“Everything about us is shameful. It’s shameful to get a divorce in a rural community, it is shameful for you to complain about your husband in particular, especially if he was your cousin, and shameful for you to do I don’t know what else. A woman must make a decision before she loses her life or the life of her children. For me, it wasn’t only my life that was wasted, but also the lives of my children…”.
We are currently witnessing a pandemic, economic disasters and an imminent war. However, if we examine public debates in recent months, we will notice a significant obsession with women: what they do, what they wear, and how they live.
It seems like episodes of the mystery of the death of Jordanian pilot Muaz al-Kasasbeh have begun to unfold. Al-Kasasbeh’s jet was shot down and he was burned alive in 2015 by Isis, in eastern Syria. “Daraj” reopened the file and sought the truth once more by conducting interviews with Isis leaders at their detention centers in Baghdad.