A valuable resource that has long been used to develop engaging stories is the eight years of the imposed war, but most of these stories are about men and what they experienced on the front. But women were as much a part of the war as men, and less has been said about their bravery! Fortunately, it’s been a while that narrating the memories of women in the war has become more prosperous. Showing the lives of women and the war from their perspectives has resulted in a new vision and more writers writing about it. Behnaz Zarabizadeh is one of those writers who has had a lot of success in this field. ECI reports, citing Tehrantimes.