SHOCKING images show a run-down apartment covered in human feces where a cruel mother left her baby to die.
Little Nafahat Diini died of a treatable chest infection after weeks of being neglected by Fartun Jamal, 25.
The 11-month-old was forced to live in the “messy and filthy” house in Brent Park, north-west London.
The cramped and dirty apartment was littered with lunch boxes, dirty plates and diapers.
Paramedics found Nafahat in a broken cot in a room where human feces had been smeared on the walls and windows.
Today Jamal was jailed for five and a half years after being found guilty of causing Nafahat’s death through neglect.
She was also found guilty of three counts of child abuse involving Nafahat and another child.
Harrow Crown Court heard that Jamal had conducted a series of chilling web searches that resulted in Nafahat’s death on March 13, 2019.
She looked up “I can’t get along with my child anymore” and “I want to give up my child”.
Jamal also didn’t take her baby to a doctor, despite knowing she was unwell with a “very high temperature” and loss of appetite.
Tragically, she could have been saved if Jamal had sought proper medical attention, the court said.
On February 22, social services visited after a babysitter raised concerns about the condition of the home.
But they warned Jamal about the visit and she cleaned up before they arrived.
A second unannounced visit was arranged on the day Nafahat died.
Instead, paramedics were muddled by a neighbor after Jamal said she had a dream that her daughter “stopped breathing” and then found her lifeless.
Jamal was imprisoned for it
Detective Chief Inspector Madeline Ryder said after the hearing: “This is an absolutely tragic case which resulted in the needless death of an innocent baby.
“No child should ever have to suffer like this.
“Baby Nafahat was only 11 months old when she died in deplorable conditions, surrounded by walls covered in faeces.
“She died of an illness that was very, very treatable if Jamal had bothered to see a doctor.
“Even more staggering is that her GP’s office was less than 70 meters from where she died and could be seen from Nafahat’s bedroom window, so help for Nafahat was very easy to reach.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/18374768/mum-jailed-baby-died-filthy-home-neglect/ In a run-down apartment full of feces and snack boxes, where the baby died after being neglected by the obnoxious mother for weeks, May 25