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Oct 4, 2010

Palestinian intermarriage and Microcephaly

Palestinian intermarriage
and Microcephaly
Zoroastrian Microcephalics

The Zorastrians are also highly inbred mostly parallel cousins. They have a lot of genetic diseases but are very high IQ.


There is no doubt that the wide spread tradition of first cousin marriages among Muslims has harmed the gene pool among Muslims. Because Muslims' religious beliefs prohibit marrying non-Muslims and thus prevents them from adding fresh genetic material to their population, the genetic damage done to their gene pool since their prophet allowed first cousin marriages 1,400 years ago are most likely massive. The overwhelming direct and indirect human and societal consequences are almost irreversible with long term effects.

Compassion for the health of future generations should be enough to ban intermarriage among first cousins. The economic and societal consequences do also count. Such a ban would also lessen Muslim immigration to the West because many Muslim families would like to be able to continue their practice of intermarriage in order to live up to cultural and religious traditions and keep wealth and power inside their family.

A legislative ban on first cousin marriages is a logical and compassionate imperative for both the Muslim world, for EU and our Western national governments.

1 comment:

Will said...

Hi Alex.
A pitty you don't have a full figure pic ,cause usually Microcephaly go's together with a dwarfed body ,but that's not a rule.Microcephaly may be congenital or it may develop in the first few years of life. The disorder may stem from a wide variety of conditions that cause abnormal growth of the brain, or from syndromes associated with chromosomal abnormalities. Two copies of a loss-of-function mutation in one of the microcephalin genes causes primary microcephaly.
In general, life expectancy for individuals with microcephaly is reduced and the prognosis for normal brain function is poor. The prognosis varies depending on the presence of associated abnormalities.

Microcephaly is a type of cephalic disorder. This is a disorder characterized by a small head and may be caused by a disturbance in the rapid growing of nerve cells. Microcephaly may also be associated with maternal problems such as alcoholism (which can result in the fetal alcohol syndrome disability), diabetes, or rubella (German measles). After the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, a large percentage of women who had been pregnant at the time gave birth to children with microcephaly.A genetic factor may play a role in causing some cases of microcephaly. Affected newborns generally have striking neurological defects and seizures. Severely impaired intellectual development is common, but disturbances in motor functions may not appear until later in life.As the child grows older, the smallness of the skull becomes more obvious, although the entire body also is often underweight and dwarfed. Development of motor functions and speech may be delayed. Hyperactivity and mental retardation are common occurrences, although the degree of each varies. Convulsions may also occur. Motor ability varies, ranging from clumsiness in some to spastic quadriplegia in others.Numerous superstitions revolve around microcephalics in Pakistan, ranging from being condemned as outcasts and institutionally shunned to having divine powers attributed to them.Local myths concerning their origins involve infertile women who practice religious rituals in order to facilitate childbirth, and local religious clergies take the health of the firstborn as a price, cursing them into being a "chooha", mouse/rat in Hindi & Urdu. That child has to be given back to the shrine where it would be raised, and live, as an acolyte. Should she fail to do so, all future children will be born choohas as well. Other Pakistanis believe that priests, chooha-masters, or perhaps even parents, purposefully deform healthy infants by placing pots or metal clamps on the heads of healthy infants and so retard the growth of the brain.
Notable microcephalics

Schlitzie, a circus performer best known for his role in the 1932 film Freaks.

Beetlejuice, a member of Howard Stern's "Wack Pack".

Zip the Pinhead (Circus "freak show" performer William Henry Johnson) is commonly associated with microcephaly, although he may not have actually had it.