In this file photo, Afghan women clad in burqas and a girl walk in a covered market in Kabul September 7, LONDON, Aug 23 Thomson Reuters Foundation - Fatima's Taliban husband was so controlling that he refused to allow her to bathe and threatened to burn her face if she dared wear make up, suspicious that his year-old Afghan wife was trying to make herself attractive to other men.
He would not let her step outside their home fuck Afghanistan's western Farah Province, even when she fell sick, and beat her for burning her hand baking bread, complaining that her mother had taught her nothing to justify the dowry he paid. Child and forced marriage are outlawed but remain common in Afghanistan, particularly among poor families eager for dowries.
Half of all teen are married by the age of Among the most invisible victims are the wives of Islamist Taliban hardliners who, when in power, barred women from education and most work and ordered them to wear burqas outside the home, before being overthrown in by U. When their militant husbands die, life often gets worse for young Taliban brides. Their families are too scared to take them in, society treats them as pariahs and they risk further violent abuse as unprotected single women. About a year into their marriage, Fatima's year-old husband - she calls him a "veteran criminal" with stockpiles of ammunition in their home - blew free porn teen fuck on schoolyard a police officer and was jailed for 18 years.
He was released in lateafter serving just four years - a common phenomenon in Afghanistan, where the Taliban often hold influence how the government. His brothers told Fatima they believed he had sacrificed himself in a suicide attack and become a martyr. A Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid estimates that several hundred women become Taliban widows each year.
Under the pretext of attending a village wedding with her mother-in-law, Melina perez no clothing ran away with her child. To the Taliban, justice means killing Fatima and her family for the shame she brought by taliban away from home.
Three years after her husband died in a suicide attack, she remains trapped in southern Afghanistan's Helmand Province, tormented by his cousins who rape her repeatedly and are raising her sons, aged nine and 11, to become jihadis.
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