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    About 10,000 women have committed suicide since 1991.. International warnings of a "suicide epidemic

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    About 10,000 women have committed suicide since 1991.. International warnings of a "suicide epidemic Empty About 10,000 women have committed suicide since 1991.. International warnings of a "suicide epidemic

    Post by Rocky Sun 01 Jan 2023, 6:05 am

    About 10,000 women have committed suicide since 1991.. International warnings of a "suicide epidemic" in Kurdistan

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    Baghdad Today - translation
    Today, Sunday, the director of the nursing department at Sulaymaniyah Hospital, Nikar Muhammad Marv, issued a warning about the consequences of continuing to ignore the suffering of women in the Kurdistan region who are subjected to continuous domestic violence, which pushes them to "commit" suicide by burning themselves.”
    Marv, who was chosen by the British Network as one of the hundred most influential women in 2022, explained in her translation report (Baghdad Today), that "the biggest problem facing women in the Kurdistan region of Iraq is the lack of education and awareness , which has led to their ignorance of legal ways to protect themselves from domestic violence and targeting, which led to the spread of the suicide epidemic through arson.
    And she added, that the women of Kurdistan resort to "burning themselves as an expression of protest." Against the ill-treatment they receive inside the region by the Kurdish tribal societies, with the continued absence of legal protection for this segment due to its distance from city centers and the control of the security forces.”
    Marv indicated that "ignoring the problem by the authorities led to a significant increase in its rates, as UNESCO announced in a recent statistic that rates of gender-based violence increased in Iraq by 125 percent during the years 2020 and 2021, in addition to" an alarming rise in rates of depression and suicide. between women and girls.
    The British Network's estimates on the number of suicide victims due to domestic violence and social pressure in the region pointed out that it "reaches about ten thousand women who died by burning and committing suicide since the region gained its political independence in 1991 until today." It is noteworthy that Nikar was chosen by the network as one of the 100 most influential women in the world during the past year 2022, along with the first lady of Ukraine, Olina Zelensky, and the Tunisian tennis champion, Anas Jabbar, in addition to the Indian Hollywood producer, Priniaka Chopra Jonas.
    The director of the nursing department confirmed to the Network "The conditions of women are slowly improving with the continuation of efforts to educate them about legal rights and work to provide them with protection through organizations," stressing that "the women of Iraqi Kurdistan" have suffered from the absence of justice for a long time, and now efforts to correct that path have begun to receive international attention., as she put it."
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