Nirij

Fadia Abd Al-Hamid Al-Tai
“Suddenly, there was a newfound openness. People entered the era of the Internet, satellite channels and smartphones. Iraqi women began looking at the experiences of women in other parts of the world and tried to construct a new modern image for themselves. But this ran into a wall of tribal structures and the general misunderstanding of religion that has been there for centuries.”
Ahmad Obeid
It is a little known chapter of the Syrian war: the thousands of Syrians who were treated in Israeli hospitals. Some never returned. Omran is one of them. 
NIRIJ
How did armed groups operating under the cover of the Popular Mobilization Forces manage to impose fear through a series of assassinations? Here is a detailed investigation into 2020 assassination of journalist Ahmed Abdel Samad.
Maisar Aladani
The Yazidi Women Survivors Law is a victory, yet many question marks remain. Will the law be implemented or remain ink on paper? How will the land be distributed? And what to do with the children born as a result of rape?
Nawzat Shamdeen
As Pope Francis travels through Iraq, Mosul’s Christians hope his visit will draw attention to their precarious situation, which includes the dossier of some 6,000 stolen properties.
Saman Dawood
Finding the remains of the victims and reburying them is a positive step, yet “just the beginning.” There are dozens of mass graves in Sinjar.
Riad Hamadani
Fatima finds it hard to convince people outside the detention camp that her grandchildren are not responsible for what their parents and grandfather did, and that they do not pose a danger to anyone. Having lived in camps for over three years, most ISIS families still do not know what future lies ahead.
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