*”Liberated T”, is a Syrian advocacy campaign that aims to change the negative gender stenotypes imposed mainly by our society on women, it focuses on theSyrian women’s stories, battles, and experiences. It will also expose the gender based violations they face on their daily lives. *In standard Arabic language the femininity letter T added to the verb to make it feminine is named “The Quiet T”. Our campaign uses the same femininity T but we are changing its name into liberated T, instead of “quiet”.

Alma Shehadah’s story

She was injured in a car accident on her way back from an emergency operation. She was transported to the Abbasids Hospital due to the gravity of her wounds. She was pregnant, the regime found out where she was and arrested her again. She was transported to al-Muwassat Hospital where she was paralyzed and strained to a bed. After she gave birth, the regime took away the child.
She was smuggled from the hospital and taken to Ghouta, then to Jordan. Her last stop was in Aqila Hospital, where she stopped eating and drinking and decided to end her life. She died alone, on 15-6-2014.

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