Violence Against Women

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.”
Maya El Ammar
The daughters’ silence does not mean that during all this time they were uncertain their mother had been wronged and deliberately taken from them too early. If the case proves one thing it is that nothing can cut the tie between a mother and her daughters, while the battle for women’s justice continues …
Aya Mansour
With the rise of the religious tide in the country, and the increase in corruption and political division, many Iraqis see no other way to solve their worldly issues than to visit the imams’ shrines, and pray …
Ann Dismorr and Rachel Dore-Weeks
Violence against women is still seen by too many as acceptable and too often normalized. But it is far from normal – we must stop letting it be.
Safia Mahdi
The one maimed by acid. The other burnt alive. Two recent crimes targeting Yemeni women raise the issue of domestic violence in the war-torn country.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني