For Kurdish Girls, a Painful Ancient Ritual; the Widespread Practice of Female Circumcision in Iraq's North Highlights the Plight of Women in a Region Often Seen as More Socially Progressive
Paley, Amit R.
Washington Post 2008 December 29; p. A9
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