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Submitted by Kepha Hor (United States), Sep 24, 2014 at 20:14

A couple decades ago, there was a Turkish movie _Yol_, made by an ethnic Kurdish director, which portrays the barbaric treatment Kurdish women faced in SE Turkey. I'll leave it to others, though, to tell me how accurate it was.

But, seeing the number of Peshmerga women, I wonder if that may not be a function of high male casualty rates?

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