"I have benefited a lot, women must be strong and have a personality and an entity. All women have the right to claim their rights." In Syria's northern Ein Issa Camp, Syrian women have been learning about their role in society and the efforts that they can take to combat extremism.
The Dar al-Ifta in Egypt has created a graphics unit in an attempt to battle religious extremism through animated videos, but the jury is still out on whether the direction taken so far in two productions will persuade the target audience.
Masjid Al Arab, one of the oldest mosques in the Jordanian city of Zarqa, preaches the ‘new role of mosques’. The mosque's imam says that mosques must have a constructive interaction with society, especially in countering extremism.
Women in the north of Syria were for years subject to the misogynist and totalitarian rule of ISIS. They are now breaking away from those chains and assuming a more significant role in the public sphere.