The Unknown: My Nightmare as an 11-Year-Old Girl in an Iranian Prison

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The new edition, My Nightmare as an 11-Year-Old Girl in an Iranian Prison, in which Anni shares the terror she experienced — and witnessed — as a child behind the Islamic Curtain.

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6 Responses to The Unknown: My Nightmare as an 11-Year-Old Girl in an Iranian Prison

  1. David says:

    Dear Aynaz, I am a new follower of yours and I very, very much appreciate what you are doing.I am also doing what I can do spread the news and wake people up. Unfortunately I think most Americans are in denial and do not believe anything bad will happen here in the U.S. This is because most are soft. Soft intellectually and also physically. I also need suggestions as to what else I can do personally if you have any. I know that you are busy, but if you could listen or read the speech that Queen Rania gave in Berlin on September 17, 2015 and give me your impressions I would appreciate it very much. I have a German friend there that will not listen or read anything negative about Islam but she will read and listen to her Muslim “ambassadors”, those Muslims who are western born(or such as the Queen) and considered “moderate”. She also listens to Navid Kermani, a German/Iranian Muslim philosopher. If I had someone such as yourself to answer her perhaps she would listen. I think many Germans have taken her attitude.
    With much appreciation and gratefulness, David

  2. purplenmoving says:

    I am proud to be a woman because of survivors like you, Annie. I have the utmost respect for you, and you should be proud of yourself because you are a survivor and you give warning to the Western world and that can’t be easy coming from Iran. I love you Annie! Keep up the good work!!!!

  3. Jason says:

    I love it whenever people get together and share thoughts.
    Great website, stick with it!

  4. Howdy! Someone in my Facebook group shared this website with us so I came to check it out. I’m definitely loving the information.

  5. Pam Neufeld says:

    Putting an eleven year old in prison for being at a little boy and girl party is baffling.

  6. […] So, even in my own home, I pretty much grew up entirely with Sharia, under the strict Islamic laws. Those laws included being forced to wear the hijab from an early age. And by the constitution of the country, I was legally called an adult woman by age nine, after which I became criminally accountable for my own actions, if I ever violated Sharia. […]

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