Rat children pakistan - petición: Demand an End to the Exploitation of "Rat Children" in Pakistan!

About Gaz Parker I was born with the ability to see spirit entities.

The shrine stopped officially accepting microcephalics in the 1960s when the government took over the site.

Some choose to show their respect by dancing wildly - in a state of ecstasy.

Some of the lower caste communities work as bamboo artisans, cobblers or cleaners, but Musahars are unskilled labourers.

'Rat Children' of Pakistan: A story of religious orthodoxy and child abuse

They will have to give up their first born child to the shrine administration and can keep any children they have after that. over 18?

Shah Dola Shah is an ancient Sufi saint whose shrine in Gujrat, even today, attracts countless faithful worshippers.

Kusum Lal, 72, is unhappy with the treatment that has always been meted out to his community.

Description: It is alleged that begging rings and gangs place iron bands around the heads of healthy children to induce cranial deformation.

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They all have the distinctive shrunken heads; they're severely handicapped and can't even speak.
Children suffering froma rare neurological disorder, are reduced to the status of animals in Pakistan.
An alarming absence of medical care, institutions to serve differently-abled children and the associated ignorance have trapped the children of Shah Daula into a life of misery.

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    The rat children of Pakistan are a glaring example of it. If you have happened to spend some time in Pakistan and had the opportunity to travel through the country. It is quite probable that you .
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    Anusheh Hussain, head of Sahil, an organisation fighting against child exploitation in Pakistan says the rat-children can be sold for large sums of money: One has heard that these children are .
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    In Pakistan, microcephalics-babies born with abnormally small heads-are known as ‘rats’ and credited with god-like powers. Believers will give them money in the hope of blessings, but unscrupulous gangs of beggars are now exploiting this ancient tradition for their own ends.
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    Nadia begs from dawn to dusk (IRIN) GUJRAT Punching and slapping herself in the face, Nadia, commonly known as a rat-child, sat swaying in front of a begging box outside the Dola Shah shrine in the Punjabi city of Gujrat. She is just one of thousands of abnormal or deformed children in the country who are abandoned to destitution.
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    The journalist goes on to explain, “With a tiny sloped skull on a normal body, these children are called “Rats” or “Chuhas” (a term used by the locals) of the Shrine of Saint Shah Dolah. They are made to wear a green cloak and are then dispersed on the streets around the Shrine.”
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