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The Glazov Gang is proud and excited to run the second episode of its new feature: The Unknown. The producer of the Gang, Anni Cyrus, has now entered the stage.
Below is the second blockbuster episode, A Day in the Life of a Child in an Islamic Gulag, in which Anni shares the horror of being an 11-year-old girl in an Iranian prison.
Don’t miss it!
And make sure to watch the first episode of The Unknown: The Day I Was Called a Woman by Islam, in which Anni shares the harrowing story of how her childhood ended at the age of 9 in Iran.
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Paula Boddington says
Dear Anni, this is so horrifying, your account of being in prison aged 11 for a ridiculous ‘crime’ – which was not only not a crime, but something children OUGHT to be doing, having parties and socialising with both genders as they develop and learn about themselves and each other. And then to witness this suicide attempt. Witnessing suicide is one of the most traumatic things any human being can go through. You are amazing to have survived and to be so graceful and calm and intelligent and full of feeling as you recount these horrors. You have my utter admiration. Good luck and good wishes, God bless you.
Anni Cyrus says
Thank you so much for all your kind words, deeply appreciate them.
Yes this is the way life is under Islamic government and I just hope people here would wake up and stop them before we all have to live that life
Be safe and God bless
Dear Anni, thank you so much for sharing these deeply personal memories so we can constantly keep learning how urgent it is that our country stop enabling these sorts of governments. I have been reading about Iran since some years, but never really heard or read much re: eleven year olds in jails, let alone witnessing the horrors that occur there. I say that because it’s so important we don’t ever think we know all we need to know and act on ignorance.
I really admire your courage and determination not only to carry on for yourself, but also to help others. Thank you so much for being such a quality and compassionate human being. xxx