“I don’t want to go to ustaani’s house today I haven’t learn my sabaq yet, I told my cousin Usman. He said don’t be scared I’ll save you from her scolds, I insisted that I won’t go, I’m really scared. I couldn’t ask my sister to tell the tutor I’m not well, because we had a huge fight last night and now she’s mad. I told Usman I miss my mother, if she was here she wouldn’t let me go but Usman said she’s on her way home, I knew he lied just to cheer me up the same way he told me he’ll let me win, in our race to ustaani’s house, today. But, I didn’t feel like playing with him, as I told before, I was scared…
Usman lied to me and ran ahead, I shouted ‘YOU’RE LIAR!’ but he didn’t care. The house was coming near and my heart beats increased, I knew she’ll scold me and tell me I’m bad. Suddenly, an uncle arrived and asked me why I’m sad? I told him I didn’t learn the sabaq he laughed at my innocence. He asked me to come with me I’ll take you back to your home and tell your tutor you’re sick. I held his finger and walked along but guilt built up in my heart, Will God forgive me on lying to my Ustaad?
He gave some chocolates on our way, I told him he is nice then he took me to an empty house that didn’t seem like mine. I asked him why I’m here, he shouted at me to be quiet, he forced me to drink that syrup or else he’ll tell my tutor that I lied. As soon as the liquid went in my mouth, I felt dizzy and hit the ground. And all that time in my sleep I had horror dreams, like a demon was crushing my bones or a hammer was nailing my skin. I closed my eyes very tight and prayed for this pain to end…”
Ateyna said she had the same dream and felt the same pain. I’m glad I’m not alone up here because I made a new friend, she’s an Iranian beautiful girl sitting with me in Heaven.
There may be many more Zainabs like her, its time to stand up and raise our voices in suppport of her #justiceforzainab.