I was told that behind closed doors many of these clerics were using and abusing Sharia marriage laws to exploit women for profit. These men were grooming vulnerable girls and young women, trapping them into prostitution and pimping them out, all with seemingly total impunity. For such a story, we needed to secure evidence on camera. We recruited a male undercover reporter who, over the course of our year-long investigation, met and secretly filmed several of the clerics running the Sharia marriage offices in the vicinity of the shrines.
In Iraq, religious ‘pleasure marriages’ are a front for child prostitution
Overcoming sexuality. Ideology & Masculinity in Iraqi Fiction before and after
With no knowledge that my hidden camera is rolling, he is more than happy to find me a year-old temporary bride — for a fee, of course. My secret camera is cupped in my hand, pointed directly at his face. I lean back in my chair feigning nonchalance.
Televised images of tortured and violated bodies during and after the US invasion of Iraq in altered the conceptualization of the body in Iraqi public space and, more visibly, in contemporary fiction. Iraqi modern fiction prior to the invasion used a recurrent representation to depict the body as an ideological exposition hall for masculine agents, where they expressed political concerns in sexual anxieties. Contemporary Iraqi fiction offers new employment of masculinity. Since the formation of the Iraqi state in , questions of society and political conflict were central in fiction and poetry.
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