Newsday: Iraq 10 years on - Interview with campaigner Hanaa Edwar on women's rights situation. by BBC World Service Radio published on 2013-03-19T08:37:16Z This week marks the 10th anniversary of the US led invasion of Iraq that let to the toppling of Saddam Hussein. On Newsday we're looking at how daily life has changed, and asking whether the invasion was worth it. Today we're hearing how things have changed for women. The BBC's Hugh Sykes has been speaking to Hanaa Edwar, a well known human rights campaigner and head of the Al-Amal NGO. He started off by asking her about the number of women in influential government position.