The 2-Headed Baby Miracle | The Oprah Winfrey Show | Oprah Winfrey Network
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In 2005, Oprah sat down with Naglaa Mohamed, whose daughter, Manar, was born with Croniopagus Parasiticus, or two heads. Doctors were then forced to … .

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33 thoughts on “The 2-Headed Baby Miracle | The Oprah Winfrey Show | Oprah Winfrey Network

  1. I feel sad hearing the bodyless sibling 'a parasitic head' or see photo of the sibling uncovered whilst the other sibling was fully clothed and held. Surely, both babies can feel the cold and should be covered…

  2. The horror music everytime they showed Islam was really disgusting. She was conjoined yes but no different to someone born without limbs and people with that type of disability live healthy lives.

  3. This was absolutely disgusting how they treated baby Islam like nothing but a DEFECT! Both were lost by the way. Manar was later lost from a brain infection! May God have mercy on ALL INVOLVED. Including OPERA, who was simply looking to cash in on the murder of one soul. It was also filmed that Islam had feelings, she cried when scared, and smiled when happy. They murdered Islam in an attempt to give Manar a "normal" life. They cashed in on the publicity, the hospital, the doctors and all involved. All while KNOWING the possibility of either child surviving was next to nil. Even if Manar survived, she still was going to have a shortened lifespan. As a parent myself, I am appalled at the fact that ANY parent would exchange the life of 1 of their children, to give another child some extra time. NO CHILD had ever survived this surgery! This was nothing more than an after birth ABORTION! The doctors were looking to be the 1st and gain fame if they were successful. While all they did achieve was double murder by getting the family to sign off on a free operation. The doctors were playing God attempting to separate 2 souls which were forced to share 1 body. Even at the best case scenario, they were killing baby Islam, and OPERA is a SICK P.O.S. for celebrating it. This story broke my heart. Those 2 girls were not a science experment or a side show, nor should they have been treated or paraded around as such. RIP Islam and Manar.

  4. I do not agree with what the Oprah show did.

    It's like one of those "freak shows" they use to have 150 years ago.

    parading her and her child out on TV for a few mins with a crazy story, house wives can gawk and gasp at.

    The gasping of the audience was shaming.

    Giving her god knows how much (not enough) for her "interview" and then back to Egypt.

    I don't like this at all.

  5. So uneducated the baby was a conjoined twin not a parasitic head the baby had lungs and a heart just no limbs….I understand that the other babys life was in danger so I know why they separated them but they should have treated the other baby with dignity put him to sleep during separation to ease the pain they only put one baby to sleep while the other one stayed awake feeling everything it's so sad how people can't realize that baby had a soul it wasn't just extra skin or body parts

  6. The amount of ignorance in the comments. The operation was something that needed to be done, otherwise the undeveloped baby (called parasitic baby cause it acts as a parasite) would have killed or made life too difficult for the other twin to have a chance at a normal life. Don't let your emotions control you people… sometimes hard and tough desicions need to be made. It is sad but its what needs to be done.

  7. Manar and Islaam were two individual human beings. Islaam was not a 'parasitic head', she was a girl who had a mind and a soul. Shame on you Oprah for not referring to her as a human being. Both are now deceased, and together with God.

  8. Yet another confirmation that Oprah is an entitled creep with no respect for boundaries. I've never understood the obsession folks have for her. As a small child, I remember reading her energy and not liking her one bit.

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