Zana Muhsen Message Board
danielel gregory posts on 8/3/2009 11:36:44 AM
cannot believe the ending!!! really would like to know whats happened to her sister still stuck in that terrible country and nightmare??? anyone know? i would of left my child too.
Natalia posts on 7/31/2009 5:50:05 PM
i cant explain words what i feel. the book "sold" was passed on to me by co-worker and from the time i began it till the second i finished-just now- my heart feels heavy. i hope in all my heart that nadia is ok, i pray that things for your family get as close to normality as possible. i read some info on wiki pedia that i think is false. you should get that changed. ive grown to love you zana, and your every bit of woman i hope to also be...you are an inspiration
Nicky posts on 7/27/2009 4:34:31 PM
I've just finished SOLD too. I am wondering the same thing. Perhaps we should email Eileen at the Observer (If she is still working there). That or write letters to the Yemen emabssy in London. Surely if Nadia has dual citizenship and wishes to come home to where she was born she should be granted. Maybe, its the matter of getting Amnesty International to petition her release??
Andrea posts on 7/21/2009 6:10:27 AM
Its couple years ago the last book was written, is there anyone who knows anything about Zana and her family?
Hope the best
Sharon posts on 7/20/2009 9:48:16 PM
Zana and family. I'm from Australia and have just finished reading SOLD & PROMISE TO NADIA and I am so saddened and shocked to realise this is still going on. It is unacceptable that Nadia has not been rescued and given the chance to live a normal life of raising her children like we all have, not to mention that you shouldnt have been taken away in the first place. Please know that our thoughts and love are with you. Have you had any postive progress??
glenda posts on 7/11/2009 5:35:07 AM
I'll pray for your sister, for you and your family.
rosaria posts on 7/7/2009 7:47:49 AM
Ciao...sono italiana e ho letto Vendute e Ti salverò....sono senza parole di fronte ad una tragedia così grande...e ancora di più mi sconvolge la completa assenza delle autorità inglesi...Come possono permettere che Nadia continui a soffrire così, e come possono permettere che che sia schiava di una vita che non le appartiene.....il mio cuore è con voi....
Andrea posts on 7/4/2009 9:04:32 AM
Iam so glad to hear Zana Muhsen also come back to UK. I wish you both the best luck in UK.
Sharmila posts on 7/1/2009 1:00:38 PM
hello...ive read Jamais sans ma fille a couple of years ago..and now i just finished reading today vendues! im completely disgusted by what happened and im extremely impressed by how both of u..Zana and Nadia have survived such horrible treatment and disrespect..(along with all the physical and verbal abuses you have suffered)i cannot begin to imagine your situation at that time..and if i hadent read your book, i would have probably never known the true situation of many young girls..For me the idea of being sold was ancient..to this day id never thought that people still lived like this..now i know and the more people know the more we can fight together to improve lives worlwide!Best wishes to u both and your family
Maria Eva Mozzicafreddo posts on 6/30/2009 3:40:45 AM
Hola soy de Argentina y me gustaria saber que paso con su hermana nadia lei el primer libro el segundo nunca lo consegui y en verdad estoy junto a ustedes mi familia tambien. Deseamos de todo corazon que nadia vuelva a su pais. me encantaria recibir pronto novedades muchas gracias
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