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AkhiraisReal

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  1. http://fullmeasure.news/news/cover-story/the-vaccination-debate
  2. @Maryaam You are just reading your biased sources to prove your points. You claim non vaxxers use emotion rather than logic. The first post of this thread is full of logical and scientific studies, and you just throw them in the garbage. Who's emotional? Those who seek for truth are the succesful ones no matter how harsh the reality is. Even if it costs your family, license, money or whatever. You have no critical thinking.
  3. really disgusting to be honest. soceity wants to make us all sick in the head otherwise they would have made that stuff illegal long time ago.
  4. ^ this is why we can't barely trust anyone when it comes to gatherings with non mahrams, when we are with our vulnerables, kids, females etc
  5. There are very few situations were prescription drugs would really be necessary. In todays world if you get a small headache they give you strong painkillers full of amphetamines. They are all harmful. It's just ignorance.
  6. It's funny how people condemn marijuana, yet the very same people have no issues with prescription drugs full of stimulants that affect certain parts of the brain, and all other types of drugs. As long as you have the prescription for it......... Side note: I am not saying marijuana is halal.
  7. George soros son^ Her husband doug emhoff is a jewish attorney and zionist comparable to joe biden. https://www.jta.org/2020/08/11/politics/kamala-harris-is-joe-bidens-vp-pick-heres-what-jewish-voters-should-know
  8. someone getting their medical license suspended doesn't necessary mean they were wrong. There could be many reasons for it. Are you implying that all my sources above are fraudulent?
  9. The same thing could be said about those research that says vaccine don't cause autism. The key point is that there are research that shows connection between brain changes/ autism and vaccines. There are also research that shows no connection between the two. Which one do we believe? Are you willing to use your kids/family members as guinea pig despite the dubious position of vaccines? I would say the one with billions of dollars on stake has more incentive to be fraudulent.
  10. There's a difference between "forcing" your wife to sex and her giving you sex whether she likes it or not.
  11. A man can't give life. Woman give life. How come someone of a higher position can come from someone of a lower position, if what your family members said is true, which is not. Woman are not lower than men, in fact the opposite could be more correct, if the women would truly see themselves and their potential. Namely mothers of servants of Allah, the future supporters of our imam. Unfortunately those women are very few to find.
  12. I don't know how authentic the source is, however if it's true, then it's horrendous
  13. I could go on with the fake clips, fake livestream, green screen, isis and alqaida connection with the mosques. The second gunman that was caught on smartphone uploaded on twitter then later deleted, never to be found again.
  14. What's disgusting is that all people in the world were told lies about what really happened and who really were behind the act, yet they all decided to stay silent. except for 1 guy who didn't who barely got any attention.
  15. Hepatitis B vaccination of male neonates and autism diagnosis, NHIS 1997-2002 Abstract Universal hepatitis B vaccination was recommended for U.S. newborns in 1991; however, safety findings are mixed. The association between hepatitis B vaccination of male neonates and parental report of autism diagnosis was determined. This cross-sectional study used weighted probability samples obtained from National Health Interview Survey 1997-2002 data sets. Vaccination status was determined from the vaccination record. Logistic regression was used to estimate the odds for autism diagnosis associated with neonatal hepatitis B vaccination among boys age 3-17 years, born before 1999, adjusted for race, maternal education, and two-parent household. Boys vaccinated as neonates had threefold greater odds for autism diagnosis compared to boys never vaccinated or vaccinated after the first month of life. Non-Hispanic white boys were 64% less likely to have autism diagnosis relative to nonwhite boys. Findings suggest that U.S. male neonates vaccinated with the hepatitis B vaccine prior to 1999 (from vaccination record) had a threefold higher risk for parental report of autism diagnosis compared to boys not vaccinated as neonates during that same time period. Nonwhite boys bore a greater risk. A two-phase study evaluating the relationship between Thimerosal-containing vaccine administration and the risk for an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis in the United States Results: In phase I, it was observed that there was a significantly increased risk ratio for the incidence of ASD reported following the Thimerosal-containing DTaP vaccine in comparison to the Thimerosal-free DTaP vaccine. In phase II, it was observed that cases diagnosed with an ASD were significantly more likely than controls to receive increased organic-Hg from Thimerosal-containing hepatitis B vaccine administered within the first, second, and sixth month of life. Conclusions: Routine childhood vaccination is an important public health tool to reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with infectious diseases, but the present study provides new epidemiological evidence supporting an association between increasing organic-Hg exposure from Thimerosal-containing childhood vaccines and the subsequent risk of an ASD diagnosis. Influence of pediatric vaccines on amygdala growth and opioid ligand binding in rhesus macaque infants: A pilot study Abstract This longitudinal, case-control pilot study examined amygdala growth in rhesus macaque infants receiving the complete US childhood vaccine schedule (1994-1999). Longitudinal structural and functional neuroimaging was undertaken to examine central effects of the vaccine regimen on the developing brain. Vaccine-exposed and saline-injected control infants underwent MRI and PET imaging at approximately 4 and 6 months of age, representing two specific timeframes within the vaccination schedule. Volumetric analyses showed that exposed animals did not undergo the maturational changes over time in amygdala volume that was observed in unexposed animals. After controlling for left amygdala volume, the binding of the opioid antagonist [(11)C]diprenorphine (DPN) in exposed animals remained relatively constant over time, compared with unexposed animals, in which a significant decrease in [(11)C]DPN binding occurred. These results suggest that maturational changes in amygdala volume and the binding capacity of [(11)C]DPN in the amygdala was significantly altered in infant macaques receiving the vaccine schedule. The macaque infant is a relevant animal model in which to investigate specific environmental exposures and structural/functional neuroimaging during neurodevelopment. Neurodevelopmental disorders after thimerosal-containing vaccines: a brief communication Abstract We were initially highly skeptical that differences in the concentrations of thimerosal in vaccines would have any effect on the incidence rate of neurodevelopmental disorders after childhood immunization. This study presents the first epidemiologic evidence, based upon tens of millions of doses of vaccine administered in the United States, that associates increasing thimerosal from vaccines with neurodevelopmental disorders. Specifically, an analysis of the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) database showed statistical increases in the incidence rate of autism (relative risk [RR] = 6.0), mental retardation (RR = 6.1), and speech disorders (RR = 2.2) after thimerosal-containing diphtheria, tetanus, and acellular pertussis (DTaP) vaccines in comparison with thimerosal-free DTaP vaccines. The male/female ratio indicated that autism (17) and speech disorders (2.3) were reported more in males than females after thimerosal-containing DTaP vaccines, whereas mental retardation (1.2) was more evenly reported among male and female vaccine recipients. Controls were employed to determine if biases were present in the data, but none were found. It was determined that overall adverse reactions were reported in similar-aged populations after thimerosal-containing DTaP (2.4 +/- 3.2 years old) and thimerosal-free DTaP (2.1 +/- 2.8 years old) vaccinations. Acute control adverse reactions such as deaths (RR = 1.0), vasculitis (RR = 1.2), seizures (RR = 1.6), ED visits (RR = 1.4), total adverse reactions (RR = 1.4), and gastroenteritis (RR = 1.1) were reported similarly after thimerosal-containing and thimerosal-free DTaP vaccines. An association between neurodevelopmental disorders and thimerosal-containing DTaP vaccines was found, but additional studies should be conducted to confirm and extend this study. A two-phased population epidemiological study of the safety of thimerosal-containing vaccines: a follow-up analysis Results: Phase one showed significantly increased risks for autism, speech disorders, mental retardation, personality disorders, and thinking abnormalities reported to VAERS following thimerosal-containing DTaP vaccines in comparison to thimerosal-free DTaP vaccines. Phase two showed significant associations between cumulative exposures to thimerosal and the following types of NDs: unspecified developmental delay, tics, attention deficit disorder (ADD), language delay, speech delay, and neurodevelopmental delays in general. Conclusions: This study showed that exposure to mercury from TCVs administered in the US was a consistent significant risk factor for the development of NDs. It is clear from these data and other recent publications linking TCVs with NDs that additional ND research should be undertaken in the context of evaluating mercury-associated exposures and thimerosal-free vaccines should be made available. Transcriptomic analyses of neurotoxic effects in mouse brain after intermittent neonatal administration of thimerosal Abstract Thimerosal is a vaccine antimicrobial preservative which has long been suspected an iatrogenic factor possibly contributing to neurodevelopmental disorders including autism. The association between infant vaccine thimerosal exposure and autism remains an open question. Although thimerosal has been removed from mandatory childhood vaccines in the United States, thimerosal-preserved vaccines are still widely used outside of the United States especially in developing countries. Notably, thimerosal-containing vaccines are being given to the newborns within the first 12-24 h after birth in some countries. To examine the possible neurotoxic effects of early neonatal exposure to a higher level of thimerosal, FVB mice were subcutaneously injected with thimerosal-mercury at a dose which is 20× higher than that used for regular Chinese infant immunization during the first 4 months of life. Thimerosal-treated mice exhibited neural development delay, social interaction deficiency, and inclination of depression. Apparent neuropathological changes were also observed in adult mice neonatally treated with thimerosal. High-throughput RNA sequencing of autistic-behaved mice brains revealed the alternation of a number of canonical pathways involving neuronal development, neuronal synaptic function, and the dysregulation of endocrine system. Intriguingly, the elevation of anterior pituitary secreting hormones occurred exclusively in male but not in female thimerosal-treated mice, demonstrating for the first time the gender bias of thimerosal-mercury toxicity with regard to endocrine system. Our results indicate that higher dose of neonatal thimerosal-mercury (20× higher than that used in human) is capable of inducing long-lasting substantial dysregulation of neurodevelopment, synaptic function, and endocrine system, which could be the causal involvements of autistic-like behavior in mice. Do aluminum vaccine adjuvants contribute to the rising prevalence of autism? Abstract Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are serious multisystem developmental disorders and an urgent global public health concern. Dysfunctional immunity and impaired brain function are core deficits in ASD. Aluminum (Al), the most commonly used vaccine adjuvant, is a demonstrated neurotoxin and a strong immune stimulator. Hence, adjuvant Al has the potential to induce neuroimmune disorders. When assessing adjuvant toxicity in children, two key points ought to be considered: (i) children should not be viewed as "small adults" as their unique physiology makes them much more vulnerable to toxic insults; and (ii) if exposure to Al from only few vaccines can lead to cognitive impairment and autoimmunity in adults, is it unreasonable to question whether the current pediatric schedules, often containing 18 Al adjuvanted vaccines, are safe for children? By applying Hill's criteria for establishing causality between exposure and outcome we investigated whether exposure to Al from vaccines could be contributing to the rise in ASD prevalence in the Western world. Our results show that: (i) children from countries with the highest ASD prevalence appear to have the highest exposure to Al from vaccines; (ii) the increase in exposure to Al adjuvants significantly correlates with the increase in ASD prevalence in the United States observed over the last two decades (Pearson r=0.92, p<0.0001); and (iii) a significant correlation exists between the amounts of Al administered to preschool children and the current prevalence of ASD in seven Western countries, particularly at 3-4 months of age (Pearson r=0.89-0.94, p=0.0018-0.0248). The application of the Hill's criteria to these data indicates that the correlation between Al in vaccines and ASD may be causal. Because children represent a fraction of the population most at risk for complications following exposure to Al, a more rigorous evaluation of Al adjuvant safety seems warranted. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24354891/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20628439/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12773696/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15795695/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24675092/ https://academicjournals.org/journal/JPHE/article-full-text-pdf/C98151247042 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22099159/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21058170/
  16. Did anyone read the many sources I linked above? My previous 2 replies.
  17. Caution: I am not well studied in Quran nor the "miswak verse" Most of my responses are personal views regarding this matter. So for those reading this, take it with a grain of salt. For all the people quoting how awful it's to hit your wife. Yes it's awful and shameful, but surely there must be a reason for it? Maybe that's why there is that interpretation of a miswak. Maybe the interpretation of the miswak is for those cases were the husband is so angry at his wife for whatever reason were the miswak is a last resort and he must not go over the limits. For those saying then divorce. A man doesn't marry a woman just to divorce her unless it's something very serious. Surely a "miswak" is better than divorce if that will do. @Abu Hadi Interested to hear your reply.
  18. I don't think a man would hit his wife for fun other than if he's an insane man. If a man hits his wife, he probably had some reason for it. No sane man likes to hit their wife. Because there is actually shame in hitting your wife. This is my personal view. Many would disagree with this.
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