Betty Mahmoody Message Board
Samuel posts on 4/23/2011 6:54:27 PM
I watched and enjoyed the film based on your book last night. It does remind me some of "Ayan Hirsi Ali" story.
It makes me so aware that others in foreign countres and in our very own NZ society who might need some help escape from a bad situation to something better. God bless your efforts. Thanks again. S
Maryam posts on 3/28/2011 11:53:39 PM
Dear Betty, I married a Yemeni man here in the usa back in 1986, we moved to Dubai for 23 years (it was supposed to be for a coupld years) I had 3 daughter and we lived a very familar lifestyle. I always wished to come home but refused to leave with out my daughters. and just 2 weeks ago I finally did it. we are back home and away from all the oppression and abuse. Your story has always been an inspriation for me and my daughters. I just wonder what happened when you got back??? although we are safe in USA I'm still scared for our safety.
Judith posts on 1/4/2011 6:47:47 PM
Just want to share that in 1984 I married a wonderful man from Iran who did not what to go home to war...I loved him and always will but did not marry to stay married...It touched me to tears years ago when I read your story for at the same time as you seeking help to escape the war in Iran I was helping on of them here. (I am a year younger than you & he is 11 years younger than myself). We are still friends and talk often.
Claudia posts on 12/30/2010 3:55:50 PM
I love this movie. I was trapped with an abuser right here in the USA for almost 12 years. I finally had my chance to escape, and took it ! my escape doesn't even scratch the surface of what this brave and daring woman had to endure. I am so proud of you, Betty. May God bless you with every blessing imaginable !
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Jojy John Alphonso posts on 12/17/2010 2:38:23 AM
I read your story and also Mr. Mahmoody version of events. I want to believe your version.
You have been an inspiration for people around the world and will continue to be so. Your book was wonderful reading.
Dolly posts on 12/13/2010 7:38:35 AM
I recently read your book 'Not without my daughter'. All I can say that there was so much pain, it made me cry. A child maturing at such tender age, a mother who held very true to her words and promises to her daughter, your struggle and freedom is beyond words. Words are short to applaud your courage, your family who constantly supported you, and none-the-less little Mahtob. God bless you all and may none face such turmoil in life.
Nilima Remulkar posts on 12/10/2010 7:14:48 AM
I am a big fan of yours. I have read and re-read ur book many times. Can fully understand what u went through back then. U r a source of inspiration to the womankind. My warmest wishes for you and Mahtob.
maria asuncion salas dual posts on 12/2/2010 10:13:33 AM
hello Nathly , i have look for you at fecebook but i have not been able to found you,please my is susi salas dual,waiting to heare from you soom , thank you
maria asuncion salas dual posts on 12/1/2010 9:28:26 PM
hello betty ,my children weare abdacted by the father to algeria after i ask for divorce for violence. now i am in algeria hoping to get then by law, but now 8 month have no result,as i am all by my self,i can not be without my children.please can you help me.
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