A Terrifying True Story of a Young Woman Dragged Back to Iraq by Her Parents to Live Under Threat of Death from Ancient Family Customs
In Iraq Latifa has no allies, as a Muslim woman she has no liberty, and she is unable to gain access to the Australian Consulate. In 2003 as the war on terror rages around her, Latifa is at war with her culture and customs. Imprisoned, abused and violated, her efforts to escape Iraq fail and her death looms closer.
Working as a spy, consorting with the UN and racing for the border, Latifa knows that the only way to save her life is to keep her secret and make an escape.
A harrowing story of independence and perseverance. Find out why Latifa still lives in fear for her life.
274 pages; ISBN 9781921655081
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Author: Latifa Ali; Richard Shears
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