The massive influx of Muslim refugees into the United Kingdom has created a myriad of social problems, not the least of which the rise of radical Islam and an increase in terrorism.
One aspect of the ongoing demographic shift that has gotten scant attention is the spike in birth defects that can largely be attributed to the tendency of some immigrants to engage in what in politically correct terms is referred to incest.
For those not inclined to be politically correct, the coarser but more accurate terminology would be “inbreeding,” which is a common pejorative tossed around by the American left that is often directed at southerners.
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Being that Islam doesn’t exactly discourage marriage between cousins, British doctors are seeing more cases of birth defects and early childhood deaths that have been unprecedented in what has long been a modern society.
According to reports, the Brits haven’t seen so many birth defects since the 19th century.
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From the London Telegraph (via Barbed Wire):
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Britain is seeing an alarming spike in birth defects, defects they have not seen since the end of the 19th century. There is a one-word explanation: Islam.
The resurgence of these birth defects is due to the prevalence of first cousin marriages in the Muslim community, particularly among immigrants from Pakistan. Such marriages are legal in Britain, to be sure, but by the late 1800s the risk of birth defects in the children of such unions had become so common and so widely known that the practice virtually vanished. (First cousin marriages, which are not specifically banned in Scripture, are illegal in about half the states in the U.S., which is the only country in which such marriages are prohibited anywhere.)
An article in the London Telegraph (which doesn’t use the word “Islam” anywhere in the article, and waits til the 12th paragraph to mention the word “Pakistani”) opens this way (emphasis mine):
Bradford coroner Mark Hinchliffe spoke out after being told how two-year-old Hamza Rehman died as a result of a brain disorder.
An inquest heard how the child suffered from daily fits and vomiting as a result of a condition probably arising from his parents being too closely related.
The boy’s father, Abdul, broke down and wept as the court heard that if he had lived he would have suffered severe learning difficulties.
Through a translator, Mr Rehman, from Bradford, West Yorks, explained that he and his wife, Rozina, were first cousins.
“We were very anxious whether to have more children,” he told the court. “We have recently had another baby with the same problems again.”
After expressing his “profound sympathy to the family” Mr Hinchliffe said the cause of death “arose as a direct consequence of the neurological developmental disorder.”
He said the family had lost another child through a similar disorder and a third child born had now “presented with difficulties.”
Recording a verdict of death by natural causes, Mr Hinchliffe added: “On the face of it this case highlights a cultural and religious issue relating to first cousin marriages and the potential risk of medical difficulty that some medical experts say can result from such unions.
A study cited by the BBC elaborates:
The number of babies born with birth defects in Bradford is nearly double the national average, research conducted in the city has shown.
The study found this was largely because of marriages between first cousins in the Pakistani community.
Consanguineous marriage accounted for nearly a third of abnormalities in a study of more than 11,300 babies.
Researchers said the risk of birth defects among children of blood relatives remained small, at 6%.
The study looked at babies involved in the Born in Bradford (BiB) project, a long-term health study of thousands of people born in the city, between 2007 and 2011.
About 1.7% of babies in England and Wales are born with a birth defect such as heart problems or Down’s Syndrome, but among BiB babies the rate was nearly double that, at 3%.
Of course, pointing out the problematic nature of inbreeding between Muslim first cousins would probably get one slapped with a hate crime violation now that the Brits seem determined to emulate the dystopian society of Oceania in George Orwell’s “1984” in terms of enforcing laws against thought crime.
However, the sad truth of the matter is that this is just one more way that backward elements of Islam are not compatible with modern western societies.
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