That is exactly what is happening in Pakistan when it comes to child abuse. Due to the safe nature of punishments for this ridiculous crime, people usually thing that they can get away with pedophilia and child abuse.
However, that is not the case anymore. Video footage of a mother and Imam Masjid has gone viral on the internet for a very tragic reason. As per details, the Imam of the Masjid had been teaching her very young daughter the Quran. When the child on day complained to her mother about the Imam touching her all the time, trying to make advances at him, things went out of control.
Source: facebook. The mother, father and other family members of the little girl went straight to the mosque and decided to confront the abusing Mullah. With sticks in their hand, the video footage was recorded to teach him a lesson.
The mother grabbed a stick and started beating the Imam ruthlessly for the shameful act he had committed.
So shocked was the Imam that he did not even deny the allegation and accepted his fate, as the mother of the girl kept swinging the stick at him. Once she was done, it was time for other family members to thrash the disgraced Mullah. The mother of the little girl keeps asking the Imam, if he did not have his own daughters, sisters or mother. This incident proves that children today are being made aware of their surroundings.
Video showing baby being slapped prompts police to arrest mother
It is also being reported that after the Imam was thrashed for a decent period of time, he was later handed over to police officials for sexually abusing a little child. Ever since the rape and murder of little Zainab Ansari, the country has become loathe to such incidents and people, no matter where they are, raise their voice against this sick vice that exists in our society.
April 6, SK No comment. Categories: DomesticMust Read. Tags: child abuseMasjid Imammother. Muniza September 13, Maryam Kishwer June 2, Danial Altaf June 1, Maryam Kishwer June 1, Muniza June 1, Tap to follow.State Police say they are getting swamped with calls from people who saw a video of a woman beating and berating a six-year-old boy at a home in Effort.
Many callers believed police ignored the case. However, that is not true.
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Court records show police arrested and prosecuted the woman, Michelle Elkins. It quickly went viral. Throughout the nine minute video, Elkins beats the child and verbally abuses him. The father, and another woman in the house asked her to stop but neither physically intervened. Online supporters claim the father had reported her abusive behavior in the past but police did nothing so he felt he had to record proof.
Court records do not indicate the father called police to report the recorded abuse. The video ends with the father and two boys in a van preparing to drive away. Arrest paperwork shows an unnamed person asked State Police to do a welfare check on Elkins because she was cutting herself. When police arrived she admitted she was upset because her boyfriend left the house after she beat his six-year-old son with a wooden spoon.
In April, a judge sentenced Elkins to two years probation. She also has to pay supervisory fees, continue mental health counseling, and take all of her prescribed medications.
She is also not allowed to have unsupervised contact with any children, including her own. He did not respond to a request to comment on this story. State Police say the people involved in the case now live in Kentucky. Skip to content Breaking News Breaking News. School Closures. PA Department of Health Latest. Effort, Monroe County — A graphic video of child abuse in the Poconos has gone viral and led many people to question the way police handled the case. Eyewitness News Live Stream.
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Two of the attackers in the video are serving prison sentences. They punched and kicked him. Two of them grabbed him by his arms and propped him up, apparently to allow the third better leverage to inflict greater damage.
They robbed him of a cell phone, too. There was scant coverage of this attack when it happened, as violent as it was.Justice for toddler days after viral Facebook video was taken
But when the video of the incident was released, it went viral on social media. It was shared by a lot of racist Facebook pages. Many used the existence of the video to reinforce the notion of the African-American bogeyman.
Others pointed fingers through red-herring arguments. Another seemed to imply moral equivocation in the killing of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed, African-American Florida teenager shot by a neighbor in his apartment complex after a scuffle.Search Search.
Menu Sections. The woman claiming to be behind the viral Facebook video of a child being abused reached out to Independent. Hilliard claims she was sent the video from an anonymous person in the Philippines following mass media coverage of an investigation 'No Longer Victims' were conducting there in relation to another abuse case.
For the last ten days, we have been working twenty-four seven - and I mean we haven't slept". Hilliard told Independent. Hilliard's organisation has a "team, ready to fly into Indonesia" but the removal of the video has hindered the progress of the search.
If the video is removed, we can't find the baby". My organisation wants to expose, not enable, abusers". If it was cold water, his legs would be blue". Look at the way his arms are being held over his head - his arms would surely have been pulled out of their sockets. His cry is that of a newborn, and there is no way he'd be able to support that swinging for that long.
The video went viral from Hilliard's Facebook page but once it was removed, it was circulated with "wholly inaccurate" information. Hilliard "sent a direct email with all of these details and the Video to General Sutarman the Chief of the Indonesian Police". Facebook told Independent. In this case, we are removing any reported instances of the video from Facebook that are shared supporting or encouraging this behaviour.
In cases where people are raising awareness or condemning the practice, we are marking reported videos as disturbing, which means they have a warning screen and are accessible only to people over the age of Facebook Twitter Email Whatsapp.
Ra'Neicha Broadnax, 20, is expecting her first child, but her motherly instinct has already kicked in, which she used to save her 1-year-old nephew from harm. After seeing videos of her nephew, Jaiden, being burned, hit and even had a bag placed over his head, she reached out from another state to contact Texas authorities, begging for help. Broadnax posted videos of the baby screaming while someone, who Broadnax claims to be the baby's own mother, taunted the child. The videos are heartbreaking, and Broadnax said she obtained 64 of them, showing the innocent child strapped in a car seat, unable to get away from his abuser.
That's too bad, yep, I felt the same way," the woman is heard saying. The baby, so young that he only has his first two bottom teeth, stares helplessly into the camera as she continues to torture him.
The woman continues, "You just want to keep playing so this is what you get. That's too bad, Jaiden. Too [expletive] bad! Broadnax, who lives in Virginia, said after watching three seconds of the first video, she was on the phone calling authorities.
Broadnax's older brother also lives in Virginia, but fathered a child with Janelle Peterkin, a year-old woman who lives in Humble, Texas. Broadnax said Peterkin was angry with the father, who has another girlfriend, and sent the photos and videos of her torturing their son to the couple.
There was just one problem, however, the brother never received those messages because he was blocking Peterkin's calls. Out of curiosity, the girlfriend unblocked Peterkin's number and that is when she allegedly made the horrifying discovery.
His girlfriend was snooping through his phone and she saw he had her [Peterkin] on the 'Do Not Disturb' features, so she took it off and the phone vibrated for an hour straight. When she looked, there were over messages from Peterkin and 64 videos," Broadnax explained. Broadnax said she knew Peterkin's address because she previously asked for it in order to send a gift to Texas for her nephew's first birthday. She placed the address in Google maps to find the nearest police station.On Wednesday heavy sentences were handed down in the Baby Daniel case nearly three years after the little boy's death.
Read: Police can't yet confirm if body found is that of baby Orderick Lucas. We have asked for the Social Development in Gauteng to immediately go to the centre and we have asked for the removal of the children from that facility.
Once we have all the information, we will then be able to know what has come out of the investigation. Olifant says she believes that these videos are authentic as the language spoken is a South African language. Callers also weighed in on the conversation and Mpho says he is disgusted an irritated about the whole situation. I am thinking about the child's wellbeing now and the way this kid was slapped around. You can even assume that he sustained injuries. Women and Men against Child Abuse's Miranda Jordan-Friedman, says there are a number of factors and warning signs that families can see in order to see that there is abuse.
Every single case that we have worked on, we have literally come in at the end stage as by then, family members are either panicking that they didn't do enough or that they now see what bad condition the child is. Watch below these viral videos, please be advised videos contain disturbing material:. She is seen in a series of videos violently attacking children.
Call with tipoffs. At the moment, outside the creche parents have come to fetch their children and at the moment we understand that the teacher has been arrested. MatrixMen is an organisation that runs recovery groups for men that have been sexually abused.
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It cannot be that children continue to be victims of gang violence, domestic abuse, neglect or sexual predation, the centre says. Sanral has, with immediate effect, suspended the process of pursuing e-toll debt, including summonses applied for from Dr Melodie de Jager says learning to rest and to sleep at a young age will help your child find the "off button" as an adult too.
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The forum, made up of tavern and shebeen owners from across the province had given Ramaphosa until midday on Tuesday to respond. City of Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina says people must not go to the food bank, the parcels will be delivered to their homes.
Department of Basic Education spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga says the situation is getting worse. A catch-all Primedia-powered portal proving it's possible to stay home, stay safe, stay informed and stay entertained. Updates, interviews, and information about the novel coronavirus spreading throughout the globe and its impact on South Africa. When it comes to offshore investments, the opportunities are endless. The country's economy has been battling poor growth and with the effects of COVID, the situation appears to be direr.
Hundreds of people queued outside Malboro Gardens Secondary School after allegedly being told by a local businessman that they would receive food parcels. Do the right thing. Visit www. Listen to Live.Facebook has been accused of telling its moderators to avoid deleting an appalling video of an adult attacking a toddler.
While nudity is almost always removed, violent videos involving assaults on children, racially charged hate speech and images of self-harm among underage users all remained on Facebook after being reported by users and reviewed by moderators. Over a six-week period between March and April this year, the reporter attended training sessions and filmed conversations in the Cpl offices in Dublin.
A particularly shocking video featured in the programme showed an adult man punching and stamping on a screaming toddler.
Moderators marked the video as disturbing — meaning users must click to view it — and allowed it to remain online, going on to use it in training sessions as an example of acceptable content. Facebook later told Dispatches the picture would violate their policies on hate speech and it would investigate the incident. The investigation also found that extremist pages which had a lot of followers would be treated with special consideration, in the same manner as pages for governments and large news organisations.
The Facebook page for anti-Islam campaigner Tommy Robinson is given such protection, meaning frontline moderators cannot directly remove material which may violate policies. We are providing additional training and are working to understand exactly what happened so we can rectify it. Follow Metro. Share this article via facebook Share this article via twitter Share this article via messenger Share this with Share this article via email Share this article via flipboard Copy link.
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