Zana Muhsen Message Board
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
Lies posts on 6/23/2009 8:17:51 PM
Hi,I hope you and Nadia are doing well!Can you tell me when Nadia did return to England?And has she been able to bring her kids??I'm really so glad for both of you!!
dario posts on 6/23/2009 7:03:49 AM
Non sono amante dei libri ma quando ho visto il titolo di copertina del libro vendute sono rimasto incuriosito.
Poi leggendo mi sono reso conto della gravitÃ¡ della cosa,avrei voluto fare la mia parte intervenendo con soldi e potere oppure come batman ma la realta Ã¨ un altra e piÃº che batman ha vinto la perseveranza e l amore di zana per la sua famiglia e per la liberta,ho detto a mia moglie che non vedo l ora di conoscere Zana , il fratello e Nadia.Rivivo grandi emozioni a motivo del fatto che sono di papa iraniano e madre italiana .
Ma mio padre benche ha i suoi difetti non Ã¨ paragonabile al padre di zana.Una volta nel 1979 siamo stati un mese in vacanza in Iran poi di li a poco Ã¨ scoppiata la rivoluzine ,immagginate hanno detto a mia madre che se voleva tornare (a motivo che facevano problemi per il rientro)doveva lasciare i suoi 5 figli in Iran,non se le fatto dire due volte,siamo rimasti un altro mese non piu per vacanza e grazie al fratello di mio padre siamo ruscitia partire,che donna coraggiosa mia madre.Non vedo l ora di leggermi il secondo libro....nella speranza che mentre lo leggo sento la notizia al tg delle liberazione di nadia.Ciao a tutti e mostrimoci grati per la nostra liberta che il buon Dio ci ha dato e usiamola bene .
marija posts on 6/14/2009 6:23:28 AM
Hello zana, I've read the books, it is so sad what has happend to you, yur mother and most of all to your sister nadia. Your father's and all other milions of muslim men, the aim is to make babies as many as possible to tide the women down and control them and treat them like animals. Evil men.Zana have trust in God.May God Bless you. Where is Nadia now?
H.muhsen posts on 6/13/2009 6:42:20 PM
I am family to nadia and zana muhsen. They are both here in the UK and they are doing fine. THANK GOD! they are getting on well with their lives happily!
kato posts on 6/5/2009 8:34:04 AM
i finished sold today, im from norway, I think every person in the world should read this book, it is just too intense, most of the young people today don’t care so much about the reality that we are living, instead they prefer twilight and stuff like that.. im 19 years old.. after reading this book, I feel so weird, like it just happened to me, I would love to get known with zana mushen , If i just could do something for them.. anything, I don’t know how they are today or where they are, I h been searching about zana and her sister on google, but I cant find recent news.i would even get married with nadia so she could get out of there..i would like to receive any tipe of recent update, please zana answer!!or anybody! Ill prey for you and your sister, you er my bigget inspiration..
Deborah Lancaster posts on 5/11/2009 5:28:51 PM
I just finished "Sold" and "A Promise to Nadia". I live in the United States and would like to receive any type of recent update. Is Nadia still in Yemen?
vicky posts on 4/24/2009 4:22:49 PM
I have read all that happen to zana i know that it is very difficult for her.I want to know what had happende to nadia and her children please post a note.
Linda posts on 4/12/2009 7:32:27 AM
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. In a country of equity and equal rights for women it is unacceptable that Nadia has not been rescued and given the chance to live a normal life of raising her children, popping to the shops, laughing with family, swimming and all the other things we do day-to-day and take for granted.
Zana, I know you will never give up and I want you to know that my thoughts and the thoughts of my family are with you and yours.
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