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Rania al-Baz was a TV news producer in Saudi Arabia when her husband brutally beat her – to the point where he thought she was dead. After the abuse, in which she suffered 13 fractures to her face and landed in a coma, al-Baz made the brave decision to publish photos of her now unrecognizable face.
Rania al-Baz was a TV news producer in Saudi Arabia when her husband brutally beat her – to the point where he thought she was dead. After the abuse, in which she suffered 13 fractures to her face and landed in a coma, al-Baz made the brave decision to publish photos of her now unrecognizable face.

There is immense power in sharing stories and in relating to others with experiences similar to your own. There is comfort in a book's power to remove you from the isolation that can often accompany a marginalized identity. Everyone deserves to feel like they belong. Reading stories that accurately portray ...
(FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP/Getty Images) Nine years have passed since the people of Saudi Arabia were shocked by newspaper photos of the battered, swollen face of Rania Al-Baz, a well-known television newscaster. Her ghastly injuries were inflicted by her husband, who beat her nearly to death.
It was in 2004 when Dana Brooks, a producer with the show, called asking me to interview Rania al Baz, who had been savagely beaten by her husband and left for dead in front of a Jeddah hospital. The beautiful Saudi television presenter was barely alive when a doctor found her in the car park breathing shallowly with 13 ...
Eighteen months ago, Rania Al Baz was a stunningly beautiful young Saudi woman, who prided herself on her modern life and her professional accomplishments as the very visible host of Saudi Television's morning show. On screen, she wore brightly colored headscarves in defiance of the ubiquitous ...

Domestic violence against Arab women was always a taboo subject until one woman's bravery shed some light on it, reports CBS News correspondent Sheila MacVicar. This was the story that scandalized Saudi Arabia and tore the veil off the taboo subject of domestic violence. Rania al Baz was beaten ...
A Saudi television presenter who was nearly killed by her husband in one of the most publicised cases of domestic violence in the conservative kingdom has written a book about her life. Pictures of the disfigured face of Rania al-Baz were seen worldwide following the publication of details of the violence in ...
Earlier this month, a prominent Saudi television presenter made international headlines when she permitted newspapers to print horrific images of injuries she said she had sustained from an alleged beating by her husband. Rania al-Baz's bruised and swollen face shocked the global community - and ...
Rania al-Baz said her husband, Mohammed al-Fallatta, beat her so hard earlier this week that he broke her nose and fractured her face in 13 places. She is recovering in hospital. Police are looking for Mr Fallatta, an unemployed singer. Reuters news agency says he faces charges of attempted murder.
Rania al-Baz was a TV news producer in Saudi Arabia when her husband brutally beat her – to the point where he thought she was dead. After the abuse, in which she suffered 13 fractures to her face and landed in a coma, al-Baz made the brave decision to publish photos of her now unrecognizable face.
There is immense power in sharing stories and in relating to others with experiences similar to your own. There is comfort in a book's power to remove you from the isolation that can often accompany a marginalized identity. Everyone deserves to feel like they belong. Reading stories that accurately portray ...
(FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP/Getty Images) Nine years have passed since the people of Saudi Arabia were shocked by newspaper photos of the battered, swollen face of Rania Al-Baz, a well-known television newscaster. Her ghastly injuries were inflicted by her husband, who beat her nearly to death.
It was in 2004 when Dana Brooks, a producer with the show, called asking me to interview Rania al Baz, who had been savagely beaten by her husband and left for dead in front of a Jeddah hospital. The beautiful Saudi television presenter was barely alive when a doctor found her in the car park breathing shallowly with 13 ...
Then in 2005, in a "Women around the world" segment, Winfrey interviewed Rania Al Baz, a victim of domestic abuse, who became one of the first Saudi women to publicly show her battered face. Winfrey's comment during the interview — "Thank God we live in America" — caused an outcry, many calling ...
Eighteen months ago, Rania Al Baz was a stunningly beautiful young Saudi woman, who prided herself on her modern life and her professional accomplishments as the very visible host of Saudi Television's morning show. On screen, she wore brightly colored headscarves in defiance of the ubiquitous ...
Rania al Baz was beaten nearly to death, and she was courageous enough to go public. "He told me, 'I'm not coming to beat you. I am coming to kill you.' He grabbed me by the neck and flung me to the ground," she says. For six years, she had been the very popular host of Saudi television's morning show.

A Saudi television presenter who was nearly killed by her husband in one of the most publicised cases of domestic violence in the conservative kingdom has written a book about her life. Pictures of the disfigured face of Rania al-Baz were seen worldwide following the publication of details of the violence in ...
Earlier this month, a prominent Saudi television presenter made international headlines when she permitted newspapers to print horrific images of injuries she said she had sustained from an alleged beating by her husband. Rania al-Baz's bruised and swollen face shocked the global community - and ...
Rania al-Baz said her husband, Mohammed al-Fallatta, beat her so hard earlier this week that he broke her nose and fractured her face in 13 places. She is recovering in hospital. Police are looking for Mr Fallatta, an unemployed singer. Reuters news agency says he faces charges of attempted murder.
Rania al-Baz was a TV news producer in Saudi Arabia when her husband brutally beat her – to the point where he thought she was dead.
There is immense power in sharing stories and in relating to others with experiences similar to your own. There is comfort in a book's power to ...
Until 2004, Rania Al-Baz appeared regularly on the television program The Kingdom this Morning, her hair covered but her face unveiled.
It was in 2004 when Dana Brooks, a producer with the show, called asking me to interview Rania al Baz, who had been savagely beaten by her husband and left ...
Then in 2005, in a "Women around the world" segment, Winfrey interviewed Rania Al Baz, a victim of domestic abuse, who became one of the ...
Rania al Baz was beaten nearly to death, and she was courageous enough to go public. "He told me, 'I'm not coming to beat you. I am coming ...
Pictures of the disfigured face of Rania al-Baz were seen worldwide following the publication of details of the violence in a Saudi newspaper ...
Rania al-Baz's bruised and swollen face shocked the global community - and ignited an unprecedented public debate within Saudi Arabia itself ...
Rania al-Baz said her husband, Mohammed al-Fallatta, beat her so hard earlier this week that he broke her nose and fractured her face in 13 ...
There is immense power in sharing stories and in relating to others with experiences similar to your own. There is comfort in a book's power to ...
Until 2004, Rania Al-Baz appeared regularly on the television program The Kingdom this Morning, her hair covered but her face unveiled.
It was in 2004 when Dana Brooks, a producer with the show, called asking me to interview Rania al Baz, who had been savagely beaten by her ...
Then in 2005, in a "Women around the world" segment, Winfrey interviewed Rania Al Baz, a victim of domestic abuse, who became one of the ...
Rania al Baz was beaten nearly to death, and she was courageous enough to go public. "He told me, 'I'm not coming to beat you. I am coming ...
Rania al Baz was beaten nearly to death, and she was courageous enough to go public. "He told me, 'I'm not coming to beat you. I am coming ...
Pictures of the disfigured face of Rania al-Baz were seen worldwide following the publication of details of the violence in a Saudi newspaper ...
Pictures of the disfigured face of Rania al-Baz were seen worldwide following the publication of details of the violence in a Saudi newspaper ...
Rania al-Baz's bruised and swollen face shocked the global community - and ignited an unprecedented public debate within Saudi Arabia itself ...
Rania al-Baz's bruised and swollen face shocked the global community - and ignited an unprecedented public debate within Saudi Arabia itself ...
Rania al-Baz said her husband, Mohammed al-Fallatta, beat her so hard earlier this week that he broke her nose and fractured her face in 13 ...


 

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