As soon as zin Mar Aung was released, she jumped back into political work.
Brown observed that those 11 years must have been “hell,” and asked if zin Mar Aung had had any contact with other prisoners.
The audience was spellbound to hear panelist zin Mar Aung give her dramatic, firsthand account of life behind bars in Burma.
a low palm-tree, the south-eastern corner of the desert et-Tih, the wilderness of Paran, between the Gulf of Akabah and the head of the Wady Guraiyeh (Num. 13:21). To be distinguished from the wilderness of Sin (q.v.).