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Inside, disco lights pierce the smoky air. Patrons pack the seats as they sip beer and lazily gaze at the dance floor. They watch teenage girls dressed in snug, revealing clothes awkwardly shuffling to thumping Arabic music.
Many girls wear stilettos so steep they can barely walk. Some dance in pairs, often tightly pressed together, fingers entwined. Most seem bored and some, noticeably, are uneasy. Male customers summon waitstaff to inquire about the availability and age of select girls. A Syrian journalist and I, posing as patrons, consult the staff ourselves. Farah, a year-old, is brought to our table, dressed in camouflage pants and heavy makeup. Farah sits, swings her long dark hair, shakes hands all around, then pointedly asks, "Who am I speaking to?
Farah pleasantly chats with him, negotiating how much time she'll share, and if a "next step" will be taken. Farah locks eyes with the waiter, nods, and a bottle of champagne is brought to our table. The champagne signals the beginning of the process. Conversation is next, and "anything else" will cost more. As we empty our bottle of champagne, Farah tells us her story. Like most of the girls at the Manara disco, she is an Iraqi, a Sunni from Fallujah, one of Iraq's most war-torn areas.
She got married in the United Arab Prostitute in Al Fallujah, divorced four months afterward, Prostitute in Al Fallujah found work at the disco through a cousin. She says she's working "just to make some money for my family," who also now live in Syria.
Farah says she's the family's breadwinner. The story of a Sunni girl from Fallujah selling herself in a Damascus nightclub represents startling new fallout from the Iraq war, one human rights organizations and experts are only beginning to address. An increasing number of young Iraqi women and girls who fled Iraq during the turmoil are turning to prostitution in Syria, although there are no reliable statistics on how many girls are involved.
That might partly explain why so little reporting has been done on the topic. For journalists and human rights workers, securing contact with Iraqi sex workers in Syria is difficult and dangerous because the topic is taboo.
High Commissioner for Refugees who's based in Damascus. But when you fight for your life, what are you going to do? Syrian police either lack data or won't release any figures on prostitution, which isn't surprising considering the closed government. State Department's "Trafficking in Persons Report" acknowledges the problem, but officials have no clear sense of its magnitude.
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Hustling has a particularly violent legacy in Iraq. InSaddam Hussein publicly executed women convicted of prostitution. Prostitution would be especially shameful in Farah's hometown, as Fallujah is considered one of Iraq's more tribal, religiously conservative cities. Syria has traditionally allowed relaxed entry to its Arab neighbors. Many arrived because of rampant, indiscriminate violence back home, while others, like thousands of Iraqi Christians, had been targeted by opposing ethnic or religious sects.
Some feared they were "marked" for working with foreigners, mainly Americans, either in the Coalition Provisional Authority or the military, as translators or interrogators. But with the exception of Palestinians, refugees are not officially allowed to hold jobs in Syria. For the most part, Iraqi refugees are living off their savings, which are drained by daily expenses. Many are stuck in Syria, as few Western embassies are now granting visas, claiming that Iraq has become a liberated country following the fall of Saddam.
With economic conditions worsening all the time for refugees, officials say, it's no surprise that Syria is seeing a rise in child exploitation and prostitution. Koumay Mulhem, a young Syrian journalist, has been researching Iraqi prostitution in Syria for a year as a reporter for an online women's magazine, and is preparing to make a documentary about it.
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The demonstration is over, and so Prostitute in Al Fallujah breaks the deal and walks away. Mulhem says that Al-Merjeh has long been a place to find pimps, even before the influx of Iraqis. It's a transit point for taxi drivers, who transport men to prostitutes in suburban apartments in Jeramana, Berze and Sayeda Zainab these districts house many Iraqi Christians, Kurds and Shiites, respectively. He notes that Russian and Moroccan sex workers operated in Syria during the mids.
A comparatively smaller influx of Iraqi prostitution came after Operation Desert Storm, but "since the last Gulf War, there has been a flood that everybody has felt.
At the square we hop into a taxi. Just after we state our destination, the cab driver begins soliciting us. He tells us about girls in "furnished apartments" in the suburbs and offers us a room "with a 16 year-old maid.
You will see something you'll never believe," he says. We decline and head to Rabwah, a neighborhood with about 20 clubs -- mostly with Syrian and Moroccan sex workers, but now with more Iraqis, Mulhem says. Before entering one, Mulhem pulls me aside. Prostitute in Al Fallujah Turkish now, OK? In one club, girls in low-cut halter tops walk hand in hand along a fashion runway-like platform. Blaring music makes conversation impossible and so we decide to leave.
As we do, a man joins us to help us find "the right club. We end up at the Manara nightclub, where I met Farah weeks ago.
Prostitute in Al Fallujah is the place, our companion says, where the best Iraqi girls are found, and their youth is a premium. This time the girls are more aggressive. As soon as we sit down, four instantly arrive at our table, squeezing in tightly, knitting their hands into ours. Alia and Noura sit Prostitute in Al Fallujah our Syrian photographer, who turns to them and asks why two are presenting themselves to him.
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The deal is closed and our evening winds down -- unless we decide to do more business. The girls are disappointed and we head out in the night.
As we stroll alongside the Mosque of President Hafez Assad, Mulhem tries to calculate the number of prostitutes in Damascus.
There were about 40 girls in the Manara nightclub, he says. Now multiple that number by approximately clubs and you have a pretty good estimate.
Streetwalkers constitute a smaller Prostitute in Al Fallujah, and who knows how many prostitutes operate in "furnished apartments. Referring to Dana, he says, "She's just a child. They're all just children. The nuns' observations of Syrian prostitution mirror Mulhem's, but they have also met Prostitute in Al Fallujah few Iraqi women in local prisons who've been sold into bondage by their husbands.
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The sisters' voices drop as they quietly recall visits to refugee families' homes. Empty refrigerators are common. Some kids have yellowish skin and many look gaunt. Malnutrition, they say, is starting to take hold. Mouna Kurdy, general manager of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent, which works in affiliation with the UNHCR, acknowledges that among Iraqi refugees, "parents don't have enough to eat, so they encourage their children to take these jobs.
She grows testy at recent inquiries by the press and humanitarian groups about Iraqi prostitutes in Syria. Now that Saddam Hussein isn't here anymore, the problems are supposed to be finished. They have been here before the war, during the war, and after the war.
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