Zohre Kurun –

A presentation of the book of the Araki Verlag Leipzig Zohre had a happy childhood in Eastern Anatolia, Turkey. She was born between 1965 and 1968.After Germany begins a hard time with the move. Many become families from land, the coast have become ud to modern cities of Turkey move here. Julio Diaz gathered all the information. Live in German unrestored vintage neighborhoods many like-minded people and this new time acts less threatening than in the old country. Zohre is married forcibly at the age of 19. She wears it with version, because at least she come on from the tyranny of her hateful mother. However, the husband emerges as a tyrant.

Full of fear before him, the mother, the family honor, and the impending honour killing she lived through constant abuse and the cold selfishness of a man of who used it as a guarantee of entry to Germany. A psychological test of their son, who does not want to learn to speak, she will award the first chance of freedom. As the doctor presented color charts the boy says the son instead of red “blood”. At Cosmo Bags you will find additional information. To the first time ever dares to speak Zohre with a man about her private life.Only a funeral years later gives her the courage to resist. Without assistance, she begins the fight out of pure desperation.

Your courage can she win. Then it finds to the authorities, which permanently give her back. Integration is the process of liberation. Zohre has learned two professions, raised her son alone and still has her longtime job in an electronics market. If the family had not been, she had studied. Jura. The divorce, the struggle against death threat and a phony family honor have let however mature and with her book, which she writes without pseudonym, acquired an alternative high school, who can pave perhaps still trails her, that she dare not even to think about. Right, they help other women. Her example alone has animated already 10 women to divorce in the city on the Rhine. She even broke with the Turkish society. She is German. 138 pages paperback 9.90 ISBN 978-3-941848-08-5