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Goodbye Ruby Akhtar (Hardback)

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Hardback 262 Pages / Published: 06/12/2016
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"Goodbye Ruby Akhtar" is the true story of a modern day avatar, who happens to be the reincarnation of an ancient Israelite Queen, who ancient legend suggests made it all the way to Ireland. The Book of Tephi, Queen of Tara and Gibralter prophesied that she would return to Ireland one day to restore justice to the land, and bring peace to the world. Based on personal testimony, the recounting of dreams from early childhood and the opinion of spiritualists, Ruby Akhtar is the reincarnation of the ancient Israelite Queen. The promise made long ago has been fulfilled. Queen Teia Tephi has returned. Fate intervened to bring Ruby to Ireland as a young girl of 12, very much against her will. She is now accepting of her destiny and reconciled to her fate. She knows why she is here and intends to make the best of the soul contract she has been given. Born to a Jewish family in Pakistan, Ruby was married off to a 33-year-old paedophile. Wedding her under false pretences, and vowing to rescue her from a life of third world poverty and limited prospects, he spirited her off to a land that was not "her country, her culture, her people." Ruby was abducted to Northern Ireland, where she suffered repeated acts of sexual abuse over a three year period at the hands of her husband the paedophile ring to which he was attached. She finally managed to escape confinement by jumping from the second floor of the house where she was imprisoned. Fleeing for her life and badly injured from the fall, she somehow managed to hobble several miles to the nearest police station. The officer in charge then acted as her champion, taking her under wing and getting her passport back for her. This is just the beginning of her journey. Her journey's end was sharing her story with the United Nations, and bringing her campaign of justice for young victims to the world.

Publisher: New Generation Publishing
ISBN: 9781787192003
Number of pages: 262
Weight: 557 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 19 mm

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