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Linda Rossen Darlings girls i am thinking of you and your Mother and I will continue to advocate on your behalf so you dreams can come true. I am a teacher and I hope one day I will see you become a teacher too! 💕💕
Kara Jane Hello we would love you to join us in our beautiful country australia and be free to play and go to school like you should be. I hope that day will be soon. Stay strong and no not everyone acts like out heartless government.
Wendy Steed Hi beautiful girls, I have two girls grown up now, and they loved barbie dolls too. I hope one day freedom comes for you all, if there is anything you need please let us know, I wonder if you need blankets, or clothes, it is hard for us on the outside because we don’t know how to help you…. Lots of love and hugs from Wendy
Cornelia Boelke You girls are so precious! Please never forget that. Never underestimate your abilities ’cause others say so. There’s so much light in all of you. So much you can give to this world. I’m deeply in awe you’re treated this way at an age when you need guidance and protection the most. Sending love
Narelle Young Hi, my name is Mahalia. I am 6 years old. I like to go in the pool near my home because there is a big ring to float on. I am sad you live on Naru. I hope you can come to Australia soon. What is it like in your place?
Clare Pascoe What brave girls you are, to be willing to tell us your names! Our government has no idea what they’re missing out on by keeping such brave and clever children out of our country. Stay strong and look after each other; you will get through this. And hopefully one day you’ll be able to be free in Australia.
Fiona Hildebrand You’re both so grown up now! Beautiful English language too Laibar, I can imagine your Mum is so proud of all of her girls. wish I could play another game of uno with you! Nurse Fiona xxoo
Take care and much love
Rosalia Vearing Hello Aina! Thanks for sharing the video of your sister, she is gorgeous and I’m sure she will achieve all her goals as you all will. You have done an excellent editing job on the video too. Our thoughts and prayers are with you!
Rachael Tidd Aina, Mizbah, Faizar and Laibar I will tell your names to my children, you are already teaching us so much, I hope we can learn from you. Thank you and sorry and bonne chance, bon courage xo
Sarah Gleeson heart emoticon heart emoticon Thinking of you and sending you hugs! You all seem so bright and full of promise. I wish and hope that you will be out in the big world soon. heart emoticon heart emoticon
Cait McMahon Wonderful to see you children back. I wish you love and warm wishes, and freedom. You do not deserve what you are receiving from our government or what adults bestow on you. Know that you are welcome in Australia.
Rachel Regan Hello Aina! It is lovely to hear from you. I am Rachel, a teacher and a mother of a 9 year old little girl and a 6 year old boy. Their names are Isla and Riley. I love your movie smile emoticon stay strong! We haven’t forgotten you smile emoticon
Cherie Low Thank you for the lovely video of your gorgeous little sister. Her English is very good. I hope that you will all be in Australia with your family very soon. Sending lots of love to you all.
Ali McPhee Harris Hi Aina, Mizbah, Faizar and Laibar, my name is Edie and my sister’s name is Nell (Ali is my mum). I am 10 and my sister is nearly 9. We like to watch movies and play with Barbies too. We hope you find a good home soon, and that you won’t be on Nauru for too much longer.
Alexia Mayer Nice to meet you, clever, brave girls. I hope that you and all the other children, women and men will be freed from Nauru and Manus Island soon. I wish you strength, hope, love and freedom.
Sharon Egan Hi Aina thank you so much for sharing with us. Laibar, it was lovely to hear your voice. My daughter’s name is Maisie and she is also five. She’s starting school next year and loves stories too. Take care beautiful girls.
Pamela Clingman How lovely to meet you and your sisters and Mother. Stay strong and know you arr not forgotten. I want you all to have a beautiful life here in Australia an will loby our politicians again so they know we don’t support your detention xxx
Maree Smith HI Aina, Mizbah,Faizar and Laibar, lovely to see your movie. I hope you and your mother are well. Look forward to further messages and you release from detention very soon. Hugs and Kisses, stay safe.
Leigh Holdaway Hi Aina, thank you for sharing. I hope you, your sisters and your Mum can make it to Australia one day to enjoy more education, stories, and a peaceful life smile emoticon heart emoticon
Clare Danaher I am so sorry for the way you are being treated. You are not forgotten, you are in the hearts of many. And we will keep fighting for your freedom. Thank you for your stories and for being so brave. So much love
Susan Smith I hope you will all be out of there real soon and have a safe, happy and peaceful life here in our beautiful country. I am sure you will all be able to live your dreams here. You deserve to after such a hard life filled with uncertainty. Just be assured that the wait will be worth it and keep strong. xo
Goodrum Phoenix Aina and all your family thankyou for sharing this, your story, many Australians protest about and do not wish for people, families to be treated this way, we want for children and their families to flourish, to have opportunities like we have, including education. You are very much in our thoughts and hearts. Thankyou for your message, your courage. heart emoticon
Cathie Hawes It sounds like Laibar loves everything my daughters loved when they were young. They are big girls now and one of them is studying to be a teacher. I hope that Laibar gets to be a teacher one day and your family end up living a happy life here in Australia.
Douglas Turnbull Most Australians are appalled by the conditions and what is happening in the detention centres. We are appealing to the Australian government to close the detention centres and bring the refugees to Australia.
Carol Jeanneret Lovely to meet you all. 😀 Thank you for your message and we hope you are all free to live in Australia soon. We have not forgotten you are there and we wish freedom, safety and happiness to you
Julie Corby Hello, so pleased to meet you Aina , Mizbah, Faizar and Laibur heart emoticon Thank you for your story, you will make a wonderful teacher, and I loved to play with Barbie dolls too . Sending you and your mum lots of love and cuddles, and know that we are thinking of you all heart emoticon x
Tania Demianeuk Hello from my children!! heart emoticon I tried to send a photo of them saying hello but I couldn’t work it out, so I’ve changed my profile picture to them waving hello, if you want to see them. Please know that your messages are very much talked about in our home, we think you guys are AWESOME! Sending you all our love and thanks for your terrific messages xxx
Kat Radi Thank you for posting your story. I hope soon you can come to Australia and go to school so when you grow up you can be a great teacher. I am ashamed that our government has not set you free. I would love you to come to this country Xx
Celia Chew I have children who also love to play with Barbie dolls and listen to stories just like you, Aina. We hope that love will prevail and that one day soon you will be able to do those things in freedom. Lots of love to you and all of the children on Nauru.
Liz Glover Thank you for sharing your hopes and dreams with us – we will do everything we can to help your dreams come true. You, your sisters and your mother deserve to live free and happy lives. Lots of love and care Susan.
Trish Campbell Dear Aina thank you for your story and the video by your little sister. You look like very beautiful girls and I pray you will be free from Nauru soon and one day become a teacher. We will keep trying to help you come to Australia. I wish you lots of love xxx
Julia Holland In some ways Australia is a good country and in some ways it is very bad. The worst thing it has done is to lock up beautiful children like you in a terrible place. Take care of each other and know that many people in Australia are asking our government to let you be free and live here.
Carolyn Diamond Hello Aina, Mizbah, Faizar and Laibur… sisters are the best! I have four sisters (my mother and father were lucky enough to have five girls!), and they are my best friends. I can tell your sisters are very special to you also. Sending you love and hugs… you are all incredible girls smile emoticon
Sarah Clarkson I hope you have many books to read with lots of wonderful pictures to look at. Keep reading and learning. Using your mind is the most powerful tool you have. I hope you and your family will get all that you wish for. Big hugs.
Mellisa Giancarlo Laibar sounds very smart and I am sure she will make a wonderful teacher one day. Laibar is already teaching the world why we should always make sure children are free and have the opportunity to be the best they can be. Aina, Mizbah, Faizar and Laibar, you are not forgotten.
Cynthia Ellis Dear Laibar, I know another little girl with the same name and she is as cute as you are. I think you are very brave and very smart and I hope one day you can live where it’s not so hot and become the teacher you want to be . here is a four leaf clover they are suppose to bring good luck. XO
Michele Pollock Lovely photos! Please try to create as many “pretty things” as you can. Pretty bits of ribbon, pretty mirrors, pretty pieces of hair that have been trimmed – there is so much beauty in this world and I hope you will be able to see it all soon. Thinking of you all…
Kirsten Lee Im so sorry about our government…. Im sosorry you have een through so much pain… Im sosorry we have protested so many of us but they wont let you go…. We love you and are so sorry you are in pain… We willnever give up!!! so many hundredsof Australians
Karin Tracey I think of you every day and love that this Facebook page can help to Connect you with Australians who really want to welcome you into our country. I am teaching my 6 year old son about what is happening on Nauru. He says, “hello. I hope you are okay”.
Penny Dadswell Zyl It is wonderful to hear that you are getting our messages. We are so happy to learn about thee things you do. We think of you daily and want you to know how much we want you to be free and come to Australia.
Daniel Montgomery There are alot of friends in Australia that wish you and your family were here with us, and I will do all that I can to get your story out to all of Australia. You are all amazing and inspirational. Be strong and have hope, there are alot of friends fighting for you and your family and friends. Australians care about all of you.
Fiona Sweet-Formiatti Dear Aina, like you I have three sisters. You are very smart and pretty. We all like hearing from you. We are wishing you a good future. Remember there are many people who care about you and your family. Take care. heart emoticon heart emoticon heart emoticon heart emoticon
Christina Coombe What a beautiful video. Four beautiful girls. Thank you for sharing your family story and your dream. What a beautiful smile you have. I am glad you have a lovely family. I am certain you bring them a lot of joy and that they are very proud of you. Love to you all and to your Mum. You are in our thoughts. xx.
Angharad Evans Brave, beautiful and clever! Thank you for your story. Lots of people are trying to help get all children out of detention. I really hope it happens soon. I know lots of people will Australia will welcome you and help you.
Margot Rodrom-Robertson Aina, thank you for your effort and your courage! Hearing your little sister’s voice made me smile. She has a lovely voice and her English is so good. Thank you for letting me into your family. You all seem beautiful people, inside and out. Take care and please do not give up hope – there are many people trying to get you out of detention. xx
There are So Many people thinking of you all and wishing you well and wishing for you to get out sometime soon Hope you can keep your spirits up and find good things to do during your time on Nauru. Wishing Peace and wellness for you and your lovely family
Max Cooper Dear Aina, Mizbah, Faizar and Laibar. I send you my love and thoughts to you all, and your mother, and congratulations on making a beautiful video and Facebook page! Please know that there are many people in Australia that wish that you were not on Nauru and were allowed to come and live here. I hope to see more videos from you all! Much Love from Melbourne
Mary Moran Keep hope alive because many extremely kind people work hard to bring you ,your sisters and many others from Nauru .We all loved your Video and know that someday you will be a very Proud Australian.
Gopala Romeo I am teacher of ten and eleven year olds in the US. I will tell my students about you all. We read about Nauru but there was no mention of the detention center. We send out love and will think on how to help.
Ardna Xela Thank you for the lovely video girls. I pray that sometime soon you will be able to find a safe home close to us. Go to school and play with our children. We think of you and care about you and I wish you and your family courage and happiness!
Jan Govett Thank you for your video. It is wonderful to read your words, and hear your voices. Thank you. We are trying so hard to bring you all safely to Australia. We will keep working till it happens.
Sabina Gugler Thank you for the beautiful and lovely messages it’s an honour and a blessing to get to know you all better, for now keep smiling and keep up with posting and communicating with all of your supporters on this wonderful page. heart emoticon
Sonya Bell Thank you for sharing your wonderful video Laibar and Aina. I too love pretty things and education. You all deserve lots of both and much happiness as well. Sending much love to you and your mother xxx
Lady-Shaula Salathe My little girl loves Barbies too! And she loves stories as well. We can’t wait until you come to Australia. Wait with hope and love. We will keep working to get you here. xxx heart emoticon
Valerie Kennedy Thank you for your beautiful video, and I hope soon you will be able to meet some of us here in Australia. We will keep working hard to help you and your family have the life you deserve. Stay strong! With love and best wishes from Melbourne.
Rebecca Stevens Hi Aina, I loved the video you made and very much want for you and all the refugees on Nairu to come to Australia. Please keep your spirits high and know there are many Australians who do not support the governments policy of locking people away for years. Love from Newcastle.
Janina Cartwright My lovely children. Thank you for this beautiful video. I am so sorry that you are kept in this horrible detention centre and I hope with all my heart that you will be able to start a new life here in Australia as soon as possible. I can only apologise for how you are bring treated lots and lots of love to you and your family
Mop Lane Wow, what a beautiful smile. I think you will be a wonderful teacher. I know that your dreams will come true and we will love to hear more from you and your lovely family. Stay strong and remember the good people in Australia love you.
Ammarah Siddique My daughter is five n she too wants to be a teacher n loves playing with barbie dolls n watches cartoons n absolutely loves books… So if she has a chance to freedom then my dear u do too!!!
Pretty faces with gorgeous smiles. Stay strong little ones, for one day and I do hope it is soon you will be in Australia and going to school having fun and playing games with other children. We are all praying for change.
Nancy Gaskin What a wonderful introduction. It is so very nice to meet Aina, Mizbah, Faizar and Laibar. Laibar you spoke so beautifully and you speak very good english heart emoticon Bless you little darling and bless your sisters and mother heart emoticon
Margery Cass Hi Aina, it’s lovely to hear from you. You sound like someone who is brave, intelligent and caring, and we need more people like that in Australia. Lots of people are trying hard to get you out of Nauru, so keep doing what you are doing – looking after your sisters, working at your education, and never giving up. xxx
Pamela Collett We have NOT forgotten you nor your families. We are trying to change the Australian government’s inhumane policies. CLOSE MANUS. CLOSE NAURU. Bring people to Australia to assess their claims to asylum.
Louise Craig Hello Aina, and your siblings and friends. I’m so glad you’ve started this page so we can get to know you all. Australia currently has a very bad government with very bad policies, but there are many people who didn’t vote for them and who want changes, so you can all come to live in Australia and get a good education and live a good life. Best wishes to you all. Many of us are thinking of you.
Nikki Hannan Lovely to meet you. I am Australian but now live in New Zealand with my family. You are not forgotten my children and I talk often about you and the other children in detention. We send you love and good thoughts. As the sun comes up and when it goes down and any other time you feel alone please please remember, You are in our hearts and minds every day.
Free the Children NAURU That is a great idea! if you send your story reading or youtube link to firstname.lastname@example.org we can make sure it gets to the children in Nauru smile emoticon Every kind gesture makes a difference
Fiona Hale isn’t this wonderful that we can communicate like this, for you to know there are so many people in Australia who wish you were part of our community, it will happen, it must happen. Keep learning your english, you speak very well and I am sure with your determination and support of your sisters and family you will all one day get the lives you deserve – and the lives that so many of us here take for granted x
Cristin Cricco-Powell Hello from the US! My family wants you to know that we also support you and your family. I love that you have taken a difficult situation and found a way to make it better for yourself, to let your voice be heard. Girls like you will change the world! Keep being your shining self, and a wonderful role model for your sisters, who obviously love you very much. X
Buddy Smith It is so lovely to hear your voice, Laibar smile emoticon Being a teacher is a wonderful goal, teachers are so important in the world, helping the children to grow up well and love learning. I hope we see you here soon heart emoticon
Sally Herbert Welcome to Australia girls. Please understand that many Australians are ashamed at the way you and your family are being detained. We want this to change. We don’t know how. Stay strong. Keep up the great Facebook work you are doing. Peace. X
Bar Finch It is exciting to be introduced to these lovely children. We are working to try to bring the children to Australia and to house them in communities. Many Australians, like me, think our immigration policy is a disgrace. Thanks to all of you for sharing this facebook site.
Stephany Panhuysen Thank you Aina, Laibar, Faizar, and Mizbah. It is lovely to be able to see you and hear your story. I hope you get the life you wish for in Australia and that you will not be in Nauru much longer. heart emoticon
Penny Dadswell Zyl Dear Aina, Laibar, Faizar, Mizbah and your mother, it is marvelous to hear from you all and we send our love and hope to free you soon from Nauru. I have been there briefly many years ago and I did not enjoy it at all. So try not to give up hope, we will continue to try to help you gain freedom here in Australia. With loving thoughts from me, my husband, my two daughters and my four grandchildren xox
Maya Iriondo My daughter Pandora is dictating to me her own message: “I’m sorry that you have to live in a place far away from where you wanted to be. I’m almost 7, and I was born in O’ahu, Hawaii, which is also a small island but very different from Nauru. I have no sisters, like you, but I have one brother. Do you want to be friends? Because I never met you but we could be in touch and tell each other about how we are doing.”
Terry Russell Thankyou Aina, you are a very lovely family. I hope it will be soon that you all are living in Australia. Your Family will definitely make Australia a much nicer place. I pray that you are all safe, you have a very good talent. Please keep making your films. . Say hello to my daughter Mina Taherkhani .
Asha Maria Hello dear Aina, thank you for sharing your story. I have many sisters too and it’s wonderful, especially when you grow up because you have so many wonderful women loving you who know you so well. Keep learning as much as you can and let your family know we see this lovely story. heart emoticon
Liz Kennedy How nice to meet you two lovely girls, Aina and Laibar. It looks like you guys are taking care of each other in stinky old Nauru, which is nice to see. My family and all my friends think it is terrible that you are stuck on that island when you should be free to live your lives how you want to. Give my love to your mother, who must be pretty awesome to have raised such great daughters under such hard conditions.