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This was one of the most interesting cultural divers, and GREAT READING BOOK. For Americans this is a must read. Lori explains her whole reason as to why she escaped to IRAN with her Iranian husband, Mohammad!
She experiences some lovely gestures from her students, and then she had to face the music when she saw one man beating on one of my students.....Mohammad tole her it's none of her business, and just go and teach. What she was most so livid about is that Mohammad didn't have any concern about young children going to church but being treated like they were a nuisance! I want church to be a warm loving inviting place that we are not afraid to approach. Please leave your comments I WOULD LOVE TO READ THESE.

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By the age of 15 Lori was married. Her marriage was an escape from molestation by her brother. More abuse, both sexual, domestic, and drug abuse were to follow in her life.
Remarried to an Iranian
Lori left her son behind and traveled to Iran with her husband. The day after 9/11 both she and her husband are trying to leave Iran and are arrested. Separated, she finds herself in a POW camp. It is here she suffers more abuse in the form of torture, rape and starvation. After rescue she has another hurdle to get over. In Iran, a woman can’t travel without her husband’s permission. Since she didn’t know where he was she had to fight their bureaucracy just to return to her country of birth. Once back in the United States she began her long journey, as yet unfinished down the road of healing. What amazed me about this book was the love she still has for the Iranian people. There is no hatred or prejudice toward them, even after what she went through. This was an excellent book and a definite emotional read. 

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