer in medical law at the University of Liege, and member of the euthanasia review committee, Sébastien's case does not fulfil the legal criteria for euthanasia.
"It's more likely he has psychological problems relating to his sexuality. I cannot find a trace of actual psychic illness here.
"But what you cannot do is purely rule out the option of euthanasia for such patients.
"They can fall within the scope of the law once every reasonable treatment has been tried unsuccessfully and three doctors come to the conclusion that no other option remains."
Sébastien's request for euthanasia has been accepted initially, he now faces further assessments to determine whether his case fits within the law.
Asked whether there is any chance he will reconsider, or take a different path, he is sceptical.
"If someone could give me some kind of miracle cure, why not? But for now, I really don't believe it any more. And I'm too exhausted also, whatever may be out there."
Although he is calm - almost matter of fact - about wanting to end his life deliberately, he acknowledges the effect this will have on the people around him.
"The hardest thing now is telling my family. If I get a yes, that's what's going to be most delicate."
The Victoria Derbyshire programme is broadcast on weekdays between 09:00-11:00 on BBC Two and the BBC News Channel.
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Thursday, June 2, 2016

Royal Family and UK Government Pedophiles Exposed!

Richard Huckle faces life sentences for Malaysia child abuse


A British man is facing multiple life sentences for numerous sex crimes against Malaysian children which he boasted about on the "dark web".
Richard Huckle, 30, from Ashford in Kent, admitted the offences against victims aged between six months and 12 years, from 2006 to 2014.
It is believed Huckle abused up to 200 children.
His sentencing hearing began at the Old Bailey on Wednesday, and is expected to conclude on Friday.
The 91 charges related to 23 children from mainly poor communities in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur.
He admitted 71 of the charges, and the prosecutor asked that the other counts "lie on file".
Huckle, a freelance photographer, was arrested at Gatwick Airport by National Crime Agency officials in December 2014.

Paedophile manual

Details of the abuse can only now be reported because investigators had previously sought a court order to ensure the victims were safe from other online sexual predators.
Huckle, a practising Christian, first visited Malaysia on a teaching gap year when he was 18 or 19. He then went on to groom children while doing voluntary work.
Investigators uncovered numerous indecent pictures and videos Huckle took of himself abusing girls and boys. More than 20,000 indecent images were found on his computer.
Huckle wrote a paedophile manual called "Paedophiles And Poverty: Child Lover Guide", as well as a series of notes in which he detailed rapes and various sex acts.
The encrypted manual was on Huckle's laptop ready for publication on the "dark web". At his first plea hearing at the Old Bailey, it took more than an hour to read out all the charges.
According to one charge, Huckle had said: "I'd hit the jackpot, a 3yo girl as loyal to me as my dog and nobody seemed to care."

'Warped depravity'

At an earlier hearing, Judge Peter Rook QC told Huckle the charges amounted to "sexual offending of the utmost gravity" and said he was "considering life sentences in your case".
An NSPCC spokesman said Huckle's "delight in abusing babies and toddlers" which he boasted about on the internet "shows the depths of his warped depravity".
"This case highlights the urgent need for a global effort to crack down on those who use the web to exploit and hurt vulnerable youngsters."
The charity also called on internet service providers to "cleanse the web of these images and prevent them from being viewed in the first place".

By Angus Crawford, BBC News
One word and a freckle indirectly led to Richard Huckle's arrest.
Police in Australia and Europe were aware of a paedophile site called the Love Zone hidden in the so-called dark web. It was protected by passwords, encryption and specialist software. Users were totally anonymous.
The images and videos there were particularly disturbing - showing the abuse of babies and very young children.
Members had to post increasingly graphic material to remain on the site. There were tens of thousands of accounts.
Officers with Task Force Argos in Australia knew the creator of the site used an unusual greeting - the word "hiyas".
After exhaustively trawling chatrooms and forums in the open internet, they found a Facebook page of a man who used the same greeting.
Although the Facebook page was fake, they identified a picture of a vehicle and that led them to a man called Shannon McCoole - a child care worker in Adelaide.
When officers went through his door, he was actually online running the site.
They took detailed photographs of McCoole's hands. This is where the freckle comes in - one on his finger matched exactly one seen in many of the images of abuse.

Airport arrest

In an unprecedented move, Task Force Argos assumed McCoole's identity and took over the running of the site.
Last year he was given a 35-year prison sentence.
One user who stood out was Huckle - given the number of children he had access to and his aggressive attitude.
Using data gleaned from the site and information Huckle had posted on social media and other open internet sites, they identified who he was and where he lived.
Realising he was coming back to the UK for the Christmas holidays in 2014, they tipped off Britain's National Crime Agency.
As he landed at Gatwick airport he was met by officers from the NCA's Child Exploitation and Online Protection command.
On his computer and encrypted drives they found tens of thousands of obscene images and videos.

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Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Kenyan maid burnt by her Saudi employer arrives in the country


Sonko rescue team picked up the lady at JKIA
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The plane that carried a Kenyan burnt by a Saudi Arabian employer shortly after it touched down at JKIA. PHOTO: TUKO
Stories of Kenyan workers suffering at the hands of their employers in the Middle East are back in the news.
On Saturday, May 28, Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko posted on his social media, disturbing photos of a woman who was apparently burnt by her employer in Saudi Arabia.
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The lady, name withheld, being assisted into an ambulance after arriving at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) after arriving from Middle East. IMAGE: FACEBOOK/MIKE SONKO
The philanthropic politician said: “Serious and shocking as it sounds, I commanded my team and our medical personal to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in the wee hours and together with the family received the lady who was burnt and in bad state.”
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The lady, name withheld, is receiving treatment at the Kenyatta National Hospital. IMAGE: FACEBOOK/MIKE SONKO
Tuko is reporting that the lady was employed as a domestic worker, and was taken to Kenyatta National Hospital for treatment when she jetted back in the country.
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She was apparently burnt by her employer in Saudi Arabia. IMAGE: FACEBOOK/MIKE SONKO
It will also be remembered that back in September 2014, Kenya banned hiring of its citizens in the Middle East after numerous reports of mistreatment in that part of the world.
Then in February this year, President Uhuru Kenyatta’s cabinet gave the green light of Foreign Employment Administration and Labour Migration Management Framework to look into the plight of Kenyan domestic workers in the Middle East.
Due to lack of employment opportunities in the country, many Kenyans go to the Middle East in search of greener pastures where most of them are hired as domestic workers, but life changes for the worst when mistreatment kicks in.
According to statistics, there are between 100,000 to 130,000 migrant workers in Saudi Arabia alone.
It is reported that a house help in Jordan, an Arab country, pockets about KSh 40,000 which is far much higher than in Kenya where many of them get paid below the set government minimum wage of KSh 11,000.
But mistreatment is not the only trouble Kenyans go through in the Middles East as several Kenyans are languishing in Saudi Arabian jails.
Saudi Arabia foreign ministry shocked many In 2015 when it released a list showing that about 200 Kenyans were convicted of various crime since 2013 after going to look for work in the Arab country.
It was revealed that some were serving the minimum jail term of four months with 70 lashes while others had been imprisoned to up to 10 years with 1,000 lashes plus a 7000 Saudi Riyals fine.
According to the report, the sentences were as a result of different crimes with seventy apparently found guilty of pimping, 30 for prostitution, 20 for misconduct while 13 were found guilty of theft.
Not just that but there were some that were found in possession of illegal substances like hashish and other intoxicants.
Other crimes that have sent Kenyans behind bars include; embezzlement, fornication, human trafficking, illegal gathering, sorcery, dishonesty, trespassing, burning employers, forgery and forming kidnapping gangs.
Via Tuko

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