Daughters Of Arabia: Princess 2 Paperback – 1 Oct 2004
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It is amazing how the constraints of the Muslim word effect the young and venerable Muslim girls. It is an amazing account of two sisters who are so unlike but from the same mother.
What are these men so scared of? The over-riding disgusting memory of this book is their attitude to sex, they seem to be driven by lust even involving very young girls. I think an up-tight so-called religious society would produce this. This princess appears to be reasonably lucky with her husband - be nice if she could also highlight the misery of their many servants.
The mother herself changes and swings from one mood to the next and the effect is shown on her as the books pogress and she realises what her weaknesses and tries to deal with them as best she can.
The daughters themselves have an easier life then their mother and one daughter Maha takes this for granted. It was nice to see the love Amani has for animals and the effect shown on her and how she learns to deals with things when she finds her uncles birds are in danger and kept in poor conditions. Also the feelings Maha develops when she witnesses her uncles Herem and the women he is holding there brings an intense and agressive side to Maha who tries her best to help these women out of the place. She is hurt to realise that things like that can happen in Saudia Arabia and in the Royal family. She with her mother try their best to get them out, but are not sucessful and give up.
However, if you take this as a update then you dont be diappointed. If read this thinking you a reading another side to the story or a different theme altogethrethen you may be diappointed.
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Same book though as Princess Sultana's Daughters, just different names. Bought both by mistake.Published 25 days ago by Bronagh K
Another insight into the disgraceful and utterly cruel male laws, attitude and behaviour in Saudi towards their female children and wives. Read morePublished 3 months ago by susan clarke
The kind of book you can't put down once you pick it up. Can't wait to read the next one.Published 6 months ago by Noumidia
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