Sunday, October 07, 2007

Support the Movement: The Fight Against Child Abuse

This is a post written by NAFASG team. I couldn't help shuddering when reading it.

Nurin JazlinIn our times of darkness, children are the ones who will brighten us up. No matter what ordeals we have to endure in our daily lives, we know that we can overcome them the moment we set eyes on children. Their innocence and purity in them will always give us a sense of peacefulness and calm that is beyond words. And it goes without saying that life would be meaningless without seeing them smile, hearing them laugh and cry, and feeling their small and flawlessly gentle hands that want to reach out to us.

Yet, there are some who show no empathy and sensitivity towards these beautiful souls. Worse still, they would dunk themselves into physical violence and cruelty towards the children without even thinking twice. Such acts can deem someone to be worse than an animal, because even an animal has compassion and love for its young.

What is going on with this world? Why must such horrid acts be carried out? Why do these people ever exist in this world?

Please take this time to read this special message from us, and show your utmost support and sympathy towards the family of the late Nurin Jazlin, who passed away tragically and brutally at the age of only eight. Little Nurin Jazlin’s body was discovered in a gym bag on 17th September, one month after she was abducted. Upon the discovery, she was seen to be in the most horrifying state ever. Her hair was short and curled up, when it was originally straight and long. Her body was pale and badly bruised from head to toe, and there were traces of foreign objects like brinjal and cucumber found in the virginal area of her body.

Parents of the deceased took a long time to acknowledge her death, but eventually did after all the thorough DNA tests had been carried out by the forensics department. Her body was finally buried on 21st September. Her father, Jazimin Abdul Jalil, had expressed his sorrow towards this tragedy, stating that whoever who caused her death was not a human being, but rather, an animal.

This was the result of an outrage of modesty (See Picture On The Right) caused by a man of age between 35 and 40, who was thought to be someone who enjoyed torturing people, particularly children. Along with him was a 23-year-old lady, who was apparently his partner in crime. The lady had been found and called for questioning by the Malaysian authorities, whereas the man has yet to be found. Hence, we are urging all of you here to play your part in finding this serial killer cum sexual offender and ensuring that justice is served to the deceased and her family.

If you know of the culprits’ whereabouts, keep us informed immediately, or directly inform her uncle, Jasni Abdul Jalil, via his blog, which he had specially created as a form of dedication to her.

Over the years, we have heard of children’s lives being taken away due to the evil doings of heartless adults. Nurin’s death was one of the most gruesome and tragic deaths that made many of us shocked, despaired and furious. Do you want more children to die in the hands of these sadistic people? Do you still wish to hear such saddening news of child abuse?Then let us do our part right away! Together we can make this world a better place for the little ones. Let us all join hand in hand and put a stop to such cruelty towards them once and for all!

Fight against child abuse today.We have created a logo to show our support towards the fight against child abuse. If you would like to join in this movement, please copy and paste this article in your site and place the logo. After displaying this article, leave us a comment and we will add your link in our list of bloggers who have voluntarily helped us in this movement.

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  1. Hi Amel,

    Thank you for joining in our cause. I am tearing right now as i type this comment.... Such beast act against an innocent child...

    Let us pray together that the murderers will get caught as soon as possible..and justice be done to them. Thank you, Amel..


    Your friends,

  2. Hey, NAFA, it's MY pleasure. I've also heard lots of child abuse stories when I was back in Indo and usually they received a lenient punishment for that.

    I sure hope every government takes such cases more seriously. I DO hope the "sick" murderers will be caught, as well.

  3. Yes...very heartbreaking and shocking news, it's all over the newspaper. I hope those psychos will receive severe punishment.

  4. Choc Mint Girl: I didn't know about it before NAFA team told me. I haven't really followed any news since moving here. Yeah, I also hope all the psychos in the world will get their own punishment either by the government or by God.

  5. I agree that something needs to be done to protect the children of the world. I could never understand how anyone could do such heartless things to children. I have been taking care of other peoples children for about 15 years and could never even believe some one could do suck things to children. I know kids can get on your nerves at times but that is thier jobs, to keep us on our toes. I say any one who harms a child should be sentenced to death and maybe people would think twice before they put their nasty hands on a child. God Bless!

  6. Hi, Sindi! I understand what you mean. I also can't get the cruel people who do such things to kids. And usually they don't stop only with one kid. I agree that they should be punished severely!

  7. I hope that some one catches the person who did this and does the same to them. I don't believe in handing out street justice but in this case maybe some one should. Lord forgive me for the bad thought but I might if I was the one who caught them.

  8. Sindi: Yeah, I know what you mean. This kind of news boils our blood so much that I wish I could also do something equally cruel to the perpetrators he he he...

  9. Hi Amel,

    This is very important.

    Please remove the post mortem pictures of the girl.

    This is to respect the parents and her.

    Thank you.

  10. Hi, NAFA!

    Yes, I understand. I did it already. :-)))

  11. Hi Amel,

    There is another picture you have yet to remove it. Please do so...

    Thank you..amel

  12. WHOOOPPPSSS! Sorry, NAFA. I missed that one. OK, I did it already now.

  13. Thank you, Amel.

    I appreciate your help and support.

    We just believe that we should respect the parents and the late girl who passed away tragically

    Thank you once again, Amel, We really treasure your friendship...

    Your Friends,