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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • Equal Justice
  • Rabia Siddique
  • English
  • 07 February 2018
  • 1742613233

Equal Justice Muslim, Lawyer, Soldier, Hostage As The Daughter Of An Indian Muslim Father And A White Australian Mother, Growing Up In The Conservative Environment Of 1970s Perth, Rabia Siddique Was Always Going To Be Marked As Different Escaping Her Traumatic Childhood, Rabia Moved To London After Graduating From Law School To Pursue Her Passionate Commitment To Social Justice She Joined The British Army As A Military Lawyer Just Days After 9 11, Finally Finding Herself Stationed In Southern Iraq, Where She Pushed Herself To Make A Difference In One Of The Most Dangerous And Testing Environments On Earth On 19 September 2005, Rabia And Another Soldier Were Taken Hostage By Islamic Insurgents As They Tried To Negotiate The Release Of Two Kidnapped British SAS Operatives She Battled For Hours To Save Their Lives, Using Her Legal Expertise, Knowledge Of Islam And Arabic To Negotiate With Their Captors As A Violent Mob Tried To Storm The Compound Where She Was Being Held After Their Release, Her Colleague Received A Military Cross, While Rabia Received Nothing Her Subsequent Sex And Race Discrimination Case Against The British Army Made Headlines Around The World Her Memoir Is A Story Of Grit, Courage And Conviction, Born Out Of A Unique Perspective.


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10 thoughts on “Equal Justice

  1. says:

    Okay, so I m pretty torn about this book It was a very compelling story, however, I feel it would have been better told by a third person Sometimes people do some incredible things and the author is definitely one of them but maybe their stories would come off better if they let someone else tell if for them I m looking at you Mark Inglis The problem for me, I think, is that if a person is telling their own story it is obviously very one sided no matter how balanced they try to be , we g Okay, so I m pretty torn about this book It was a very compelling story, however, I feel it would have been better told by a third person Sometimes people do some incredible things and the author is definitely one of them but maybe their stories would come off better if they let someone else tell if for them I m looking at you Mark Inglis The problem for me, I think, is that if a person is telling their own story it is obviously very one sided no matter ho...

  2. says:

    After reading this I felt inspired to stand upfor myself as a woman, having seen a stronger woman do it already It must have taken an immense amount of courage for Rabia to take on the established cultural norms of the British Army and stand up for what she believed was right, knowing that in doing so she would likely have to wave goodbye to her army career Fortunately for us there were otherenlightened organisations ready to utilise her extensive skills Its empowering reading.Bes After reading this I felt inspired to stand upfor myself as a woman, having seen a stronger woman do it already It must have taken an immense amount of courage for Rabia to take on the established cultural norms of the British Army and stan...

  3. says:

    Somehow I felt this book missed the opportunity to be truly gripping Part of the problem perhaps was to me a sketchy description of the incident which did not impart as much drama as it might have done Good read very interesting though.

  4. says:

    3.75 Loved reading about Rabia s passion for human rights and her intriguing life story as an Australian Muslim in the British Army Not an overly gripping book and I still have a few questions, but overall a really...

  5. says:

    I devoured this book in three sessions Rabia is an amazing woman I believe her She writes in a manner that you feel she is in the room talking to you I d like to know James version and the official version of the army I d also like to know if the passage of time and grandchildren has...

  6. says:

    A readable autobiography from a Western Australian although many of the main events occur overseas I would have liked to see the army s official account and explanation for why she was not included in the debrief and report of the incident, but Rabia has got her debrief out, finally.3.5 stars

  7. says:

    This amazing woman has lived and is living her life to the fullest Her accomplishments she declares humbly but I suspect truthfully throughout this book I would recommend this book to everyone especially our youth If they want it enough they too can fulfil your dreams and desires.

  8. says:

    This is an easy read and an interesting biography it is incredible the path some people s lives take from ordinary beginnings I flet Rabia s account of her life in the British Army was very balanced and unbiased considering what she experienced.

  9. says:

    Spontaneous reads can often be the best type of reads That is definitely true of this book

  10. says:

    Having seen the author present an inspiring and polished talk about her experiences, I was disappointed that her autobiographical account did not live up to the live performance It may well be that there were parts of her story that she can t tell, because of various confidentiality agreements and national security reasons, but I felt that there was so muchthat could have been added, about her legal strategy for instance, and the outcome of the review of discrimination policies in the m Having seen the author present an inspiring and polished talk about her experiences, I was disappointed that her autobi...

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