Zana Muhsen Message Board
Concerned posts on 6/13/2008 5:22:12 PM
you should all go and check out the Guardian at www.guardian.co.uk. Read the article filed earlier this year (2008) where the Guardian journalist interviews Nadia in the Yemen - with no-one else present.
I don't think that anything said here cancels out the horror of what happened to both Zana and Nadia, but at least one now knows Nadia is still alive and according to this report anyway, doing well.
Sofia posts on 6/4/2008 9:56:33 AM
hi zana i hope all is well... i have read both your books in fact i have just read 'a promise to nadia' i couldnt put the book now i read it in 1day... too many years have evaporated..? still no results. i have a sister called Nadia 1year younger than me, my goodness i would have died for her by now if she was in that situation... NO WAY NO WAY she would be still there!! NO WAY (by the way i am Yemeni, living in the uk... i have been Yemen many times.. i know totaly how the drill works) i know u have tried your best but i sit there and think decades have past and nothing is done?? the small chances that u got to meet her in Sana.. i was yelling at the pages 'grab her... and go....' and surly within time the kids will 100% join..." im not saying u havent done ur utmost best i know u have..yet im puzzled with how long its stretched out,,,, even if one had to throw themselves to the government buildings.. tie yourself to the gates, throw eggs at the walls anything to be seen and heard!!! ... some1 with authority surly would have come to ur aid by now.... were in 2008 .... im not superwomen, but surly i know i could be if my sister was trapped,,,, it seems like Nadia has excepted her destiny.. she needs to stay focus and know that she will leave,,,, that is what she really wants or is it?? from the bottom of my heart i pray for peace love and happiness for for u all xxxxx keep us updated Zana... thanks
carla posts on 6/2/2008 6:29:43 PM
to zana muhsen want to say that she need with all her strenght try to bring world eyes for what is happen to her sister its not different of madeleine mccann case. try your governement your are so inglish as the maccann. i pray to god tobring your sister back . i wish the best for you . but i will put my father in prision if he have done something like that to me. do it he is a dangaures person
all the best
carla from Portugal
Elena Glezou posts on 5/22/2008 10:05:11 AM
I am from Greece. When I read your book I was convulsed. It was a lesson of life for me. I admire your courage and strength and I hope you get your sister back. My prayers are with you.
elizabeth holmes posts on 5/14/2008 8:19:55 AM
hi, ive read both of the books and they are absoloutly brilliant and even made me cry. i wish i was brave enough to be able to write a book, but i know i never would...! your father is a hatefull person, he's absouloutly evil.
but there is nothing i can do because im only 13. i lit a canle for nadia and so did the rest of my family!
Nicola Clugston posts on 5/8/2008 6:01:36 AM
I have just finished reading A Promise to Nadia, again. I have both that and Sold. I first bought your book Sold about 10 years ago and read them every year to remind me of you. I will never forget your sadness. I have actually bought 2 copies of Sold as I lent it to so many people and read it so many times myself that it fell apart!!! I hope and wish that now on this date Nadia is free along with her children and they are together with you and your family. I understand that you would be mentally and physically drained but please never give up against these barbarians. I wish there was a magic way to fix everything, it makes me so angry everytime I think of it. Your father is the most hateful person I have ever heard of!! Love Nicola. xo.
Mimi posts on 5/5/2008 5:19:06 PM
Dear Zana. I don't kow if you'll ever read this message, but I figured that it couldn't hurts to try and reach you. I just finished reading 'A promise to Nadia' a few minutes ago, and I have to say that I'm touched. The thought that so many people would choose to ignore you and steal from you instead of helping you is outraging. I just wanted to let you know that you're voice has been heard. I'm 17 and live in Suriname, all the way in South-America. I not surprised if you don't know where Suriname is. Most people don't. just so you know, I will pray for you and your sister. Please let your readers know where Nadia is now. I would love to get an update. And just some advice. God know your life and your worries. Give them to God and He'll help ease the pain and make you stronger for the fight. God bless and stay strong.
marina conforti posts on 4/20/2008 10:23:41 PM
hola zana quisiera saber que es de nadia y sus hijos y el tuyo por favor acabo de leer una promesa a nadia y quede desesperada
Antonina posts on 4/12/2008 4:03:13 AM
Zana please you have to tell me if your sister Nadia is ok, if she finaly could come back to England. Your are both actually 40 years old, what happend all this time? I need to know, i want to know or help or to do something. I really would like to see you because i admire you! I m half iranien and i m in anger with these countries. I need to have news from Nadia as if it was my sister!
Talia posts on 4/7/2008 2:00:05 AM
I have just finishedd reading both 'sold' and 'a promise to Nadia'. i am only fourteen, but i have an iranian friend and she tells me about this. i really hope you and Nadia are reunited now, and cant even imagine the pain this has caused you two. Never give up, no matter what anyone says.
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