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Thailand: Buddhist monks adopt severly disabled Muslim baby


Nur Faiha is an islamic name and means Joyous Light. She was born in Sayaburi in Southern Thailand. Muslims pouring in from neighbouring Burma and Malaysia have beheaded over 5,000 Buddhist monks in Thailand, completely unprovoked in their war against non-Muslims. Yet the monks don’t mind taking care of a disabled baby. Disabled children like this can be judged as a ‘curse’ or black magic on a Muslim family.

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Severely disabled eight-month-old girl who was born blind and without a skull is cared for by monks in Thailand

  • Nurafaiha, from Sayaburi in Thailand, cannot take milk and is fed through a tube
  • The baby needs regular hospital treatment and will need several operations
  • Case highlighted on social media and people clubbed together to raise funds

By Rory Tingle For Mailonline
Published: 01:50, 25 December 2016

A baby who was born blind and without a skull is being cared for by a kindly Buddhist monk over Christmas.

Nurafaiha, from Sayaburi in Thailand, cannot take milk normally and has to be fed through a tube.

The 8-month-old’s case was highlighted on social media, and people clubbed together to raise funds for her care.

Nurafaiha, from Sayaburi in Thailand, cannot take milk normally and has to be fed through a tube

Nurafaiha, from Sayaburi in Thailand, cannot take milk normally and has to be fed through a tube.

Monk Bhin and the foundation are well known for good works in assisting poor families with special needs.

The other four children in the Nurafaiha’s family all go to school, which is a challenge when the family only have the father’s meagre income from his job in a factory.

Nurafaiha needs regular hospital treatment and, in the future, will need several operations on her face and skull.

Monk Bhin has so far been able to raise 200,000 Thai baht (£4,400) from the foundation funds and individuals who have responded to his Facebook appeals to assist the family.

Nurafaiha needs regular hospital treatment and, in the future, will need several operations on her face and skull

Nurafaiha needs regular hospital treatment and, in the future, will need several operations on her face and skull.

Monk Bhin and the foundation are well known for good works in assisting poor families with special needs

6 thoughts on “Thailand: Buddhist monks adopt severly disabled Muslim baby

  1. Children are amazingly resilient, she is here, she is being loved and cared for. We don’t know what her quality of life could be after the opperations.
    Where can we donate?

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    • Not only inbreeding but from the males constantly raping any woman, girl and goat they can, they have a lot of sexually transmitted diseases

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    • I haven’t read that Nurafaiha was born from a consanguineous relationship so I wouldn’t presume she was just based on her parents religion.
      Although the cause of cleft lip and cleft plates is unknown, it’s thought it may to occur from a combination of genetic and environmental factors, with consanguinity is considered a risk factor.

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