The Yemeni mother who was fighting to be able to see her dying child for the last time will be able to reach her child. The woman, Shaima Swileh, finished a question from the American trip Donald Trump who accepted her to leave Egypt, where she lives, to California and see her son Abdullah Hassan. The child is two years old and is now at the end of life. The mother - according to US media quoting Basim Elkarra, of the Council for American Islamic relations - intends to leave for San Francisco today, after receiving a visa from the State Department. The visa was denied because Yemen, the woman's country, is considered a danger and banned by Trump for security reasons.
The denunciation of the family of the little Abdullah - The news of the refusal for the woman to leave to say goodbye to her son has provoked a great mobilization on the net in favor of the Yemeni family. The child, an American citizen like his father, suffers from a genetic brain disease that forces him into a hospital bed in Oakland, California. Shaima Swileh had already submitted a visa application, but in response she had obtained a no. "All that the mother wants is to hold her hand for the last time before the life support comes off," said the boy's father, Ali Hassan's 22-year-old to the media. And after the young man's appeal to the appeal, the American embassy in Cairo granted his mother's visa. The grandfather of the child, Fawzi Hassan, told the San Francisco chronicle that the family is waiting for the mother to hold the child "in his arms" and then remove the respirator. Funds for women have been paid for the flight and the child's funeral will also be paid.