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Living Under Islamic Rule

Artist Blog by Mouneb Taim

In northwest Syria, the region came under Islamic governance, imposing dress codes that included black hijabs for children aged 10 and below, and full black attire for female teachers. The area, subjected to frequent bombings, witnessed a school divided between ruins and a precarious half where children continued their studies amid ongoing airstrikes. The contrast was stark as Islamic lessons persisted despite the looming threat, highlighting the challenges faced in this war-torn region.

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