A 53-year-old Syrian mother, Seleme, left Banyias, a city in northwest Syria, which unlike Damascus is targeted by thugs, soldiers and heavy assaults since the beginning of the crisis. "They did terrible things, especially to women," said Seleme. Her family decided to resettle in Aleppo for the sake of their seven daughters, where they spent one and half years until the city was hit by regime forces.
Some of the names in the report were changed as per the request of the interviewees.
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