Fatima Naser in a scene from MBC Group's Ramadan musalsal "Gharabeeb Soud" (Black Crows).
Photo courtesy of MBC
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An Arab television drama timed for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan tells the untold stories of women and Daesh (ISIS).Inspired by true events, "Black Crows" will air over Ramadan – the Arab world's television prime time – which starts this weekend, and it is the first television series depicting life under Daesh rule in Syria and Iraq.Produced by Saudi Arabia's MBC Group, the series focuses on the stories of women who volunteer with, or are forced to join, the militant group and "the fear that shapes" their relationships.With a cast including actors from Saudi Arabia, Syria and Iraq, the $10 million production took over a year to research and another six months to shoot.
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