Girlhood in Syria.

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ContributionsDosch, Mary Calhoun Hewes, comp., Hewes, Agnes (Danforth), American University of Beirut.
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LC ClassificationsDS80.4 .G5
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Pagination77 p.
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Open LibraryOL5597464M
LC Control Number68003263

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book for Home, The Map of Salt and Stars, The Arab of the Future: A Childhood i. There are so many painful stories about young girls and women in Syria, that I’d need a book to tell them all. The stories of Syrian women’s struggles are of the forced marriages as a result of war, loneliness, and displacement, having to leave school, abandon their dreams.

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Described as the deadliest civil conflict of the 21st century so far, the war in Syria has left more thandead and caused 11 million people to flee the country.

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The novel opens in Syria, as a beautiful, young (and virginal) Syrian Christian teenager named Anissa just manages to escape the slaughter of her family at the hands of Islamist rebels.

Her father's last words fixed in her head--his plea that she leave her family behind to get out and help her people by advancing herself--the young refugee. Syrian Girls. 8, likes talking about this. This page is a platform to give information about Syrian girls and their culture.

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Samar Yazbek is a journalist and a native of Syria. As a result, The Crossing is not just a journalistic account of the country’s descent into chaos.

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It portrays the hardships endured by Syrian refugees as they flee their home country and attempt to rebuild their lives in Europe. Current Syrian President Bashar Assad inherited leadership of the regime created by his father, the late Hafez Assad.

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The elder Assad is the subject of another, widely quoted book on Syria, by. The Pianist from Syria: A Memoir Aeham Ahmad, as told to Sandra Hetzl and Ariel Hauptmeier, trans. from the German by Emanuel Bergmann. Atria, $25 (p) ISBN   Ibrahim, 2, in northeastern Syria, plays with a Syrian Yazidi caregiver the day the toddler was left behind by his Yazidi mother when she returned to Iraq.

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Almost a decade of civil and military unrest has left Syrian children mentally scarred, angry and traumatised, according to new research.

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In the largest such survey yet carried out, researchers. Civil war in Syria has contributed to the sharp increase in reported incidents of children being stopped from accessing education, physically attacked for trying to go to school or having their.

History. In the 20th century a movement for women's rights developed in Syria, made up largely of upper-class, educated women. InNaziq al-Abid founded Noor al-Fayha (Light of Damascus), the city's first women's organization, alongside an affiliated publication of the same name.

She was made an honorary general of the Syrian Army after fighting in the Battle of Maysaloun, and in she. Harry Potter author J.K.

Rowling has gifted a young girl living in war-torn Syria with copies of her famous boy wizard -year-old Bana has been watching the Harry Potter films to.

The ongoing civil war in Syria has had a serious impact on many aspects of Syrian life. Syria once contained a highly educated middle class, but since the start of the civil war, this has significantly declined. Women have experienced a large reduction in their access to education.

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