Halima Bashir

Bashir meeting President [[George W. Bush]] in 2008 Halima Bashir is the fictitious name of a Sudanese medical doctor, who is the author of ''Tears of the Desert'', a memoir about women's experiences with genocide and war in Darfur. She worked as a doctor in rural Sudan, before being abused at the hands of the National Intelligence and Security Service after reporting truthfully to United Nations officials about an attack by the Janjaweed militia on a nearby school. She has since moved to the United Kingdom, where she claimed asylum. Provided by Wikipedia
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