by sobh

The story of Roxana Saberi's time in prison with Mahvash Sabet and Fariba Kamalabadi, two of The Yaran ("the Friends"), sentenced to 20 years in prison simply for helping administer the needs of the Baha'i community in Iran. Featuring journalist Roxana Saberi and Elise Auerbach, Iran Specialist for Amnesty International USA. Roxana, "I think the lessons that Mahvash and Fariba taught me in prison are universal. And they can apply to anybody, anywhere in the world. You don't have to be in prison. We have our own prisons, are own adversities, and we can try to turn those adversities into opportunities."


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"I know that despite what they have been through and what lies ahead, these women feel no hatred in their hearts. When I struggled not to despise my interrogators and the judge, Mahvash and Fariba told me they do not hate anyone, not even their captors."

Something we can all learn from, instead of hatred and bitterness. 


See No Angel, Hear No Angel!

by Demo on

She is rather a 'devilish' phony 'Angel' desperately in pursue of gainig 'fame' & 'name' for herself!