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Syria: Women fear retribution for so-called 'honour' crimes
"Murders considered to have been in defence of honour are not considered a "crime" under Syrian law, but an "offence". It carries a maximum penalty of a year's imprisonment, but could be reduced to a month by a judge."
Syria: Publicizing "honour" crimes in Syria
The murder of 16-year-old Zahra al-Azzo prompts rights activists, lawyers and the media to speak out against so-called crimes of honour.
Syria: 'Honour' killings denounced as un-Islamic by Syrian Grand Mufti
Murder of 16-year-old spurs the Grand Mufti of Syria to call for legal reform
سورية: دراسة التدقيق الجندري في المكتب المركزي للإحصاء 2004
الصعوبات التي تعترض نشر الوعي حول قضايا العنف المنزلي
سوريا: سكين "الشرف" في إدلب تحصد ثلاثة عشرة امرأة.. في شهرين!!
Syria: Islamic revival led by women tests Syria’s secularism
In Damascus women who identify one another by the distinctive way they tie their head scarves gather for meetings of an exclusive and secret Islamic women’s society known as the Qubaisiate.
سوريا: تجديد الحملة الوطنية لتعديل قانون الجنسية.. "لاعتصام السلمي مسألة واردة"
Syria: Women preachers get government nod
In Syria Muslim female preachers will finally be able to emerge from the underground following a decision by the government to grant them official recognition.
دراسة ميدانية حول العنف الواقع على المرأة في الجمهورية العربية السورية 2005
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