April 11, 2021

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“I’m safe from domestic violence,” – Indian Somia Basar .

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somīya basari፣ hinidawīti nati። ‘idimēwa 36 sīhoni raswanimi "kebēti wisit’i t’ik’ati yeterefikunyi" bemaleti tigelit͟s’alechi። ke’āgerwa፣ kebētesebwa፣ kebahilwana maninetwa tenek’ila be’inigilīzi wisit’imi besidetenyineti tinoralechi። somīya wede sī’olineti tek’eyerebinyi yemitilewi yetidari hiyiwetwa yetejemerewi be19 ‘ametwa newi። bemumibayi ketema newi ke’inigilīzawī balwa gari yetegabuti። bewek’itumi yihi newi yemībali tiwiwik’i ālineberachewimi። "silegabicha yeneberenyi hasabi bitinitinu wet’a። bariyawi inidehoniku yahili yisemanyi yejemerewi wedīyawi neberi" bilalechi። bēti wisit’i inide šeratenya፣ lijochi t’ebak’ī፣ migibi ābisayi inidīhumi iswa inidemitilewi "yelijochi mefelifeya mesarīya ādirigo newi yayenyi" tilalechi። bezīhu ālitegetami hunētawochi iyebasu kefitenya ākalawī dibideba፣ šine libonawī t’ik’ati yaderisibati jemeri inidīhumi genizebi yikelekilati neberi። "yihi newi bemayibali hunēta kefitenya t’ik’ati yaderisibinyi neberi። mulu hiyiwetē be’irisu k’ut’it’iri siri neberi" tilalechi። le‘ametatimi yahili inidīhi āyineti t’ik’atochinina bedelochini yetek’wak’wamechiwi lelijochwa sitili neberi። "goshi lelijochwa sitili tewegachi" inidemībalewi balwami titeshi kehēdishi lijochishini bech’irashi ātayachewimi፣ inet’ik’ishalehu bemaleti yasiferarati sileneberi bezīhi "sī’oli" balechiwi tidari k’oyechi። ke’āsiri ‘ametati belayi besik’ayi kenorechi beḫwala balwani lemefitati wesenechi፤ inidalechiwimi āderegechi። firidi bētumi šositi lijochwa le’iswa inidīset’u wesene። negeri gini yek’edimo balwa šositi lijochwani yizo wede inigilīzi feret’et’e። yihimi hunēta bek’alati megilet͟s’i bematichilewi hunēta libwani seberewi። lewerati yahilimi lijochwani lemasimelesi sititageli yek’oyechi sīhoni tesifa bek’oret’echibetimi wek’iti፤ sawiziholi bilaki sīsiterisi yetesenyena yebēti wisit’i t’ik’ati lederesebachewi sētochi digafi yemīyaderigi Indian Somia Basar . "I'm safe from domestic violence"

somīya basari፣ hinidawīti nati። ‘idimēwa 36 sīhoni raswanimi "kebēti wisit’i t’ik’ati yeterefikunyi" bemaleti tigelit͟s’alechi። ke’āgerwa፣ kebētesebwa፣ kebahilwana maninetwa tenek’ila be’inigilīzi wisit’imi besidetenyineti tinoralechi። somīya wede sī’olineti tek’eyerebinyi yemitilewi yetidari hiyiwetwa yetejemerewi be19 ‘ametwa newi። bemumibayi ketema newi ke’inigilīzawī balwa gari yetegabuti። bewek’itumi yihi newi yemībali tiwiwik’i ālineberachewimi። "silegabicha yeneberenyi hasabi bitinitinu wet’a። bariyawi inidehoniku yahili yisemanyi yejemerewi wedīyawi neberi" bilalechi። bēti wisit’i inide šeratenya፣ lijochi t’ebak’ī፣ migibi ābisayi inidīhumi iswa inidemitilewi "yelijochi mefelifeya mesarīya ādirigo newi yayenyi" tilalechi። bezīhu ālitegetami hunētawochi iyebasu kefitenya ākalawī dibideba፣ šine libonawī t’ik’ati yaderisibati jemeri inidīhumi genizebi yikelekilati neberi። "yihi newi bemayibali hunēta kefitenya t’ik’ati yaderisibinyi neberi። mulu hiyiwetē be’irisu k’ut’it’iri siri neberi" tilalechi። le‘ametatimi yahili inidīhi āyineti t’ik’atochinina bedelochini yetek’wak’wamechiwi lelijochwa sitili neberi። "goshi lelijochwa sitili tewegachi" inidemībalewi balwami titeshi kehēdishi lijochishini bech’irashi ātayachewimi፣ inet’ik’ishalehu bemaleti yasiferarati sileneberi bezīhi "sī’oli" balechiwi tidari k’oyechi። ke’āsiri ‘ametati belayi besik’ayi kenorechi beḫwala balwani lemefitati wesenechi፤ inidalechiwimi āderegechi። firidi bētumi šositi lijochwa le’iswa inidīset’u wesene። negeri gini yek’edimo balwa šositi lijochwani yizo wede inigilīzi feret’et’e። yihimi hunēta bek’alati megilet͟s’i bematichilewi hunēta libwani seberewi። lewerati yahilimi lijochwani lemasimelesi sititageli yek’oyechi sīhoni tesifa bek’oret’echibetimi wek’iti፤ sawiziholi bilaki sīsiterisi yetesenyena yebēti wisit’i t’ik’ati lederesebachewi sētochi digafi yemīyaderigi Indian Somia Basar . "I'm safe from domestic violence"

Somia Basar is Indian. “I’m safe from domestic violence,” she said at the age of 36.


Displaced by her country, family, culture and identity, she lives in exile in England.
Somia’s conversion to hell began when she was 19 years old.
She is married to an Englishman in Mumbai. At the time, they did not know each other.
“My thoughts about marriage were shattered. I immediately felt like I was a slave,” she said.
“He saw me as a babysitter,” she says, as a housemaid, babysitter, cook and, as she puts it.
Undaunted, he began to abuse her physically, psychologically, and financially.
“He used to attack me immensely. My whole life was under his control,” she said.
For years, she endured such abuse for the sake of her children. As the saying goes, “The buffalo was stabbed for the sake of her children.”
After more than a decade of suffering, she decided to divorce her husband; She did as she was told. The court decided to give her three children to her.
But her ex-husband moved to England with her three children. This broke her heart beyond words.
For months she struggled to get her children back, and when she became discouraged, She joined the South Black Sisters, a charity that supports women who have been victims of domestic violence.

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