War in Translation: Giving Voice to
the Women of Syria

In the last few months, I’ve moved houses no less than 35 times. I have been threatened, beaten, strip-searched, thrown in prison, tortured and made to watch as my mother knelt weeping at the dirty feet of tribal leaders to beg for any information about my kidnapped father. I have waited at countless checkpoints, praying … Continue reading War in Translation: Giving Voice to the Women of Syria