Libyan Women at War

Libyan women have been closely involved in the Libyan Civil War over the past six months. Many Libyan women have participated in the Civil War as combatants, logistical supporters, medical assistants, and family mangers.

An article in the New York Times reports on Libyan women’s experiences of civil warfare and their status in the emerging Libyan society.

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