Faye Turney flummoxed a "shallow" Ahmadinejad, she told The Sun. Turney, the only woman in the group of 15 Royal Sailors and Marines kidnapped by the Iranian tyrant, was quickly the face of the hostages. She wrote the letters and spoke the words that were dictated. She did so because she was ordered by her commanding officer, Captain Air, and because Turney wanted to see her three year old daughter grow-up. Turney was in constant fear of being shot to death by her captors.
Of the 15 hostages who were met by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at their departure, only Turney's remarks were not broadcast by the ever anxious Iranian press for supportive soundbites. Why weren't her words broadcast? Well, helpless little mommy Faye Turney proved to Iran's midget tyrant that she is anything but helpless and giving Ahmadinejad a valuable life lesson - never get between a mother and her child.
GUTSY Faye Turney turned the tables on Iranian tyrant Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as he freed her in front of TV cameras — making him SQUIRM.Many people have criticized the Royal Sailors and Marines for their acquiescent behavior, especially Faye Turney for her letter writing. They complied to the degree advised by the commanding officer as best they could without revealing secrets or operation information. Faye Turney, being the only woman, and being singled out by the pirates for special propaganda use,did a superb job knowing she may never see her child again. She chose to continue to provide a better world for her child and her country. Her parting words are proof enough of the worth of women in the defense of country, freedom, and right.
She was the first of the 15 hostages ushered forward during the cynical stunt in the madman’s own Tehran palace garden.
As Faye stood in front of bearded Ahmadinejad he asked her through a translator: “How is your daughter?”
Faye fumed in response: “I don’t know, Mr President, I haven’t seen her for 13 days — remember?”
The Islamic fanatic stuttered: “Oh yes. But haven’t you been allowed a phone call to her?”
Faye replied: “No I most certainly have not”.
Taken aback by her forthright response, Ahmadinejad was momentarily lost for words. Red-faced, he then muttered: “Er, well, good luck in your life and your future”.
And with that he nervously signalled to flunkies to move Faye on so he could meet the next hostage.
An aide then gave her a children’s doll as the president’s personal present for her only child Molly, three.
Faye said of Ahmadinejad: “He looked really embarrassed and didn’t know what to do.”
She has nothing but scorn for the tyrant whose brutal underlings stripped her to her knickers, threw her in a freezing cell and made her believe she would be killed.
Faye continued: “My feeling was he’d started to regret taking us, and he was trying to say to us, ‘No hard feelings, guys’.
“To me, that just defined the sort of man he is — shallow."
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