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CELEBRATE for two deserving people have won the NOBEL PEACE PRIZE

NICE TO REPORT GOOD NEWS:  Those on the front lines fighting for girls and women tend to agree that nothing is more important than education.  Education changes boys as well as girls.  Without education, few things will change for the … Continue reading

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Exclusive interview with International Bestselling author Jean Sasson From writing Princess More Tears to Cry I can tell you that Saudi women are changing their world and that Princess Sultana is bringing their victories public.  Women are driving openly and … Continue reading

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Visiting with Princess Sultana Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia

Although I have been fortunate to tell the stories of a number of courageous women, (Mayada of Iraq, Najwa Binladin of Syria and Saudi Arabia, Joanna Al-Askari of Kurdistan, Maryam of Afghanistan, Yasmeena of Lebanon) and one man (Omar Binladin of Saudi Arabia) … Continue reading

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PRINCESS SULTANA – your replies to her question

Thanks to everyone of you who responded in such a positive manner.  You have my apologies that it took me so long to get back with you.  As I have mentioned, I am finishing my 11th book (YES!) and I … Continue reading

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I’m glad to be alive to see what I am seeing!

I am glad to be alive to witness the current social and political movements which are occurring in the Middle East. Not since after the end of World War I, with the collapse of the Ottoman Empire (which controlled most … Continue reading

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Princess Sultana

Princess Sultana, the heroine Saudi Arabian princess featured in The Princess Trilogy, is visiting one of her children in Europe. Since telephone calls and internet use is routinely monitored in her country, she, as many other Saudi Arabians, tends to … Continue reading

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