Pregnant Muslim woman’s story on social media about her ordeal


Pregaming Muslim women’s social media posts on the issue of pregnant muslim women is a new trend among women who are pregnant.

One such post has a pregnant muslam woman who said she is worried for her children.

“Pregaming muslim woman in a way I dont want to be a burden for my kids.

Ive seen how the community has reacted to them,” the post reads.

“My son is 7 years old and we are expecting him.

I dont feel comfortable sharing this with my family and friends.

The community has made me feel that it doesnt matter how many times I post it, they will not respect me.

I cant share it without them knowing,” the pregnant woman says in the post.

Another post reads: “Pregnancy is one of the biggest hardships for us Muslims.

My husband and I will be living in India till I deliver my children.

Weve been together for over 12 years and we love each other.

We will make the best of the opportunity given to us by Allah and I wont waste my time on something that doesnt matter.

I hope that I wont be a hindrance to my children.”

Another post, which has more than 8,000 likes, is a response to a Facebook post by a pregnant Muslim woman who was pregnant when she was 15.

“I was pregnant at the time.

The family of my husband did not like my pregnancy.

They told me to get a better job or get an education.

They dont like my culture and they dont like me as a Muslim.

My children dont like us and we cant speak to them because of our differences.

I will do anything I can to help my children grow up and to help them feel comfortable,” she says.

Another pregnant Muslim who posted her story to Facebook said, “I cant express my joy and happiness at the positive reaction Ive received from my Muslim community.

They are very welcoming and welcoming of others.

I feel that the response has brought joy to me and my family.

I can tell you that I feel blessed by it.”

A Muslim woman with her children (left to right) Ali, 7, Kashif, 3, and Jumma, 2.

The pregnant woman’s children were born while she was pregnant.

source The Indian Express article

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