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10 thoughts on “Les Proies dans le harem de Kadhafi

  1. says:

    This is not an easy book to read but it is a book that needs to be read nonetheless The atrocities committed by Gaddafi both public and secret need to be publicly aired so that the nation of Libya can begin rebuilding its cu

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    Political prisoners who have been beaten humiliated staved and chained are given a welcome back to society Not so for Gaddafi’s sex slaves

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    This book is very disturbing yet an important document of the Gaddafi years in Libya The bravery of this young woman and the savagery and cowardice of her countrymen is painful to read I can only imagine what she herself

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    This is the opposite of a light read French journalist Annick Cojean writes an important but hard to read account of the extensive system of sexual abuse sexual slavery that existed in Libya under the regime of Muammar Gaddafi About the first half of the book and in my opinion the most engrossing is a firsthand account of one of Gaddafi's girls Soraya's story is brutal but it turns out not uncommon At the age of 15 she was selected from

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    Lunatic book a complete waste of time and money full of lies recommended only for perverts and disturbed people; western cheap propaganda at its best or worst; should have a label FICTION on its coverOne of the most bizarre and terrible books I had ever read The author probably was funded by someome interested in create a demonized figure of the former Libyan leader This book is intended for those manipulated

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    French journalist Annick Cojean met some girls who according to her lived in the palace of the Libyan dictator as sex slaves I read her newspaper article first and when she wrote the book I was interested in a glimpse into the real life of this dictator What a disappointing book It tells nothing then her newspaper article and giv

  7. says:

    Well after all I am not sure it was a real book with real content It is something unbelievable May be it categorized under a science fiction book rather than being a political book which tell real stories I can not understand or accep

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    It is not an amazing bookFirst the flow of the story felt as fiction rather than testimony or documentary particularly on Soraya's story that ta

  9. says:

    Deeply disturbing book and utterly shocking especially for the fact that such a public figure can get away with such horrendous crimes for forty odd years The story itself tends to be repetitive and once one account by one witness is read you essentially don't really need to read the rest Certain facts seem implausible and it would have been credible if the author had checked her facts before writing certain th

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    I can never understand the dilemma of what you are supposed to do if you are raped in a place where the law reuires women to be virgins until marriage Reporting it is a death sentence A husband would reject you Both family and society would also reject you This appears to create an opportunistic situation for sexual predatorsA French journalist comes to Libya and interviews some of the people who were part of Gaddafiâ€

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Read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB È Annick Cojean

Rwards she was summoned to Bab al Azizia Gaddafi's palatial compound near Tripoli where she joined a number of young women who were violently abused raped and degraded by GaddafiIn 2012 Cojean returned to Libya to continue her investigation Her book Gaddafi's Harem takes Soraya as its starting point to recount the fates of so many other women She has gone to remarkable lengths rape is the highest taboo in Libya to collect these women's stories Heartwrenchingly tragic but ultimately redemptive Soraya's story is the first of many that are just now beginning to be hea French journalist Annick Cojean met some girls who according to her lived in the palace of the Libyan dictator as sex slaves I read her newspaper article first and when she wrote the book I was interested in a glimpse into the real life of this dictator What a disappointing book It tells nothing then her newspaper article and gives no description or background at all And it is very badly written A total waste of money

Summary Les Proies dans le harem de Kadhafi

Les Proies dans le harem de Kadhafi

In 2011 Annick Cojean senior reporter at Le Monde and special correspondent for Tripoli wrote a shock article titled 'Gaddafi's sexual slave' which told the story of Soraya a twenty two year old Libyan woman who had been kidnapped and held captive since the age of 15 Soraya was a schoolgirl in the coastal town of Sirte when she was given the honour of presenting a bouuet of flowers to Colonel Gaddafi the Guide on a visit he was making the following week This one meeting a presentation of flowers a pat on the head from Gaddafi changed Soraya's life forever Soon afte This is not an easy book to read but it is a book that needs to be read nonetheless The atrocities committed by Gaddafi both public and secret need to be publicly aired so that the nation of Libya can begin rebuilding its cultural and social history Although a taboo subject the sexual crimes that were perpetrated by the ruler and his followers cannot be forgotten or simply swept under the rug as many would prefer It is uite interesting to see how religion and culture can even shape people s reactions to these types of atrocities blaming the women and feeling that a sense of shame is reflected upon the family instead of on the abusers The saddest reality is that not much seems to have changed in the country regarding the euality of women Until women are given a place at the same table as the men who get to make decisions concerning their lives there will never be euality

Read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB È Annick Cojean

RdIn Gaddafi's Harem Le Monde special correspondent Annick Cojean gives a voice to Soraya's story and supplements her investigation into Gaddafi's abuses of power through interviews with other women who were abused by Gaddafi and those who were involved with his regime including a driver who ferried women to the compound and Gaddafi's former Chief of SecurityGaddafi's Harem is an astonishing portrait of the essence of dictatorship how power gone unchecked can wreak havoc on the most intensely personal level as well as a document of great significance to the new Lib Deeply disturbing book and utterly shocking especially for the fact that such a public figure can get away with such horrendous crimes for forty odd years The story itself tends to be repetitive and once one account by one witness is read you essentially don t really need to read the rest Certain facts seem implausible and it would have been credible if the author had checked her facts before writing certain things down which make her story dubious For example I know for a fact that abortion is illegal and not practiced in Malta to this date So for her to state that one of the girls was sent there from Libya to terminate a pregnancy was very foolish It screams of fabricated embellished story