Blood-freezing details… “I tied the mouth of the bag so that it would not be cold”

Ayten Kağızmanlı, who came to Pasinler from Kayseri for the wedding of his relatives on August 28, 2018, gave birth in the toilet of the house where he was a guest. Ayten Kağızmanlı explained the situation to her mother Fadime Kağızmanlı and decided to throw her baby boy out of marriage out of wedlock.

Fadime Kağızmanlı threw his grandson, which he put in the garbage bag, to the garbage container.


While the baby, who was found by those who went to Hasan Dede Mosque in the region for the morning prayer, was hospitalized by the medical team by the ambulance, the police detained the mother Ayten Kağızmanlı and his mother Fadime Kağızmanlı after his investigation.

The completed treatment was delivered to Erzurum Family, Labor and Social Services Provincial Directorate. Ayten Kağızmanlı and Fadime Kağızmanlı were arrested and put in prison.


Ayten Kağızmanlı, who was on trial at the Erzurum 1st High Criminal Court, said that he had previously got married and had a child. Relative of his neighbor Y.M. Ayten Kağızmanlı, who claimed that she had entered into a relationship with her / her request and that she was pregnant and that she was aware of her pregnancy in the 6th month, stated:

* When my pains hold, I gave birth in the toilet at night. My mother was shocked when she saw me and her baby.

* Since I thought my father would hurt me, I put the baby in the bag and gave it to my mother.

* I didn’t think the baby could die.

* I left the baby out because I was afraid of my family. I’m very regretful.


The grandmother Fadime Kağızmanlı, who stated that she had been receiving psychological treatment for a long time, said:

* My daughter woke me up and said, “I have a lot of mother.” I also brought it from my grandchild’s milk by heating it, then went to bed. I wondered if my daughter did not get out of the toilet for a long time. I knocked on the door, didn’t open it first.

* When I opened it later, my daughter was in blood, and the baby’s eyes were open. I was shocked when I saw them. He begged me a lot and said, “What happens to the mother, my father shouldn’t hear it.” Son, you can’t bear it. Barefoot I got out of the house with that shock. He asked me to throw the baby in the trash.

* I said, “Pity, sin, let’s leave the mosque.” I went to the mosque, but the door was closed. I left it in the garbage container right across. There were cardboard boxes inside, I put them on them.

* We did not cut the umbilical cord from the panic. If we had cut, the baby wouldn’t have lived. I tied the bag to keep it cool.


At the decision hearing at the 1st High Criminal Court in Erzurum, Fadime and Ayten Kağızmanlı were sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment for ‘attempting to intentionally kill the lower soy and the child’. The court board did not impose good debates on the defendants.


A carnival in Flanders unleashes a wave of criticism for anti-Semitism | International

Alost Carnival has become a magnet for controversy in recent years. The Flemish municipality of 85,000 inhabitants, located just over half an hour’s drive from Brussels, celebrates one of the busiest parades in Belgium every February. And possibly the most detested by the Jewish community. This edition, their floats were more than ever in the spotlight, after last year Unesco decided to remove the party from its list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity for considering it racist and anti-Semitic. The UN agency deemed it unacceptable to include cartoons of Jews accompanied by chests full of money, a prejudice about their alleged greed.

Unesco’s measure was far from intimidating its participants in a locality that many point to as an ultra nursery. The second most voted party is the neo-fascist Vlaams Belang (Flamenco Interest), and the first the N-VA (New Flemish Alliance), the first force in Belgium, equipped with a nationalist and anti-immigration ideology. Together they add more than 50% of the votes. His mayor, upon learning of Unesco’s intention to expel them, responded angrily that the carnival was not removed from the list. They were leaving.

With that background on the table, as the date of the new carnival approached, Jewish organizations raised the tone, and even the Israeli Foreign Minister, Israel Katz, asked the Belgian authorities for an express condemnation and forbidding the event to consider it ” a parade that incites hatred. “

The rarefied atmosphere that preceded carnival culminated on Sunday in an even greater challenge to all those discordant voices. Ant-body Jews – a pun in the local dialect, where the word ant resembles the wall of lamentations. Hooked noses. And gold bullion. The intention seemed clear: to challenge everyone who attacked the carnival celebration by giving them, in the name of satire and freedom of expression, a double dose of what they criticized.

The snub came into effect. In a region where collaboration with the Nazi invaders led to 25,000 Jews and 352 Gypsies being deported from Mechelen to Auschwitz, the issue is not just a debate about the frontiers of humor, it also has to do with memory management. This is understood by the European Conference of Rabbis, one of the toughest against the scenery of the carnival. “This type of anti-Semitism is a reminder of some of the darkest moments of Europe’s past,” he said in reference to the Nazi period. “We cannot pretend that those images are some kind of joke or that they do not cause fear,” he added.

The magnitude of the affront was gaining entity like a snowball. The Belgian Prime Minister, Sophie Wilmès, explained that it is up to justice to determine whether the facts violate the laws, and reproached that the representation is contrary to Belgium’s values ​​and damages the country’s reputation. “The use of stereotypes stigmatizing communities by their origin leads to division and endangers coexistence,” he lamented.

Even the vice president of the European Commission in charge of the fight against anti-Semitism, the Greek Margaritis Schinas, demanded that measures be taken so that the offenses against the Jewish community are not repeated again. “The Alost carnival is a shame. This has to end. There is no place for this in Europe.”

With the excesses of 2019 multiplied this year, the future of a carnival with more than 600 years of history is now in question. While the debate on the limits of freedom of expression persists, its organizers insist on their right to blasphemy, and remember that the Jewish community was not the only object of mockery. There were cartoons of the Belgian royal family alluding to Delphine Boël, the illegitimate daughter of King Emeritus Alberto II, teasing climate activist Greta Thunberg, the LGTBI community, and other religious denominations. “Here we laugh at everything, the royal family, Brexit, national and local politicians and all religions: Islam, Judaism and Catholicism,” said Alost Mayor Christoph D’Haese.


Nuria Marín: «I’m hooked on gossip since adolescence»

He has stopped catching insects, but Nuria Marín (Viella Mitg Arán ?, Lérida, 38 years old) continues with celebrities in the spotlight. The Catalan is the presenter of ‘The Panic Room’, the new program that broadcasts live Monday through Friday at 4:30 p.m. An hour later still on the Divinity channel. After the end of ‘Butterfly Hunter’, Marín, who has also conducted spaces such as ‘Save Me Daily’ or ‘Socialité’, has taken the lead in the format, which has a ‘neurological station’, which, through seven devices different, check the veracity of the statements of the guests.

-Why ‘The panic room’?

-Because it is a program in which many celebrities are going to panic, either because of what we say about them or because of the environment that will be created when they are on set.

-What does Nuria Marín panic about?

– Extreme panic to spiders, even the smallest ones. It is an irrational fear. Also to the disease. I am hypochondriacal and have outbreaks, especially during times of stress.

-How has the arrival to this new program been?

-Wonderful. I know most of my classmates and that makes me very comfortable. On a personal level, it is hard to come to Madrid, since my boy has stayed in Barcelona, ​​my mother in Lleida and my sister and my niece in Tarragona.

-And the farewell of ‘Butterfly Hunter’ after seven years?

-Phew. What a catharsis was the last program! It was a hard and sad week, but, at the same time, I was excited and lucky to have a new project.

-What other formats are you looking for?

-I love the series and the talk shows.

-What percentage occupies the heart in your day to day?

-Well, most of the day. I’m hooked on gossip since adolescence.

And what other topics interest you?

-The news in general, politics and news about movies, filming, future films.

‘What is the policy gap in your life?

-My partner directs ‘Salvados’ and ‘Lo de Évole’, so politics is a recurring conversation topic at home.

– Have you changed your perception about the Catalonian issue with your arrival in Madrid?

-My perception of the problem has changed so many times in recent years and in so many directions that I would have to take a Biodramina before giving my opinion.