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One only needs to read her blog to sense the childish enthusiasm that imbues her words as she shares her space travel experience.
I like to say, if Ansari could have explored space without paying a hefty sum of money, she would have done so; that unfortunately, the price tag of following our dreams is often hefty.
Imagine the case: 1) an abusive boyfriend who has already fled to Dubai , 2) a government and police system that will definitely kill her -- in her soul and heart, if not literally.
And 3) family and friends and radical Moslems who will criticize her for corrupting their image!
Soon after the first few weeks of tension and when the distrust of the primary encounter had worn off, Ensy found a new ally at home.
Many of you may not know what the meaning of "being trapped" in Iran is. No matter what the reason, "siaasi" or "akhlaaghi" (political or moral), they have a way to make you feel you want to die. Mahsa Meshki I like to say, that in exercising her passion, Ansari has exercised godliness and perhaps attained it.Doing so, implies that religion informs the rights of all those labelled as Muslim (including very often people like myself - an atheist). More importantly, why must women’s rights issues be discussed within the framework of religion or for that matter, with regard to the beliefs -- real or imputed - of the woman whose rights are being discussed? For example, do we discuss domestic violence vis-à-vis Christian women or in the context of Christianity?Sophie Saviour In the last couple of days everyone is talking about the UCLA student and I am thinking of Zahra Amir-Ebrahimi, the woman in Iran who is being abused in many dimensions and perhaps without any support!I thus clearly knew that the wearing of the compulsory hijab and abiding by other rules of the Islamic regime would be detrimental to my psyche; so I returned with the internal attitude of an observing sociologist and not of a woman, in order to cope with the offensive and alienating social environment in new Iran Marjan Abdi Having inherited the foundation of Human Rights from a just emperor, Cyrus the Great 2500 years ago, we must be able to rather teach the world how to develop human souls to eradicate crime; whereas, shamefully enough, we are witnessing the fact that today all the basic human rights are simply being violated in the very land of the founder of them!Stoning is a destructive encouragement to potential inclination to crime, which is hidden in every human being by nature.