updated Thu. November 23, 2017
Independent Women's Forum (blog)
October 18, 2017
was a TV news producer in Saudi Arabia
when her husband brutally beat her - to the point where he thought she was dead.
July 17, 2017
There is immense power in sharing stories and in relating to others with experiences similar to your own. There is comfort in a book's power toÃÂ ...
The Majalla Magazine
September 7, 2013
Until 2004, Rania al-Baz appeared regularly on the television program The Kingdom this Morning, her hair covered but her face unveiled.
May 28, 2011
It was in 2004 when Dana Brooks, a producer with the show, called asking me to interview Rania al Baz, who had been savagely beaten by her husband and leftÃÂ ...
May 24, 2011
Then in 2005, in a "women
around the world" segment, Winfrey interviewed Rania al Baz
, a victim of domestic abuse, who became one of theÃÂ ...
December 2, 2005
Rania al Baz was beaten nearly to death, and she was courageous enough to go public. "He told me, 'I'm not coming to beat you. I am comingÃÂ ...
September 22, 2005
Pictures of the disfigured face of Rania al-Baz were seen worldwide following the publication of details of the violence in a Saudi newspaperÃÂ ...
April 30, 2004
's bruised and swollen face shocked the global community - and ignited an unprecedented public debate within Saudi Arabia
April 18, 2004
Rania al-Baz said her husband, Mohammed al-Fallatta, beat her so hard earlier this week that he broke her nose and fractured her face in 13ÃÂ ...