Monday, August 30, 2010

Growing problem of abandoned babies in Malaysia in BBC News

Terlambat untuk menceritakan hal ni di sini, tapi rasanya aku xterlambat untuk berkongsi berita ni di sini..berita tentang negara kita di ceritakan di BBC News..Aduhai, sangat sedih saat membacanya..di mana letaknya maruah negara kita?? 
Semperna Hari Merdeka yg akan disambut esok, diharapkan  xkan ada lagi kes2 sebegini pada masa2 akan datang...

' Malaysian authorities are grappling with a growing problem of abandoned babies.
Sixty-five infants have been found so far this year, and many were dead by the time they were discovered.
The government fears that number will surpass previous totals - an average of 100 babies are found each year.
They were left in rubbish bins, on doorsteps and on the streets, prompting the government to consider treating cases as murder or attempted murder.
The latest abandoned baby, a newborn infant, was found dumped by a riverside, covered in a towel and a piece of cloth and stuffed into a bag.
The issue has touched a raw nerve in the Muslim-majority country.
The head of the youth wing of the opposition Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS), Nasrudin bin Hasan, says drugs, pornography and a lack of moral education have led parents to abandon their children '

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