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  • Honor Crimes: A Continuous Injustice

    Honor crimes are the killing of a female in a family by a male member because of the suspicion or belief that the woman or girl committed an act which violates their perceived morality, such as adultery or illicit relations with the opposition sex, in order to cleanse the shame and preserve the family and community’s honor.


  • Human Rights Activism in Documenting Violations and Its Relation to Transitional Justice in Syria

    Human rights violations increased dramatically after the Syrian revolution in 2011. The regime and even some factions related to the armed opposition, both Islamic and moderate ones, have performed human rights violations, including murder, torture, all kinds of detention, and other violations.


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