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15 years old and abused by parents

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Salam. I am having problems with my mother and recently she called me a whore (she actually called me a randi) and not once but repeatedly many times, I am just 15 years old and I have done nothing to achieve a filthy title like that and after that she beated me a lot and made me stand inside the washroom for an hour or more.

I am the middle child in my family and I feel like I never get a say in what happens in my life and nobody listens to me. Nobody in my family respects me and isn't aware of my value. My mother is a living example of a beast for me and I hate her.

I've in the past suffered from physical abuse from my father and now my mother. Nobody in my family is treated the way I am and it makes me feel like I was either a mistake or unwanted.

I wanted to know that is my mother gonna be punished forher act or not? She drags me to a room and tells me to sit in a corner all day, and I am writing to you sitting at that exact appointed corner as she sits in her room on her sofa in the AC.

I've also been starved by her and I've had enough.  Please tell me what I should do as I have no one to consult or open up to. -Thankyou.


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  1. Assalam sister be strong. Don't worry what others think of you even your parents, worry about pleasing Allah and Allah alone. I know the things she have said to you hurts. Hear from me You are a creation from Allah and with or without your parents you will be in this world. I will make dua for you and your parents inshallah. Life is a test, be patient. There is always worst

    • There may be worse, but that phrase gets thrown around a lot as if to suggest that the current situation, if "livable," should be bore with patience. No. This is not always true and it is not true here.

  2. Salaam sis,

    You are so young and going through something that is very hard for any aged human to go through. Any human being who punishes or mistreats another without reason will be answerable to Allah SWT. They will either be punished in this life, or in the Next life which is much scarier. When I was your age I went through a phase where my views were not heard or understood, or even considered. This to some extent in many families is a normal part of life.. Nonetheless it is saddening. However through the years it made me stronger, it shaped me as a human and helped me to help others. I know this is hard for you, but not a leaf falls without Allah's permission. Which means even though people hurt one another, it cannot happen without Allah's permission. You will see the fruits soon of your patience soon. It is not your fault stay strong and constantly ask Allah for help. Also give yourself some space and try a new hobby. This may sound under rated but after years of experience I can say it is one of the most rewarding things to do in a difficult situation, it preps you and distracts you from pain.

    Regarding your mother starving you, this is not okay. I am not sure where abouts you are but look up a local advice centre and speak to them if you can. Most are free and they will be able to give you better advice on this.

    Stay strong my dear and never give up.


    • Hurt comes from people not Allah and Allah gives people free will. Abuse is not condoned or accepted by Allah and oppression is never ok. Too many Muslims do not stand against abuse and oppression and let others suffer even small children. We are suppose to protect and care for each other and especially our children.

  3. Assalaamu Alaykum,

    Child abuse is illegal in most places. If you want to share your location, we can help with resources in shaa Allah. You are old enough to see this is wrong and that you don't deserve it, but it's going to take some courage for you to take the steps to get into a safer situation. I believe in you that since you are strong enough to reach out to us for help, you are strong enough to keep moving in the right direction for yourself. Tell us where you are.

    May Allah strengthen you further and help you find a proper refuge away from the abuse.

    -Amy Editor

    • Salaam, you are being abused, this is very serious. You do not deserve to be treated this way, and none of this is your fault! As sister Amy has said above share your location so that you can be helped. If you can go and speak to your GP (if your in the UK) tell them evrything and they will help. Alternatively confide in a teacher at school, they will help you too. This has got to stop, your childhood and your life are precious, and parents are meant to protect you not abuse you!

  4. Assalam alaikum,

    You are right to say that you don't deserve the title by which your mother called you.

    You need to speak to a counsellor at school, or a person in authority or to a help centre specifically designed for people in your situation. All of this depends on where you are though--we could give advice and it could lead to more turmoil so please share more information as Sr. Amy has said above.

    I pray that Allah swt ease your troubles. I admire your courage and wisdom in knowing how to start your journey to safety as many 15 year olds may not even recognize that this is wrong.

    May Allah swt bring you to safety or safety to you, Ameen.

  5. It's true what bro Muhammad has written here, it is a test by Almighty for you, don't forget that you are among the best creations of Almighty, so don't listen to the bad words , or be impatient , one day Allah will give you the reward, if you believe in Allah. Allah has told not to take action against parents , so have patience and pray to Allah. Try to live with your relatives to avoid abuse.

    • "Allah has told not to take action against parents."

      Exactly where does it say that if your parents verbally abuse you, starve you and beat you that you should not take any action against them OR at least in your own favour by seeking safety? Please people, stop telling others that they should accept verbal and physical abuse from parents because this is exactly what you are telling them.

      In fact, Allah says in the Quran:

      "O you who have believed, be persistently standing firm in justice, witnesses for Allah , even if it be against yourselves or parents and relatives. Whether one is rich or poor, Allah is more worthy of both. So follow not [personal] inclination, lest you not be just. And if you distort [your testimony] or refuse [to give it], then indeed Allah is ever, with what you do, Acquainted."

  6. asalamu aleikum lil sis
    dear take action as soon as possible.your mother is acting weird this aint the right way yes she has rights over you and have your rights over her.she is mistreating you dear and this is not right at all .report her to the nearest mosque or any relative around walah it breaks ma heart to read what you are going through .
    may Allah make safe exit for you dear sister and remember to share your location to be saved inshaAllah

  7. This is child abuse. No parent has a right to abuse their children . In this case I think parents lose their rights because if they abuse the children in their care who are suppose to be amana meaning we are suppose to take good care of our children and this is the child's right as well. Patience or saber in no way means accepting any kind of abuse and abuse by mothers and Patience may mean getting yourself safe and out of the abusive situation. I am sorry you are suffering such horrible abuse by your mother. Please get help and get yourself into a safe children's shelter. Locate a domestic violence organization to help you. There is no excuse for domestic violence and you never deserve this. First thing is to get yourself safe with a caring relative ,friend or organization that can help you. Allah gives children rights as well as parents and Allah loves children. Our lives are an Amana and we must take care of that life and let noone abuse or hurt us even if it is our own family and parents.

  8. عَنْ أَبِي جَعْفَرٍ (ع) قَالَ: ثَلاَثٌ لَمْ يَجْعَلِ اللٌّهُ عَزَّ وَ جَلَّ لِأَحَدٍ فِيهِنَّ رُخْصَةً أَدَاءُ الأََمَانَةِ إِلَى الْبَرِّ وَ الْفَاجِرِ وَ الْوَفَاءُ بِالْعَهْدِ لِلْبَرِّ وَ الْفَاجِرِ وَ بِرُّ الْوَالِدَيْنِ بَرَّيْنِ كَانَا أَوْ فَاجِرَيْنِ.

    “There are three things which Allah, the Mighty and the Glorious has not permitted anyone to forsake: returning a trust to its owner, irrespective of whether he is a good person or an evil one; fulfilling one’s promises and covenants, irrespective of whether it has been made to a good person or an evil one; being good and kind towards one’s parents, irrespective of whether they are good or evil.”

    قَالَ رَسُولُ اللٌّهِ (ص): أَرْبَعَةٌ لاَ يَنْظُرُ اللٌّهُ إِلَيْهِمْ يَوْمَ الْقِيَامَةِ عَاقٌّ وَ مَنَّانٌ وَ مُكَذِّبٌ بِالْقَدَرِ وَ مُدْمِنُ خَمْرٍ.

    The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his family) has stated: “On the Day of Judgment there shall be four groups of people upon whom Allah shall not cast His look of mercy: those who have been disowned by their parents, those who place obligations upon others after doing good to them, those who reject the concept of fate and destiny and the one who consumes intoxicants.”

    قَالَ أَمِيـرُ الْمُؤْمِنِينَ (ع): مَنْ أَحْزَنَ وَالِدَيْهِ فَقَدْ عَقَّهُمَا.

    The Commander of the Faithful (peace be upon him) has said: “One who causes his parents to become sad has indeed been disowned by them.”

    -Before you take any action I would advise you to read these hadiths and also search up hadiths on the internet regarding parents.

    -If you were to tell a teacher or someone else without a doubt they will get the cops or some legal authority involved, this may mean that your parents can go to jail or they might take you away from your parents.

    -If they were to put your parents in jail, what will happen to you? what will happen to your other siblings?
    You will most likely have to move to a shelter and may have to end up living there until you are mature enough to provide for yourself. Are you ready to risk this?

    -When your mother starves you or beats you , is it without any reason what so ever? if so then , neither are you or your siblings are safe and you should tell some one you trust. or speak to a imam first at a mosque because its safer that way, don't go directly to a teacher because they are likely to get the cops involved. only consult a teacher or guidance counsellor if the people at the mosque can not help you.

    -Another thing , after fajr read ayatal kursi 3 times then cup your hands and blow it all over yourself , do the same after maghrib. This offers protection against hardships through out the day.

    • Let's say the mother has a reason - the OP is being rude or disobedient, for example. Does that make it okay for her mother to beat her?? To starve her?? No, absolutely not. This is extremely cruel behavior by the mother and completely unacceptable regardless of what the OP did or did not do. Parents should look to the Prophet and his Companions for guidance on how to discipline their children - the Prophet never raised his hand to child.

      • if parents should look to the prophet for guidance then read the first hadith in my comment.

        • My point is that even if the OP is misbehaving that does big justify her mothers behavior. People have responsibility for their behavior as an individuals regardless of what others do, and when Allah asks us about our behavior on the Day of Judgement we cannot say oh I did this wrong thing because so-and-so also did wrong. That's not an excuse.

  9. This advice is very ignorant. If parents are evil children have a right to protect themselves. Not all children are blessed with good parents. This is an example of taking one or two hadiths or parts of the Quran and using it to condone oppression abuse and even rape of children and women. There are many parts in the Quran that are against oppression and many hadiths as well. Islam is balanced. Abuse of children is never allowed as it is the worst kind of oppression. If a child is severely abused then parents lose their rights. Children have rights to and not just the parents. Some people make Islam seem like it only cares about men or husbands rights and parents rights and a religion that allows oppression and abuse. But this is not true . These attitudes by Muslims are out of ignorance. But many Muslims do not protect children but even sell them to men . I can not believe Allah allows cruelty towards children and daughters. We need to truly read the full Quran and read the hadiths in context with everything said together as a whole.

    Leave your mother and save your life. Do not let your mother abuse you. Its not ok for your own mother to abuse you and especially a mother should love her chıldren. And it is not ok for your father to beat you. No one should beat or abuse you. Allah does not condone abuse of women,children,and all people.

  10. ignorant? go search hadiths on parents and you will find out who the ignorant one is. Read what i typed i did not tell her to sit there and tolerate the abuse but thats what your making it out to be. You do realize this is a 15 year old girl , thats still very young , if the cops or any legal authority get involved you have no idea what the impact might be on her life. Its very easy to sit behind a computer screen and advise someone to leave their parents. The op said they she has no one to open up to , so where would she go if she leaves her parents. What if she isnt in the west , then i doubt any kind of legal authority can help. Fix your feministic approach to things , Allah does not allow cruelty towards childern or daughters. Do not associate cruelty being allowed by Allah just because you let your feministic logic cloud the reality

    • Demise,
      Yes its very easy for any of us giving advice behind a computer screen. Abuse is very serious and if parents are committing abuse then the authorities need to know and this 15 year old has the right to protection even from parents if they are being abusive. There are many other hadiths that are against any kind of abuse or oppression and tell us to protect ourselves and the the vulnerable such as the children and elderly people. Her mother should not just get away with hurting her and calling her abusive names and being starved. This is dangerous to her life and she is an amana to Allah and needs to take action to protect herself. What could happen if she remains with her parents? Her mom could kill her if she starves her again!!! Yes she should go to social services and get help to get to a safe place to protect her life from her abusive mother and from what she said her father is also abusive. Abusive parents should not get away with abusing their children and actions should be taken against them.

      We must protect our innocent, children, animals ,women and the elderly always. And Allah commands us to protect the vulnerable . As Saba wrote even if it is against parents so there are other hadiths that show clearly that oppression by anyone is wrong. It is a shame how many children are abused by parents and adults turn a blind eye and do nothing!

      • There can be 2 scenarios here:

        Scenario 1: The OP is really upset and feels a sense of un-belonging. This is common in most family's especially for older teens to feel this way , they may feel like their parents pay more attention to the younger kids. The Op herself has stated she feels like she doesn't belong. While a persons safety is important, so is following Islam, and there are clear hadiths of how a person can be disowned if they do something that make their parents upset. What if the Op in their anger exaggerated a bit and stated that they are beaten, and by beaten they could of meant being slapped (even though its not right for a parent to do this.) By encouraging her to go to shelter or get authority's involved , she may make a decision she regrets later. Most kids growing up are all punished or beaten at time by their parents, does that mean every kid should go to a shelter or go to the cops? or has every kid that's gotten abused ever been to a cop? If the legal authority was to get involved , then it may mean the parents will go to jail or have some kind of ultimatum to never be able to see their daughter again, not only that but who will then look after the OP's younger sibling. This can be very traumatic for the whole family. Furthermore if this was to go to court , the OP may have to waste a lot of time going to various trials. Like I said before don't concern yourself with the present only but the future too.

        Scenario 2: The parents have some kind of disorder that causes them to act like this and the Op always get blamed for everything. Moreover she is at a threat of being beaten so bad that her life can be in jeopardy. Or the parents take out their frustration on her and as a result they punish her and abuse their power.

        -If scenario 2 is true for the Op, then what the Op has to do is go to a mosque and talk to a imam , and ask him what to do in the light of islam. If the Op feels like her life is in danger then she still has to speak to a imam so that he can link her to Muslim sisters who will be willing to take her in (bc the Op says she has no on to talk to or open up to) , or take her to a Islamic shelter. By going to a teacher or kids help line it can be to much of a hassle and their are to many laws that may come in effect , which would be neither good for the OP or her family. But if talking to a imam is of no use then only in that case will it be logical to get help from a help line or a women's shelter.

    • I do not need to fix my feminist approach . But we all need to protect our children and women more then we are doing in this world whether we are in the east or the west. If Allah does not allow abuse then Allah also expects us to protect others and not allow any injustice. Allah does not allow cruelty but human beings do and Allah must be angry with human beings that allow that cruelty and especially to allow parents to be cruel as Allah is a just God.

      • this is what you have written: We must protect our innocent, children, animals ,women and the elderly always. And Allah commands us to protect the vulnerable

        You do need to fix your feministic approach to matters, you have included ANIMALS!! in your sentence but no where have u included men or boys. Why cant men or boys be innocent?

        -If that's not feministic , then what is

        -Even when advising the op you have repeatedly let your emotions get the best of you , without putting emphasis on the dangers or getting law involved right away.

        • Animals also have the right to be treated in a humane way and many animals are helpless . That is what I meant by this. Many Muslims are horrible to animals as well. And yes safety is important and is Islam . Allah demands us to treat each other justly and compassionately to protect the young and our elderly people. And yes men and boys should be treated justly as well and not be abused as well. This is not what I was saying. But it can not be denied that women and girls have been oppressed and denied education in many Muslim countries. This is a fact. So while men can be innocent women have been horribly abused by men throughout history. And this has to change and the Quran does give women rights as well as children rights.
          Abuse is serious and I do not think you can separate safety from Islam. Many children are not believed about abuse and I do not think this child is making things up. Children are an amana to parents and they must care for them with compassion. This is not true that most children get beaten by their parents. Many parents are firm but loving and have found other methods of disciplining children. I am sorry for your experience of being put in a shelter. But sometimes for some children it is the best temporary option. I also was in a shelter and went through some bad foster homes but there are also good foster homes and some good shelters as well. If abusive parents can get help and change that is good but many abusive parents do not change and that endangers the children and children have a right to safety and that right is given by Allah. I do have strong emotions about children's well being and safety as children are innocent and helpless and if if more people protected children and had strong emotions, then abuse would be prevented and children kept safe. I have advised the op to protect herself as she is in danger and I do not think that is letting emotions control me.

          • " I do not think this child is making things up"

            -Never said or implied she was , I just said there could be 2 scenarios I also gave a justification as to why I believe there could be 2 scenarios.

            "This is not true that most children get beaten by their parents. Many parents are firm but loving and have found other methods of disciplining children."

            -Your very fortunate to live in a place like this, I have seen many kids being beaten over low grades, replying to parents in a loud voice, lying to parents, skipping school, complains from teachers, being an introvert/shy, etc.

            "But sometimes for some children it is the best temporary option"

            -It is the last option , if you have no relative/family who can support you , or if a mosque is of no help.

            " I have advised the op to protect herself as she is in danger and I do not think that is letting emotions control me."

            -Where is you concern for her siblings? What if she has a very little brother and sister who get fed by their mother and father or need them to look after them. What would happen if the police take the parents away? Then who will look after the younger siblings? Can the older siblings be trusted to look after them? Do all the kids go to a foster home? This is why I keep repeatedly implying in one way or another consider the future and do not get the law involved right away , or go to a shelter.

  11. You could not come to this world without your parents, if this is the living hell then wait for the real heaven, have deep confidence in the hereafter and endless trust in Allah. Recite "Alam Nashara laka " Sura always. Allah can see everything.

    • Salaam young sister

      What everyone writes is true. This is abuse. May Allah protect you. You must be feeling very alone and I am so sorry for this. How do your siblings treat you? Can the older ones not shield you or take you away?

      Your mother sounds sick, like mental issues or doesn't have coping mechanisms.

      I would talk to a shaykh or imam before authorities. If the authorities take you away they will put you in foster care with nonmuslims. But if you talk to someone at the mosque maybe a Muslim family can take you in.

      You want to know if Allah will punish your mother...I do not know but I do know Allah is just and injustice is not favored. Make dua for the dua of the oppressed is answered.

  12. It is extremely ironic that people advising the OP to be patient or careful about reporting the abuse feel insulted and then speak up in their own defence, but somehow expect a 15 year old who is starved, beaten and ABUSED to remain silent and patient.

  13. It extremely baffling people don't read or misinterpret other peoples point and don't consider what it might be like to be in another persons position but advise them , based on what they consider is right , almost ill heartedly.

    -When giving advise you shouldn't just consider the present but the future ramifications to. What happens if the OP goes to live in some foster care and cant even offer a single time prayer, who will teach her further about Islam? What about the food? how can the Op be sure its halal?

    -Put yourselves in the Op's shoes would you want to go live in some shelter for the rest of your life , with random people you don't even know.

    -Did I not mention at the end , that if she is getting beaten for no reason then she should speak to someone?

    -Next time you have something to say , address the person , instead of referring to them subliminally.

    • Assalaamualaikam

      Foster care isn't the worst thing that can happen. For people who are truly in need, it can be lifesaving. Most Western countries will have systems in place to accommodate religious beliefs - eg. trying to place people with families who share their faith or culture - so, inshaAllah a person can still practise their faith. The majority of families who work as foster carers do so because they are caring people who want to help those less fortunate than themselves. Also, many Western countries have fostering protocols that prioritise "kinship care" (where a young person is looked after by a relative rather than going to live with people they don't know) if this is safe for the young person.

      If the original poster is in a country which does not have this system, then moving out to stay with a relative may still be an option. Or, she could look for women's charities or children's charities in her area, as many of these will have shelters and access to support. You mention in your post that "would you want to go live in some shelter for the rest of your life" - nobody's suggesting that. Most shelters and charities have resources available for a person to continue accessing education and to develop skills. so inshaAllah anyone going to these places for help can use them as a stepping stone on the way to building a life for themselves. Charities don't have lots of funds, so they can't afford to have people staying in shelters for the rest of their lives, anyway.

      Based on what the original poster is describing (being badly beaten, verbally abused, mistreated and left to go hungry), I would have some concerns about her family's understanding and practice of Islamic values. So, it may be that she would learn more about Islam if she were in a different environment with people who don't mistreat her.

      The single worst thing a person can do when they are being abused, is to keep silent. Silence is how abusers get away with things. By bringing things out in the open, they can be seen for what they are, and can be dealt with. It may be that open discussion and an external perspective (eg from a social worker or a concerned teacher) is enough to make the poster's mother realise her behaviour isn't acceptable and make an effort to change, and to improve the relationship between mother and daughter. At the other end of the spectrum, it may be that speaking out saves a life. Nobody should keep quiet about abuse.

      Midnightmoon editor

      • Me and one of my friend have spent a few years at a foster care camp , because we both lost our parents at a young age. It not all like what you have described, their Is a lot of bullying involved too , from other kids. That's why I'm against shelters , although you may be get fed and have a roof over your head, you are completely alone in most cases, a family system is very valuable, that's why there is so much emphasis in Islam about the family system.

        -The risk involved here is that the Op may never get to see her family again or only at certain times. There is no need to go to a shelter as the first option, but only as a last option.

        -Also, many Western countries have fostering protocols that prioritise "kinship care" (where a young person is looked after by a relative rather than going to live with people they don't know)

        .... The op has been clear that she has no one for support, therefore it would be in her best interest to go to a mosque first and get help from sisters there, this way there is a stronger chance she can continue practising her religion.

        • And living at home in an abusive situation is not always the best either. I grew up in an abusive household and the toll it takes on one's soul is at times unbearable--even years after the fact. And I would not wish for that for anyone. So, a person like me, might think foster care is better, whereas a person like you may think being with parents is better--but it does depend on the situation and awareness is key.

          We have to let the OP decide her options by giving suggestions without saying things like:

          "When your mother starves you or beats you , is it without any reason what so ever?"

          If someone had asked me that question, I would most definitely think, that I was cause of my own abuse, especially at a raw age of 15. A parent should not starve or beat their child, with or without reason--there couldn't possibly be a reason.

          It is important to openly call this abuse, without suggesting even remotely that the OP could be responsible for this treatment and thereby invalidating her.

          Finally, no one wants the OP to be in more trouble. Mostly everyone has either suggested to the OP to disclose her location and/or do the best in her situation--and we can at least, all AGREE that what is happening is abuse.

          • So, a person like me, might think foster care is better, whereas a person like you may think being with parents is better--but it does depend on the situation and awareness is key

            Have you even bothered reading what I have been typing for the past, 3 or 4 days? Where have I mentioned that being with her parents is ok and she should tolerate the abuse??? I have only suggested to think about the siblings to , so don't assume that means she should stay with her parents. I have advised her to go to a mosque and if that is no use then finally consider foster care.

            The only reason I asked if she is being beaten without any reason, is because it may suggest the mother has some kind of disorder, where have I stated that is ok to beat her , if she is at any kind of fault?

            And living at home in an abusive situation is not always the best either.

            -Where have I stated that it is?

  14. There has to be something in between foster care and living with this abuse. Is there another relative, like a grandparent, aunt or uncle you could go live with? Or perhaps family friends who would be willing to take you in? Could you possibly go to the Imam of your mosque, tell him about the situation and he could intervene on your behalf? I know that telling strangers might make things worse for you at home, but it might be in your favor. Unfortunately you would have to be the judge of that. Alternatively you could try to limit the amount of time you spend at home as much as possible, by perhaps getting a job. This could be good for you long term as well, since as soon as you are legally and adult you can move out from your parents home and have your own life.

    If none of these are realistic options for you, you can go to a women's shelter. Depending on where you live, you may be able to find one that is culturally sensitive to Muslim women. Or, if you are in a Western country, you can get emancipated from your parents. This is a legal procedure where the court terminates your parents legal rights to you as their child, and you basically become an adult - that means that you can move out and live on your own. No matter what happens, know that this abusive treatment you are enduring is not a life sentence. Even if you cannot leave their home now, very soon you will be an adult and can leave and have your own life far way from your family. They will not be able to force you to live with them.

  15. If parents have no right to beat their children then why Prophet (SAW) said to beat the children if they do not perform salat???

  16. we should differentiate between the social problems and religious problem first then work. there can be big social problem due to lack in religious values, so the treatment should focus on the disease , how many children or victim of domestic violence escape or get shelter in another place other than their home?? where home is called as "Jannat" !!! here in this case a social problem has become a religious burdon, as parents were not GOOD or EDUCATED or JEALOUS or SICK or PERVERT or whatever. not following islam properly by the parents caused this child suffer. will the separation from mother bring happiness? does this child need a shelter home ? or the mother needs education(I am not talking about punishment) ? this problem is not created in one day, so the society needs to educate the parents first . taking any action against parents or separate the child may be done as emergency basis but not for long.

  17. This is child abuse. I strongly advise you to stand up to your parents and report them because it is wrong of them to beat you and starve you. They brought you into this world its there job to love and protect you. I dont even think your parents acknowledge there responsibilities. Your parents dont deserve kids at all in fact the authorities should take the kids off them.

    Can I ask do your parents treat your other siblings like this even starving them because I would be concerned.

  18. Call ACS the phone no is 18006351522. Take pictures of your mark and video tape all marks . WHEN YOU GO TO SCHOOL CALL ACS AND tell them you don't want anyone to know. If you have proof they will immediately take you from the home. You will stay one night in a foster home and then you can go to a family member who is willing to take you. You can request to be place in a Muslim home. I can take you... Are you in American ? Tell your teachers , and tell them not to tell your parents, they can say they saw marks or your distance behavior.

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