In the past few days, Noor Maasarwe has been through absolute hell.
Last Tuesday, her sister Aya Maasarwe was murdered on her way home from a comedy show in Melbourne.
“A little girl with BIG dreams,” Noor wrote.
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“She was living a dream in Melbourne, a dream that ended up being worse than a nightmare,” she continued.
Accompanying a photo of a painting made by Aya, Noor went on to explain how Aya was on a FaceTime call with another one of her sisters when she was horrifically attacked.
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A little girl with BIG dreams, that how Aiia was. this is a painting Aiia painted in 2014. she was living a dream in Melbourne, a dream that ended up being worst than a nightmare. Violence against women is not a women issue, it is a men issue. We tell women if they feel unsafe to make a call so that they can feel safe. but Aiia was on the phone with my sister Ruba when all that happen. BUT What do we tell men to do？ Do we tell the how to behave？ we tell them nothing！That’s what we tell them. BUT when NEED to tell them something from now on！ Let’s make the world a better place for us to survive in and for the next generation. I pray and hope that this won’t happen again. No one deserve to be treated like that. No matter where they come from where they are What they believe in WE ARE ALL HUMANS AT THE END AND THAT’S WHAT MATTER. A BIG Thanks to the people of Australia, Baqa al Gharbiyye and people from around the world for their love, care and support. Reminding us that there are still good people in the world.
“We tell women if they feel unsafe to make a call so that they can feel safe. But Aya was on the phone to my sister Ruba when all that happened,” she wrote.
“But what do we tell men to do? Do we tell them how to behave? We tell them nothing,” she continued.
Within the post, Aya also thanked the Australian public for their love and support.