If we want to understand the place of women in our society, it is more than necessary to be aware of their role during armed conflicts. The aim of this book is to change the way people think about war, to consider fundamental changes that have taken place in global society, since the existence of humanity. How civilians have become the victims of war, thus raising the number of female victims? How is the religion being used against the victims? How women have found the courage to speak up about their victimization? How some governments and the United Nations have begun to listen and to respond by changing international law and court procedures? The author attempts to answer these questions by examining the existing literature on theories of rape as a tool of war.