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Living under the shadow of terror: Zanzibar caught off guard

Hashil, Hashil Seif; Faris, Ahmed

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ISBN 10: 151528204X / ISBN 13: 9781515282044
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Título: Living under the shadow of terror: Zanzibar ...

Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

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No one could imagine that beauty of a Zanzibari Swahili lady after the Zanzibar Revolution of 1964 could lead to the destruction of her family. In the Living under the shadow of terror: Zanzibar taken off guard one follows the destruction of a family or families in an environment choked off by a political culture that turned out to be a pressure cooker to its own people. The political pressure cooker and the lady´s beauty caused a young man, Fikirini Tabu Mjaki and his family living in Zanzibar, to look for their security and protection in their business. The family members were successful in their work but their civilian rights were abused by those who never observed the rules of Human Rights. The family was paralysed when they were taken off guard when the claws of injustice attacked them in the midst of their successful day to day chores. The story pivots around themes of: 1. student-teacher relationship and patriarchalism, 2. the role of culture and its power on individuals, 3. the place of religion in a secular society, 4. misuse of political powers and abuse of Human Rights and 5. negative effects of regression from Abraham Harold Maslow´s hierarchy of needs. Topics covered: patriarchalism, culture, religion, secularism, human rights, Maslow´s hierarchy of needs

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Following the assassination of the first President of Zanzibar Sheikh Abeid Amani Karume on April 7, 1972, Hashil was arrested and held as a political prisoner due to non-substantiated allegations of involvement in the assassination of the president. Hashil was detained without trial in various prisons on mainland Tanzania between 1972 and 1978. He was routinely tortured and humiliated. Hashil is a Danish citizen today and lives in Copenhagen. Hashil has worked with the Danish Institute of Human Rights in Copenhagen. He has written four books. In contrast to Hashil, Ahmed Faris is a Microbiologist/Bacteriologist and has published scientific articles in international journals. He was born in Kenya but now lives in Sweden.

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