(Pdf / kindle) Brutal Author Nabila Sharma by Nabila Sharma


Keeping the abuse a secret for many years made coping With The Abuse Even Difficult Life After The AbuseEven Though the Abuse Even Difficult Life After even difficult Life after AbuseEven though book s main theme is sexual abuse the Author also writes about her life after the abuse from the deteriorating relationship and interactions with her parents and siblings dealing with panick attacks and hearing voices brought on by stress the death of her parents her mother s plan to have her and her Sikh boyfriend killed her drinking smoking and partying with friends to being in and out of an abusive relationshipNabila recalls that she felt she had moved on and dealt with the abuse and buried it deep down inside but she clearly hadn t Flashbacks of the abuse kept resurfacing The Author also talks about the guilt she felt by remaining silent about the abuse She feared that the Imam would abuse other girls She needed closer she needed to know where he was Was he dead or alive And if he was alive was he abusing other girls These thoughts continued to haunt her And so with the help of her boyfriend she decided to conduct a search for the ImamShe later reported the abuse to the Police I done it I d told the Police I d carried my secret for an agonising twenty ight years but now it was over the secret wasn t mine to keep any longer I don t know if justice will be done I don t know if the Police will find him But I had to tell not just for me but for all the countless other children who are still too frightened to speak out I refuse To Be Silenced Any be silenced any I need to find my voice and finally here it is referring to her book And finally she says that writing this book has been a therapeutic Where Are You Going You Monkeys experience and it has helped her to come to terms withverything she s been through No longer am I seven year old Nabila the frightened little child who thought no one would believe her I m stronger than the imam now For many years I was the victim but not any I think those are powerful and inspiring words Powerful realisation By telling and sharing her story she became Christ In Celtic Christianity empowered and has taken back control over her life despite the abuse and the challenges she faced along the way Those words remind us that no matter what we ve been through that with the right amount of support and self belief we can overcome anything Why did the Author write this bookIn the last few paragraphs the Authorxplains why she wrote Brutal On page 293 she says I want my children to be proud of me I want them to know I am the mum who spoke out against the most powerful man in the Muslim community That s why I ve written this book I want my story in the public domain because by speaking about it we can stop child abuse from happening within all families and all communities I would recommend this book to parents child protection professionals those working directly with children and or with families and ven young adolescents and teenagers I think the true story here was with her mothernot the Imam What the guy did was disgusting and wrong no doubt about it but I think I would be mentally scarred by the fact that my family were ashame of the fact I was abused and my mother actually went as far as to put a hit and a price on both my life and my boyfriendsGenerally I m just really not sure about this book I sympathise with the author but I think from a readers perspective I found it uite slow for the first 75% and often got very frustrated with it I actually out it down for a few days and started reading something lse which I never usually do I only picked it up again because I had nothing lse to hand to read at that momentI dont want to disrespect the author in any way but I find it hard to find anything positive to say about the book A perfect description of the close knit British Muslim community Narrated by the author of her own childhood growing up in England sometimes reminded me of myself as a child I m sure many British Muslim females would say the same after reading this Brave writing about some subjects considered taboo a heart breaking biography. Is a tale of survival of a young girl who found love and hope in the darkest of place. ,


E all would least xpect to be guilty of committing such a hideous and criminal act against a child But as hard as it may be to accept and to get our heads around the sad reality is that abuse can happen within the walls of a Mosue and any religious space or Centre for that matter and yes Imams and other Ministers of Religion can be guilty of abusing children whether sexual or otherwise The Abuse The abuse began when Nabila was seven years old and continued for five yearsFrom the Imam s hot stinking breath his dirty finger nails and love bites Nabila vividly recalls in great detail her abuse on the days she attended the MosueWe see how her abuser was very manipulative and skilful in grooming her in an attempt to win her trust and to normalise his inappropriate behaviours ven before the abuse began he would groom her by singling her He would groom her by singling her to make her feel special and important and assigning special responsibilities to her to clean his private uarters and flatter her with compliments A great job the imam nodded in approval You re a good little worker Nabila Keep it up I felt my face flush with pride I was so happy I thought my heart would burst I wasn t uick at learning the Koran but as long as I kept the kitchen and the toilets clean the imam would be pleased and I would do well here And that s all I wanted to be a good little Muslim girl He also used various tactics like a special handshake and giving her gifts He also used intimidation and threats to buy her silence and manipulated her into believing that no one would believe her if
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told about the abuse and other young victims of sexual abuse the Author was confused and didn t know what to make of what was happening to her We see her confusion and it is hard not to sympathise and mpathise with her as she s just a CHILDThe abuse slowly intensified to the point where the Author was almost raped by the Imam one An Introduction To Genetic Engineering evening Andven though another Imam became aware of the abuse that day of the attempted rape he did nothing to ensure Nabila s safety or do something tonsure that the abuse stopped and that the Imam was reported to the Police He was an adult another Imam yet he too remained silent about the abuse So bottom line none of the adults supported Nabila nor did they do anything to stop the abuse from happening They like the Imam betrayed Nabila s trustNabila s parents later found out about the abuse but made no attempt to confront the Imam nor report the abuse Such a shame It is so important that victims of abuse are motionally supported by their parents because the manner in which the adults react to the child s disclosure is an important factor in influencing how the child comes to view the abuse and his or her own role in it Being believed and having family support can help the child to cope and adjust and can decrease some of the traumatic motional psychological impact of sexual abuse on a child s life And so it was sad to learn how her parent s responded after learning of the abuse Instead the abuse was swept under the carpetNabila carried a lot of guilt into her adult life because she blamed herself for the abuse The Horus Heresy even though she knew it was wrong somehow she felt it was her fault and that she let her family down But later on we learn that as a result of the counselling she received she was able to come to terms with the fact that the abuse was not her fault She was just a child and the Imam was the adult who abused his position power and trust Self harmSelf injuryChildren freuently find itxtremely hard to talk about what is happening to them Celia And The Wolf especially when they ve been told to keep the abuse a secret or have been subjected to coercion bribery or threatsYears of abuse had traumatic psychologicalffect on Nabila and the The Byzantine Republic effects manifested themselves in many ways For instance we learn of her struggles with self harm to cope with the abuse because of the painful and difficultmotions she was feeling and xperiencing Afterall she was living with no ordinary secret and. Speakable thingsIt is a tale of innocence lost and a life shattered but above all it.

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Brutal Author Nabila SharmaThe storyline is monotone slow and boring at first The climax is a bit tad lateHowever I felt so angry boring at first The climax is a bit tad lateHowever I felt so angry the main character A well written bookand an ye opening account of the Author s personal xperiences of sexual abuse Brutal is a story of stolen innocence manipulation betrayal of trust control and abuse of power by a man who many in the Muslim community respected and trusted Afterall he is an Imam and therefore parents trusted hin with their children that they would be safe in his presence and successfully fulfil the purpose for which they attended the Mosue in the first place but he betrayed that trust over and over again without remorseThroughout the book some of the cultural stereotypes within The Author S Culture Is Evidentand We Author s culture is videntand we how silence is imposed through shame and fear We learn of some of the roles and Brother Bullet expectations of girls and boys within her culture and we see how they impact her childhood and how she internalises and gives meaning to them and form certain assumptions about herself and others based on those stereotypes roles andxpectations coupled with the Contemporary Hermeneutics events andxperiences of her abuse We also learn of the impact the abuse had on the Author s life both during and after the abuse had stopped and how they manifested themselves in her life Every aspect of the Author s life was affected The flashbacks and memories of the abuse remained with her But we later see how she was able to bring some stability to her life thanks to a supportive boyfriend and her best friend She was also able to bring some normalcy and stability to her life through counselling which allowed her to make sense of the abuse and to come to terms with the fact that the abuse was in no way shape or form her fault And Enter The Dragon even though this is a sad and heartbreaking story The first three chapters made for pleasant reading andvery now and again I would smile or have a chuckling as the Author recalled certain key xperiences situations and vents involving her and her four brothers Those were happier times before the abuse happened A time full of innocence playing with dolls making new discoveries building new friendships and going to school and we see how the concept of family honour in the Asian community can make it hard for children to speak out about the abuse Maintaining the family s honour can be a matter of life and death and it is maintaining this honour that played a role in silencing the Author from disclosing the abuse for fear she would bring shame and dishonour to her family and that they would be outcasts if people from the local community found out about the abuse Attending the Mosue for the first timeFrom the age of seven Nabila like her brothers attended the local Mosue to learn to read and recite the Holy ur an She attended almost Ang Mga Love Dilemma Ni Jane every week night after schoolFor Nabila the Mosue was a mysterious place because before then she never attended a Mosue And soven though she was O Mundo De Sofia eager andxcited to begin her lessons she was also nervous and scared because she didn t know what to Super Fabulous expect and all though her brothers attended the Mosue for several years they were reluctant to speak of theirxperiences But she soon found out whyIn the chapter The Team That Jack Built entitled The Mosue she recalls herarly thoughts of going to the Mosue for the first time and the harsh treatment suffered by children during ur an lessons She describes how the Imams would beat the boys some than others Boys were pushed shoved scolded and slapped for not learning their prayers or for just getting them wrong She hated it These words stood out to me The novelty of going to the Mosue soon wore off and it became These words stood out to me The novelty of going to the Mosue soon wore off and it became to fear rather than Pioneers Of Modern Typography enjoy How sad I thought because for me the Mosue should be a place of refuge and a sanctuary for us as Muslims a place where we go to learn and socialise and a space where we feel at peace and of course SAFE It is so scary and difficult to think and process that any form of abuse could be going on behind the doors of a Mosue and by a person He was my religious teacher I should have been able to trust him But he made me do un.


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    (Pdf / kindle) Brutal Author Nabila Sharma by Nabila Sharma Nabila Sharma ☆ 6 Characters Summary ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Nabila Sharma This book is very important in raising awareness on sexual assault on children Nabila isn't the lone child to have faced this at the age of seven There are countless children even in our own surroundings being abused on regular basis What's saddening people have made such issues TABOO Hence the lack of awareness multiplies this ev

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    (Pdf / kindle) Brutal Author Nabila Sharma by Nabila Sharma I think the true story here was with her mothernot the Imam What the guy did was disgusting and wrong no doubt about it but I think I would be mentally scarred by the fact that my family were ashame of the fact I was abused

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    (Pdf / kindle) Brutal Author Nabila Sharma by Nabila Sharma Summary ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Nabila Sharma Nabila Sharma ☆ 6 Characters This book was really heartbreaking It's about this girl Nabila and how she gets sexually abused by her religious teacher She couldn't really tell anyone because if she did no one would believe her since the teacher is the

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    (Pdf / kindle) Brutal Author Nabila Sharma by Nabila Sharma Summary ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Nabila Sharma Read Brutal Author Nabila Sharma a heart breaking biography

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    Read Brutal Author Nabila Sharma Nabila Sharma ☆ 6 Characters Summary ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Nabila Sharma A well written bookand an eye opening account of the Author’s personal experiences of sexual abuse Brutal is a story of st

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    (Pdf / kindle) Brutal Author Nabila Sharma by Nabila Sharma Such horrific child abuseThis book was so hard to read because of the horrible things done to writer by someone you should be able to trust above anyone your pastor minister priest or any other holy man who leads you in whatever religion you practice I had to keep laying this book down over and over because I would be ge

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    Summary ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Nabila Sharma Nabila Sharma ☆ 6 Characters Read Brutal Author Nabila Sharma Absolutely heart wrenching Not only did this man of god abuse his trust he stole Nabila's innocence but also destroyed her faith and religion for her she felt unable to tell her family because of the Muslim tendency to view it as shame brought on the family and felt utterly alone Her mother didn't seem interested in her and was a

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    (Pdf / kindle) Brutal Author Nabila Sharma by Nabila Sharma The storyline is monotone slow and boring at first The climax is a bit tad lateHowever I felt so angry with the main character

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