VASUDEVAN SRIDHARAN ibtimes.co.uk "I would have sold myself, but Amara was the only virgin in our family. We had to sell her, in order to allow the rest of us survive. What else could I do?" asks 22-year old Amani, who lives in a refugee camp in Zaatari, near the border with Jordan. Amani, who works for an NGO, had fled Damascus frightened by the Syrian conflict, which has been raging for nearly three years. The 22-year-old Amani, mother of five children, was reportedly left with no choice but to give away her sister to look after her own family. Reports from the region suggest several Jordanians, Saudis and Egyptians are on the hunt for virgins as some of the desperately poor Syrian parents are willing to give up their teenage girls in return for money. to read more click here: ibtimes.co.uk
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