Search Results for Tag: female peshmerga
Reports from Iraq suggest that as many as five Japanese are among those detained after the fall of an “Islamic State” stronghold near Mosul. Why did they leave safe and peaceful Japan to live in a war zone?
Date14.09.2017 | 14:03
Love, romance and a dash of heartache have made their stories extremely popular. As Cecelia Ahern publishes her 12th novel, “The Marble Collector,” here are a few more successful writers of the genre.
Date07.11.2015 | 13:04
TagsCecilia Ahern, Charlotte Link, eat pray love, Emily Bronte, empowering women, female peshmerga, Gaby Hauptmann, Hera Lind, Jane Eyre, Katie Fforde, Lord of the Rings, Nicholas Sparks, Rosamunde Pilcher, Utta Danella, women's rights, womensrights
Shiwa left her home country Iran to fight against “Islamic State” because she believes their ideology goes totally against women’s rights. She feels it’s her duty to try to stop them. Listen to her story here!
Date31.10.2015 | 3:37
How does it feel when you are not allowed to say what you think? Many authors have left their country because they received death threats, and some were killed. Read more here!
Date06.06.2015 | 12:06
Tagsdomestic violence, female peshmerga, Gustav Klimt, Islamic State, Miss Piggy, Taslima Nasreen, women writer