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Princess Sultana's Circle Doc ´ 253 pages Download À Jean sasson Ë With Princess Sultana's Circle the extraordinary story of Princess Sultana continues The forced marriage of Sultana's niece to a cruel and depraved older man and Sultana's discovery of the harem of sex slaves kept by a royal cousin makesRession of women in Saudi Arabia Princess Sultana's cause is given an extra sense of urgency against the background of increased dissent against the Al Sa'uds and the looming spectre of Islamic fundamentalism But an extended family camping trip in the desert brings the luxury loving Sultana and relat Just need to be proof read before printingLove it

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Ives closer to their nomadic roots and gives her the strength to carry on the fight for women's rights in all Muslim countriesThis book paints a horrifying reality for women of the desert kingdom It is a haunting look at the danger of Saudi male dominance and the desperate lives of the women they rul ugh i really hated this i read the first of the series some months ago and although not written well i felt like it was an important story to tell i was disappointed to be reading this third installment about utter misogyny the sultana is a woman who's place in society is that of a victim victim to her circumstance of dirty money and idle time i do not doubt that she is limited to help women a cause she vehemently says she believes in however i do believe with a little self control and the use of the brilliant mind and limitless wealth she has been blessed with could indeed do a bit a bit then spending 338000 at an afternoon shopping spree at bergdorf's don't get me wrong i love a shopping spree but this is supposed to be a book about something than that and unfortunately it heralds a woman who has money and time then the god in which she believes

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Princess Sultana's CircleWith Princess Sultana's Circle the extraordinary story of Princess Sultana continues The forced marriage of Sultana's niece to a cruel and depraved older man and Sultana's discovery of the harem of sex slaves kept by a royal cousin makes this brave royal princess determined than ever to fight the opp Princess Sultana's Circle is the third book in Jean Sasson's Princess trilogy I really loved the first book The second was good But by the time I got to the third book I was starting to feel a little jadedLet me just say that I believe that a lot of events described in this book are things that do occur in Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern countries I believe that women are considered and treated as even lower than second class citizens there and that they suffer greatly because of it That said these books are purported to be the true stories of a single Saudi Arabian woman and I find that fact to be a little difficult to swallow Books reuire tension and conflict to be interesting and these books were nothing if not interesting Every single chapter seemed to outline or highlight some atrocity or violation of basic human rights If this were a collection of women's stories from across the social board in Saudi Arabia I would find it easier to believe But the fact that all of these things happen to or in the life of one woman sounds like fiction than fact to meI think that author Jean Sasson who spent over a decade living and working in the medical field in Saudi Arabia had ample material gathered over the years of women and stories that she encountered in her personal and professional life and chose to attribute them all to one personAnd maybe I'm wrong This is just what I feel I still think that these books highlight important issues that should be seen and heard worldwide I think they can help to educate people about the plight of women in the Middle East And I think people should read them with an open heart and an open mindI just don't think they are the true story of one single woman I feel like they are the true stories of a nation of women