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By Alistair Lyon , Special Correspondent. A general view of Damascus February,14 A score of young Iraqi women in tight, shimmering gowns shuffle across the nightclub dance floor under the hungry eyes of Gulf Arabs at nearby tables. The dancers, some in their early teens, do not want to talk, but one said she had no other way to support her family. The idea repels many of the 1. Some end up in Syrian detention.

A teenager describes what it's like on the ISIS sex-slave market

Coming of Age in Iraq - Los Angeles Times

The treatment of Yazidi women, in particular, has been marked by contempt and savagery, says Zainab Bangura, the UN envoy on sexual violence. Teenage girls abducted by Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria are being sold in slave markets "for as little as a pack of cigarettes," the UN envoy on sexual violence has said. Zainab Bangura visited Iraq and Syria in April and has since been working on an action plan to address the horrific sexual violence against an estimated 3, to 5, girls enslaved by the militant group. Abducting girls has become a key part of the IS strategy to recruit foreign fighters, who have been traveling to Iraq and Syria in record numbers over the past 18 months. Bangura's account of how girls are captured and sold at auction in a series of recent interviews with news organizations is chilling.

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Halfway up a red-carpeted stairway inside the exclusive Baghdad Hunting Club, the rhythmic boom-boom-boom of techno dance music is rattling windows and vibrating the floor. For a couple of blissful hours, there is no terrorism, no anxiety. Scores of jubilant, clapping boys from the class of dance on tables, carry one another on their shoulders and playfully wrap red tablecloths around their heads and waists. A few have dyed their hair purple for the occasion. No girls are allowed, so pimple-faced boys with peach-fuzz mustaches dance with one another, and no one seems to mind.
The emo killings in Iraq were a string of homicides that were part of a campaign against Iraqi teenage boys who dressed in a Westernized emo style. Between 6 and 70 [1] young men were kidnapped, tortured and murdered in Baghdad and Iraq during March The emo subculture gained popularity among Iraqi teens in