Red Crescent volunteer faces fear after fighting
Her colleagues and friends now call her “the burier”. For Inass Mouaiid, a 25-year-old Iraqi Red Crescent volunteer, burying 50 bodies was a gruesome task. But she also had the courage to carry injured people to hospitals while under fire. Despite the pressures of a traditional society reluctant to see women taking an active part in rescue operations in the battlefield, Inass risked her life to protect the dignity of her fellow citizens. Today, while she is more concerned for her personal safety, she continues her work as a volunteer with children.
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