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ومن موقع آخر
Thu Oct 22, 3:28 AM ET A Muslim cleric holds baby Ali Yakubov at his house in Kizlyar in Russia's Dagestan Region, October 19, 2009. A "miracle" baby has brought a kind of mystical hope to people in Russia's mostly Muslim southern fringe who are increasingly desperate in the face of Islamist violence. From hunchbacked grandmas to schoolboys, hundreds of pilgrims lined up this week in blazing sunshine to get a glimpse of 9-month-old baby Ali Yakubov, on whose body they say verses from the Koran appear and fade every few days. Picture taken October 19, 2009.REUTERS/Amir Amirov
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وقال رجل دين مسلم يحمل الطفل علي ياكوبوف في منزله في كيزليار في منطقة داغستان الروسية ، أكتوبر 19 ، 2009. وقال "معجزة" طفل جلبت نوعا من الأمل للناس في باطني لروسيا هامش معظمهم من المسلمين الذين جنوب يائس على نحو متزايد في مواجهة عنف المتشددين الاسلاميين. من grandmas احدب لتلاميذ المدارس ، ومئات من الحجاج واصطف هذا الاسبوع تحت أشعة الشمس للحصول على لمحة من 9 اشهر طفل علي ياكوبوف ، على جثته يقولون آيات من القرآن الكريم تظهر وتتلاشى كل بضعة أيام. صورة التي مأخوذة 19 أكتوبر 2009. (رويترز) / عمير Amirov
ومن موقع آخر
9 Month Old Ali Yakubov With Koran On Body
A 9-month old baby boy has left doctors baffled in Russia after phrases from the holy Koran began appearing on his skin. These sayings from the Islamic holy book are said to appear on nine-month-old Ali Yakubov's back, arms, legs and stomach, before fading away and being replaced with new sayings.
Ali's parents were left stunned when the word Allah appeared on Ali Yakubov's chin soon after his birth. Since then scores of writings in the Arabic script have appeared almost all over his body. Medics have denied that the marks are from someone writing on the child's skin.
The kid's mother, Madina Yakubov, said that she and her husband were not religious until the words started appearing on his skin.
Ever since the phenomenon started, the boy has become a focus of Muslim homage in his home province of Dagestan, close to war-ravaged Chechnya in the south of Russia.
Local MP Akhmedpasha Amiralaev said: "This boy is a pure sign of God. Allah sent him to Dagestan in order to stop revolts and tension in our republic."
The baby boy's mother said: "Normally those signs appear twice a week - on Mondays and on the nights between Thursdays and Fridays.
"Ali always feels bad when it is happening. He cries and his temperature goes up."
"It's impossible to hold him when it's happening, his body is actively moving, so we put him into his cradle. It's so hard to watch him suffering."
ومن موقع آخر
(Oct. 22) -- Thousands of Muslims have been traveling to a remote town in a war-torn region of southern Russian hoping to see verses from Islam's holy book appear on the skin of a "miracle baby."
The parents of 9-month-old Ali Yakubov said the word "Allah" appeared on his chin soon after his birth, The Sun reported.
Itar-Tass / Landov
Pink writing appears on the leg of 9-month-old Ali Yakubov. His parents say verses from the Quran appear and fade on the baby's body.