Fida al-Hassan, mother,from the city of Raqqa, speaks of some practices of ISIS for women’s rights.
My father forced me to marry and I was 16 years old, a man who is 40 years older than me, and I grew up with a greater responsibility than I did. But I learned life quickly. I had two daughters, (Maryam18 years old_Jud 16 years old).
I had a relationship with my neighbors that was crowned by affection and respect until I was blackened in my city by the blackness of Da’ash, and the fate of my destiny is that I live in the black widow’s building, so I call it Umm al-Qatada al-Homsiyyah with a proud face and eyes that drip venom poison
I did not know her and did not share her visit or talk until she saw my daughter Maryam when we opened the door of the house until she rushed to us smiling that yellow smile, saying, God willing, you have these two moons and you do not tell me why you do not go out and show your daughters to marry them.I said: They are still young and I do not think they are going to marry them now.
She said (Umm Qatada) whether the matter you can not decide it I decide whether they are valid for marriage or not, so that your daughters are not subject to the sedition of young people, and I will bring the bridegrooms for your daughters for the legitimate view and left. This woman is one of the models of women ISIS.
I did not care about her words and closed the door of my house and repeated those positions between the encouragement and intimidation of me and my daughters, and began harassment and search my house for more than the pretext of the presence of the sound of songs and sometimes on the pretext of having a shower and other charges false.
So I decided to leave the area to escape harassment and to keep my daughter and moved to the village of Salhiya on 10 \ 4 \ 2017 and there I worked in olive picking and cleaning the basins of orchards, I and my daughters to live and do not need anyone.
When the Liberation Forces approached (SDF) and liberated us, we were taken to Ain Issa camp. My husband and I received the necessary treatment and humanitarian care. Now I live in the camp waiting for my return to my home and city.