The story of a Sunni girl from Fallujah selling herself in a Damascus nightclub represents startling new fallout from the Iraq war, one human rights organizations and experts are only beginning to address. An increasing number of young Iraqi women and girls who fled Iraq during the turmoil are turning to prostitution in Syria, although there are no reliable statistics on how many girls are involved. That might partly explain why so little reporting has been done on the topic. For journalists and human rights workers, securing contact with Iraqi sex workers in Syria is difficult and dangerous because the topic is taboo.
This is an interesting article around the desparation that many Iraqi refugees are feeling, but it's not really just because of the war. One person quoted in the article said it pretty clearly - prostitution isn't new, there's just a lot more of it. Many of the economically pillaged countries with high populations and few jobs face this kind of problem every day. Go to Bangkok, Singapore, Shanghai or Beijing and see how prevalent prostitution is there, and not just locals - the bars and clubs are full of women from the Phillipines, Indonesia, Russia, Vietname, you name it. The war is certainly the biggest factor in the economic depression that Iraq is experiencing, but ending the fighting won't solve the problem, either.
Let's put this in perspective, though. First, there are no statistics that they are backing this up with. That means the whole article is a failure and it is most likely bullshit anyway. Total bullshit. Here's the deal. Iraqi women are ugly. They are so hideously nasty looking that no one would ever pay to fuck them. They would sooner fuck a camel or a cactus. No one wants these disgusting cows. No one will pay. Not me, not you, not anyone. So, with that in mind, then it's important to understand that the article is bullshit. After all, Saddam had to pay rape squads to rape the ugly iraqi pussy. Who the hell would pay to fuck it?
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