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Jul 21, 9:12am Top

Do you think Djamila could be a weak link?

Jul 21, 10:13am Top

I think she might be — she’s getting too close to the children and I wonder if the Ahmed at the garage is her Ahmed from training

Jul 21, 11:22am Top

I think she's starting to question what she is doing. She's finding that her time in the U.S. has shown her that we aren't as bad as she's been lead to believe. I don't think she's going to be allowed to change her mind but I don't think she is going to react well under pressure.

Jul 21, 12:19pm Top

She could certainly be a weak link. I think her head is starting to be turned, and another stumbling block is her attachment to the children.

Jul 21, 2:53pm Top

I think she's starting to change her mind, but I don't know if she had the strength to resist.

Jul 21, 4:36pm Top

>5 Olivermagnus: That would be my thinking too.

Jul 22, 10:48am Top

I think she is softening too.

Aug 19, 4:52pm Top

Yes, I do; she dreams of having sons. And I think Ahmed is the man she knew from training, and that he also has his own agenda. If he finds out about Djamila, they could end up driving off into the sunset together, (if they aren't killed, of course!).


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