Which can be even worse: to be offered in wedding at 9 years old to a person in the 30s whom rapes and, and your in-laws, beats you, or 10 years later on, after struggling mightily become divorced and get training, become
uneducated, living in deep poverty, and remarried with two kiddies in identical or even worse situation?
Oh: and 3 years when you got your photo taken with Hillary Clinton during the Glamour prizes, your daddy offered your younger sis down in wedding for $750 too.
Meet Nujood Ali, the Yemeni son or daughter bride whom aided Glamour Magazine, Hillary Clinton, Vital Voices.org, Too Young to Wed and lots of other international women’s aid companies raise huge amount of money and get publicity that is incalculable their “good works.”
Nujood assisted Yemen’s female that is first, Shada Nasser, attain worldw >New York instances, Glamour, Los Angeles Occasions, NPR and several other comparable magazines. And Nujood assisted author Delphine Minoui and French publisher Michel Lafon publish an international bestseller that, based on the Guardian (March, 2013) have been translated in 16 languages and offered in 35 nations global. Continue reading “The Chains of Charity: Nujood Ali — Yemeni Child Bride”