Women without a voice and what we can do about it

By Ruth Limkin Last night I read about four women from the one family: Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, and Geeti, 13, and Rona Amir Mohammad, 52. All four women died at the hands of close relatives less than two years ago. The household patriarch, along with one of his wives and his son were all found guilty yesterday of their murder. In a world uncomfortably … Continue reading Women without a voice and what we can do about it

No Christmas for Adam

There is no Christmas for four year old Iraqi Adam Eashoue this year. Adam was murdered while attending church in October this year, when extremists burst into the building. They killed two priests, took the congregation hostage and then murdered 50 of them, including Adam and his father. A report yesterday said that, “… the bloodied hand prints of murdered members of the congregation remain on the walls … Continue reading No Christmas for Adam