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      Con solo seis años de edad, Yernar Alibekov luce como un anciano debido a una extraña enfermedad genética conocida como síndrome de Ehlers-Danlos.
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       Media filiación de Miriam Estefani: ojos cafés, cabello castaño, tez blanca, mentón cuadrado, mide 1.50 metros, complexión delgada, boca mediana, labios regulares, ceja poblada, nariz mediana, frente mediana.
      Señas particulares: cicatriz de quemadura en el cuello, el hombreo izquierdo un lunar negro.
      Vestimenta: blusa de escuela, pantalón azul, tenis blancos, suéter verde escolar
       Media filiación de Vanesa ojos color café, cabello negro, tez morena clara, mentón oval, mide 1.25 metros, complexión delgada, boca chica, labios delgados, ceja poblada, nariz chica, frente mediana.
      Señas particulares: cicatriz en la pierna derecha y en la ceja derecha
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       La parte reportante manifiesta que el 14 de febrero las no localizadas salieron del Templo JW Testigos de Jehová ubicado en la colonia Manuel M Ponce, y ya no regresaron.
       Por lo anterior,  se solicita la colaboración de la ciudadanía, para que en caso de tener información o datos sobre su posible paradero, lo reporte a la Unidad Estatal Investigadora de Búsqueda de Personas no Localizadas, o se comunique en Tijuana a los números telefónicos (664) 634-66-21 ó al 900-7430 extensiones 1702 y 1703, o bien al número de emergencias 911 ó al de denuncia anónima 089.
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      Santo Domingo.- Durante una entrevista telefónica en el programa La Receta Médica de la Z, el director del Instituto de Oncología Dr. Heriberto Pieter, José Ramírez, informó el pasado miércoles 3 de enero, que un niño de 16 días de nacido fue diagnosticado con leucemia y para tratar de salvarle la vida necesita una transfusión de sangre, pero sus padres se oponen a que reciba la transfusión, por ser Testigos de Jehová.
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      “Nosotros no podemos manejar una leucemia con las manos amarradas”, fue la razón que dieron doctores en un hospital público para no recibir al bebe señaló Ramírez.
      Tras ser cuestionado en el programa, José Ramírez indicó que recibieron al bebe en el Instituto de Oncología Dr. Heriberto Pieter, a pesar de que los padres se oponen a la transfusión porque apelan al derecho a la vida y “como médicos están para tratar los casos”.
      Explicó que el niño todavía no estaba recibiendo el tratamiento que necesita porque antes está consultando con el abogado del hospital, ya que según él, ese grupo religioso tiene una importante organización médico-legal.
      Recalcó que sin la transfusión sanguínea “es muy difícil” que la vida del infante se salve.
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      Un niño de 6 años de edad debía ser transfundido de sangre, pero los padres que profesan el culto “Testigos de Jehová” lo prohibían. La médica pediatra que atendía al niño y la abogada del nosocomio interpusieron recurso a la justicia que finalmente lo autorizó.
      La decisión del juzgado de menores se fundamentó especialmente en el derecho que tiene todo niño a la vida , previsto en el artículo art 6 de la Convención de los Derechos del Niño, y a la salud que propone el artículo 24 de la CDN, este último entendido como derecho al disfrute del más alto nivel posible de salud y servicios de tratamientos de las enfermedades y rehabilitación de la salud.
      Cabe señalar que la petición fue realizada por la abogada del Hospital de Bariloche a requerimiento de una médica pediatra tratante del niño. Por ello convocó a la Defensora de Menores en turno y a la Jueza de Familia a fin de resolver la situación médica de urgencia que presentaba eñ niño de 6 años de edad, quien de acuerdo a su cuadro, requería una tranfusión de globulos rojos, al cual los padres se negaban por ser miembros del culto “Testigos de Jehova”.
      Tras constituirse en el hospital y mantener una entrevistar con la pediatra y una conversación con los familiares, se procedió a autorizar, con anuencia de la Defensora de Menores, la transfusión, sin perjuicio de acordar con la médica tratante que se haría uso de la transfusión sí y sólo si resultaba imprescindible.
      Cabe señalar que se intentó tomar contacto con el niño, pero al advertir que estaba descansando y atento su corta edad se entendió innecesario perturbar su descanso.
      Se ha consignado en la resolución que este derecho colisiona en apariencia con el derecho de los padres a profesar religión y educar a sus hijos bajo los preceptos de esta creencia. En este sentido se ha mencionado que ” la responsabilidad parental que la ley pone en cabeza de los padres, debe ser ejercida en consonancia con los principios rectores que el 639 del CCyC establece. Los padres de menores de 13 años, ejercen la representación legal siempre y cuando sus decisiones no pongan en riesgo al niño, ya que se trata de un derecho pero fundamentalmente de un deber. Cuando se involucran derechos personalísimos, aparece un límite dado que ningún derecho es absoluto, y tampoco el que surge de la responsabilidad parental.
      También se destacó que “…La Observación General N° 7 del Comité de los Derechos del Nño, dedicada justamente a la realización de los derechos del niño en la primera infancia, consigna entre sus objetivos, que las costumbres y prácticas locales deben respetarse salvo en los caso que contravienen los derechos del niño (Objetivo 2 inciso e.)
      La sentencia de la Jueza Pájaro ha recordado que “… las autorizaciones para transfundir en casos de personas que profesan la religión de los padres de Daniel, es recurrente en nuestros Tribunales pese a que la Corte Suprema de Justicia resolvió el caso Bahamondez en 1993. En este sentido se ha dicho que “…Es interesante sin embargo advertir que hubo fundamentos disimiles y que algunos jueces consideraron que la cuestión se dirimía en base a las previsiones del art 19 de la Carta Magna mientras que otros encontraban el sustento en la libertad de culto. No obstante ello y cualquiera sea el fundamento a que se eche mano, está claro que los jueces no debemos interferir en la decisión adoptada por un adulto en pleno conocimiento de las consecuencias de su decisión con cumplimiento cabal del consentimiento informado….”
      La situación es distinta en caso de niños, se ha consignado, y más delicada aún en niños pequeños y con discapacidad, que no pueden expresar opinión. En este caso, se suman características que potencian su vulnerabilidad: Corta edad, discapacidad y una concreta patología no determinada aún. “…El que sus padres profesen determinada religión no permite pensar que son los dueños de su hijo sólo por haberlo engendrado….”
      Cabe destacar que los padres, inmediatamente de ser informados acerca de la decisión judicial de autorizar la transfusión, manifestaron que la acatarían sin objeciones, que entendían los motivos y que agradecían la labor y trato humano y ético de la pediatra.
      Los padres no obstaculizaron la transfusión pero consideraron que no podían prestar el consentimiento que por ese motivo, por ello la Jueza suscribió en uso de la facultad que la ley le acuerda en la inteligencia de que esa era la mejor alternativa para el niño.
      “…Cada quien tiene derecho a profesar el culto que desee y tomar las decisiones sobre su salud solamente con las limitaciones que la ley establece siempre y cuando esas decisiones libres y voluntarias no afecten a terceros: El hijo, en este caso, es un tercero. Es su vida y su salud las que están en juego….” señala el fallo.
      En lo sustancial este es el nudo de la resolución y en función de los derechos en pugna previa ponderación de los intereses afectados, correspondía autorizar la práctica. Ello por cuanto el Estado -que la Jueza de Familia representa- tiene la responsabilidad inderogable de asegurar los derechos humanos y personalisimos de todas las personas y más aún de aquellas en especial condición de vulnerabilidad.
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    • correction 2. Kings 2:9 @Witness , I read material in link. I like wording in there speaking about knowledge in mind and love in heart. But, of course, when this two working in harmony, results (fruits) are better.
    • Here's a start. But I can't get into Daniel 4 without something like the following as a "preamble:"   "What Does Bible Chronology Indicate About the Year 1914?" The Bible’s answer I will come again and will receive you home to myself, so that where I am you also may be. (John 14:4) For the creation is waiting with eager expectation for the revealing of the sons of God. (Romans 8:19) Bible chronology is a topic that has intrigued many Bible readers for centuries. The desire to see Jesus return has driven many to focus on combinations of Biblical numbers and dates so that these combinations will usually point to Jesus' return in their own lifetime, or at least the very near future. Now that we are 2,000 years from the time that Jesus walked the earth, preached, and died, there are very few ways to manipulate prophetic numbers so they will reach our own time period. There are the 1,260 days of Revelation and Daniel, which are also called "three and one-half times." And there are some other periods mentioned in Daniel including the 1,290 days, 1,335 days, and 2,300 evenings and mornings. The common method for making such periods end in our own day has been to turn each day into a year. But this leaves us in the "middle of nowhere" if we were to count back from today. For example, 2020 minus 1260 brings us to 760 C.E. somewhere in the Middle Ages. Adding 1260 to the date of Jesus' birth, baptism, death or resurrection would similarly bring us to dates in the 13th century C.E. Using the number 2300 from any event in the lifetime of Jesus life would point to a time nearly 300 years in the future, and this would have very little appeal to a Bible scholar or anyone with an eager expectation. And pointing back 2,300 years from today takes us to 280 B.C.E., another point that is nearly 300 years before Jesus and as much as 300 years after any major event in the kingdom of Israel or Judea.  Other "clever" methods have been used to reach modern times. In the 18th and 19th centuries it was common for Protestants to point back only 1,260 years to reach some seemingly important events in Catholic history. (For example, 1800 CE minus 1,260 years brings us to 540 CE., when the Holy Roman Empire was losing its grip on Europe.) Another method was to look at the number of years between the time of Jesus and a "modern" date, and then look at that same period of time in the B.C.E. period, looking for a potentially significant event. In other words, if it were nearly 1843 CE, for example, they would look to see if anything interesting might have happened in 1843 B.C.E. If this method pointed near to anything significant (like the birth of Jacob/Israel or the death of Jacob/Israel) then there was only a need to adjust a few years in either direction to find many other potentially significant dates that were "exactly" a certain number of years before events in Jesus' life. Counting forward that same number of years might be expected to result in dates of parallel significance in their own modern times. A natural goal would be to find a Biblical time period that was either closer to 2,000 to reach events in Jesus' lifetime on earth, or as high as 2,600 or more to reach back to the end of the kings of Israel or Judea. In the 19th century, several writers and preachers began looking for just such a period of time, and they found it in the "seven times." After all, if "three and one-half times" was 1,260 days, then "seven times" would a period that was twice that long: 2,520 days, i.e., 2520 years. This was an ideal way to reach from the 19th century back to the final kings of Jerusalem. Some found that 2,520 reached back to King Josiah and found significance there. Some found it reached back to the time when Babylon began attacking the kings in Jerusalem and found some significance there. 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The total market capitalization accounts for $202.5 billion at the time of publication. Keep track of top crypto markets in real time here Speaking at ELEV8CON in Las Vegas on Dec. 10, founder and CEO of Celsius Network Alex Mashinsky said that there is a war brewing between centralized and decentralized networks. "The centralization of the Internet by companies such as Facebook and Google has created a distorted reality where fake news and blatant lies get the same treatment as documented truths,” said Mashinsky. Mashinsky said that the rise of centralized social media networks has resulted in an increase in fake news, causing a great deal of confusion regarding the basic facts of issues and events. Mashinsky also noted that fake news stories tend to increase reader engagement, which is then gets converted into huge profits for companies like Facebook and Google. “If such lies bring engagement (which is immediately converted into huge profits) then they deserve to be pushed and promoted by the world’s best algorithms, which work tirelessly to extract every dollar out of them. No need to worry about our democracy or human rights, corporate mega-profits can cure all ills if we just issue PR that we donated 1% of what we made to a school or the disabled,” said Mashinsky. A blockchain-based solution Mashinsky told Cointelegraph that a blockchain-based data platform is the only solution capable of combating fake news. A system such as this can verify the identity of users and the authenticity of data, bringing a much-needed layer of transparency to the online world. Mashinsky mentioned that a project like EOS Voice, which uses blockchain technology to record the inner operations of its network, will be one of the first decentralized applications to bring trust to the internet. EOS Voice is a social media platform that was unveiled by EOS creator Bock.One. The beta version is scheduled to launch on Feb.14, 2020. Unlike centralized social media networks that extract personal user information without permission, all operations across EOS Voice are recorded on the blockchain. Moreover, while Mashinsky noted that social networks are vulnerable to fake news due to the fact that anyone can post whatever they please, EOS Voice users must verify their identities. This provides a way to decrease fake accounts and illegitimate content, as everything posted can be traced back to specific people. Yet while platforms like EOS Voice are being brought to market, Mashinsky pointed out that gaining user traction remains a challenge. “Platforms designed to protect us and act in our best interest already exist. We are just waiting for 7 billion people to discover them. When they do, the entire internet will become an application on the blockchain” said Mashinsky. Blockchain economics To his point, Mashinsky presented a slide during his keynote entitled, “Blockchain Economics.” Written on the slide was “E=MC2”. In this case, E stood for Ethereum, M stood for members, and C stood for Consensus. “If you want the Ethereum blockchain to ever be valuable you need members and consensus,” explained Mashinsky. Mashinsky ended his keynote by explaining that we already went through the blockchain hype curve, but that we still need to cross the chasm. He noted that stable coins are a great stepping stone to get people to understand the potential of cryptocurrency. He also recommended to stop using centralized networks entirely: “The amazing thing is that if we stop this addiction, Facebook will lose their power and disappear just as fast as they got hold of it. How do I know that? I helped make the old phone companies that charged $700 a month to disappear. Now, it’s free because [Voice over IP] allows us to take the power back and leave these toll collectors behind. It is up to us to decide if the future will be more centralized or decentralized.” https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-briefly-breaks-above-7-500-after-sec-approves-btc-fund
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    • One can only open someones eyes if they are really searching for the truth.  I apologize if I have become too skeptical about the motives of people who contribute on this forum.  There is enough evidence here to suggest that I may be correct. 
    • Jesus said they will know my disciples because the love among them. What kind of love? The love of Jesus which is self-sacrificing love.  Yes, I am prepared to give my life for my brothers. This is love in action. During the Rwanda genocide brothers hid other families from the other tribe under their homes in holes..... if they were found out they faced immediate death by machetti  or gun.... this is self-sacrificing love amongst our African brothers. Do the other churches in USA teach this kind of love?  I bet your grear great grandmother who lived then (if she lived in USA) was a great racist.... just indicating that historical context does matter. 
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