Tag Archives: Women of Middle East

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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Never turn away from a woman in need

When one is aware of a human rights situation that is tricky and a reaction might cause anger, it is very easy to walk away. Although it is makes for tense moments, I encourage all women and men to never … Continue reading

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