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For Kurdish Girls, a Painful Ancient Ritual
TUZ KHURMATU, Iraq Sheelan Anwar Omer, a shy 7-year-old Kurdish girl, bounded into her neighbor's house with an ear-to-ear smile, looking for the party her mother had promised. There was no celebration. Instead, a local woman quickly locked a rusty red door behind Sheelan, who looked bewildered w...
By Amit R. Paley
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