My Precious Children, My Plight, My Life, My Story is the true, heartbreaking story of an American woman whose life took many

twists and turns. There was marriage, separation, divorce, imprisonment in a foreign country and making the heart-wrenching decision to leave her children on foreign soil or continue to be oppressed by the very man she married for happiness. The marriage was destined to failure because Maha’s “free spirit” conflicted with her husband’s dominating character. Maha also had to regain her memory and learn how to walk and talk again because of a horrifying car accident that left her in a comatose state for over two months.

My Precious Children, My Plight, My Life, My Story

Maha courageously underscores the significance of following the command of God in the Holy Qur’an and the examples of Prophet Muhammad for some of today’s most controversial issues, such as treatment of women, racism, relations with other religions and other spiritual aspects of Islam.

Maha Sabur was born in 1962, a “military brat” who experienced the racial and political riots of the sixties. She saw life differently and her ideas contradicted those of her father. The biggest contradiction was her religious and racial beliefs, which led her to become a Muslim and eventually marry her first husband, a Muslim

Maha Sabur

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