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They left for Turkey in March to seek physical therapy and healthcare for Amal’s husband.At the hospital in Kilis, Turkey, doctors said her husband’s heart problem would require specialized care.Their neighborhood was under government control and, she said, no armed groups were near their home. The family had moved to the opposition-controlled area of Aleppo and medical care was inaccessible.“I wash him, feed him, and take him to the bathroom,” Amal said.Her four other children—ages 4, 7, 14, and 17—were at home in Aleppo a year ago when a barrel bomb hit.Amal, her husband, and one son were a kilometer away.She and her new husband, Mustafa, 30, were part of a young activist group promoting peaceful change and democracy. Her brother Hussein, a well-known human rights blogger, was arrested with his colleagues Mazen Darwish and Hani Al-Zaytani at the Syria Center for Media and Freedom of Expression in February 2012 and is still in detention.
Nayla Nayla, 52, a teacher from Daraa, and a male friend were transporting a military defector to Damascus when government soldiers searched the car at a checkpoint. They took me and started to beat me.” The soldiers took all three to a detention facility in Damascus, where they blindfolded Nayla and tied her hands behind her back.
Government forces searched for her repeatedly: “They would say, ‘We are keeping our eyes on you.’” She started a small organization to support women’s rights and local political participation.
She soon began interviewing activists on a pro-opposition satellite TV station.
Ever since the initial uprisings against the government of Bashar al-Assad in spring 2011, women in Syria have organized and participated in peaceful demonstrations and provided vital humanitarian assistance to those in need.
(Photo: Marc Veraart / Flickr) From the initial uprisings against the government of Bashar al-Assad in spring 2011, women in Syria have organized and participated in peaceful demonstrations and provided vital humanitarian assistance to those in need.