“Some new rape statistics direct from the Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, have left the nation feeling even more worried and unsafe. Believe it or not, over 40% of all the rapes in South Africa are committed against children.
In a parliamentary reply to a question from the DA, Cele revealed various numbers for child murders and child rapes over the last three financial years.”
“Enlightenment is a destructive process.
Ithas nothing to do with becoming better or being happier.
Enlightenment is the crumbling away of untruth. It’s seeing through the facade of pretense. It’s the complete eradication of everything we imagined to be true.” – Adyashanti
Rebecca Fitton is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. In February of 2017 she released her book ‘Wave Rider: Poetic Journey from Abuse to Wholeness,’ a poetic memoir that culminates her long journey to heal from sexual abuse, abandonment, and neglect. Her book exhibits a new world based on wholeness of body, mind, and spirit. Her journey has taken a lifetime. To use the metaphor of waves, sometimes the undertow nearly drowned her?but she survived. Now her beautiful and profound book offers inspiration to others who have also suffered greatly from abuse.
“She is admitted in hospital to deliver a baby she needed blood or she may not survive the doctor said. Despite 4 children including one daughter and three sons she was forced to have more done. This is common in rural areas in Pakistan.”- Noor Ahmed
“Today I will write a story of women to you who day before yesterday met me . She was abducted by one of her relatives and kept in his captivity for three years. She was raped for three years by him and his friends.He fathered a baby that he attempted to kill as a result her backbome was badly damaged.”-Noor Ahmed
Noor Ahmet is a human rights representative, pictured here with his beautiful wife. He works to protect women in Pakistan, and his mission is to stop the injustice against women and children. He is a witness of a horrible crimes on a daily bases, and we will work together to raise awareness about the damaging impact gender inequality and obsolete religious and cultural limitations have on the society nowadays.
If you wish to get involved and give your support, please contact me by using the contact form on my website.
For protection of the women, there will be no websites and media places posted here, I appologize for the inconvenience.
Thank you for the understanding
‘She was brought by her parents yesterday at Press club Hyderabad to protest against Rajesh speaking before media persons that he was blackmailing her. Her face reads that she was badly beaten by her brothers and parents.’-Noor Ahmet
‘She was yesterday taken to press club Hyderavad ehere she was made to speak before the media persons in a press conference that she was being blackmailed by Rajesh the person who she has married the record shows Today I have received her text messages in which she wrote to him that be cautious her parents would kill him and that she was being tortured.’-Noor Ahmed
Carol Graham is a passionate motivational speaker for Women’s Clubs, Church Groups and Health Awareness Groups, sharing how to survive trauma and NEVER…EVER,..give up. Carol chose to be a Victor, not a victim. She is a fighter and winner over cancer, rape, marital abuse, jail, loss of child, and financial ruin. She is a mother of two, grandmother of three, owns three businesses and works as a health coach for the past thirty-five years. Last year, she published Battered Hope, her fast paced memoir. It is a story of hope, perseverance and faith.
I live in South Carolina, where I was born and raised. I graduated from ITT Technical Institute with a degree in Computer Design and Drafting, later returning for another degree in Multimedia. I love to read, write, create graphics, watch movies, play online games, hang out with family members/friends and network. More than anything, I enjoy helping victims/survivors of abuse in their path to healing. I have always said I would undo the abuse and its effects in a heartbeat, but I am grateful for the opportunity God gave me to use my experience. I grew up hearing that there’s a silver lining to every cloud and I used to think “not this one.” In time, I realized “not this one yet.” If I had never had to experience the undeserved attentions of classmates, my life might have been normal. I might have gotten the career in architecture that I’ve always dreamed of, but I would not be a part of the fight against abuse because I would know nothing about it. That’s my silver lining.