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Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. A new study states Iraqi girls as young as 10 have been trafficked into countries including Syria, Lebanon and the UAE.
Years of conflict have made Iraqi women vulnerable to sex trafficking Thousands of women and girls are thought to have been trafficked in Iraq and the region Some girls as young as 11 have been sold as sex slaves in nightclubs, the report says The issue is shrouded in secrecy in a conservative, mostly Muslim society.
For thousands of Iraqi women and girls, the conflict that began in was only the start of their ordeals. In the chaos of war and the confusion, lawlessness and poverty that followed, an untold number have become victims of sexual traffickers, some within Iraq and others sold over the borders. But the problem of trafficking has gone almost unreported, kept in the shadows by a combination of corruption, religious and cultural taboo and lack of interest by the region's authorities in tackling it, researchers say.
Entitled Karamatuna, or Our Dignity, the study highlights the plight of girls as young as 10 or 12 who have been trafficked from post-war Iraq into countries including Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia for sexual exploitation.
Other victims trafficked within Iraq end up in nightclubs or brothels, often in Baghdad, the report says. Some of those brothels "have been established purely to meet the demand created by United States service personnel," it adds. Launching the report, Iman Abou-Atta, a clinical researcher who put her career on hold a year ago in order to produce the study, told a hearing at the House of Lords in London that she had felt compelled to investigate after realizing the extent of the silence around the issue.