Compare this true account to Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. Also, to life w the Taliban in the film Whiskey, Tango Foxtrot or I Am Malala. The special clothing designed to make it easy to spot he captive and also at the same time isolating. Also, note the control of women's procreation but at the same time the neglect, abuse and poor life nurture in such matters as diet, exercise and so on. The fictionalized fundamentalists are better at that as they want optimum health for child bearing underlings. What comes across is the waste in human potential. Carolyn Jessop was obviously a gifted teacher and excellent, loving mother. In both enterprises she is thwarted, discouraged, unacknowledged and even discredited. Such a loss to the community in which she found herself and to her children but also to all of us, to the world, to the future. Whatever that future may be.