Sexxx camp

23-Nov-2017 13:47

In Germany, which is trying to integrate a wave of new migrants from Syria, the government created a sexual education website aimed at adult migrants, using frank language and graphic diagrams to teach Syrians about reproductive health.Somewhat relatedly, earlier this week the Associated Press reported on a German man who calls himself "Mr.Syrian children have been exposed to unimaginable trauma, and even with the very best possible outcome—an end to the war or successful settlement in another country—they'll be forced to spend years rebuilding their lives and will have missed out on years of schooling.

We're, um, not quite sure how to feel about that effort, but there you have it.

(Jane Hahn/For The Washington Post) It was September 2014 when Boko Haram fighters took over Hamsatu’s and Halima’s home city of Bama, near the Cameroonian border. But the fighters immediately started killing the male civilians who couldn’t escape. The women were each assigned to a sliver of a hut, barely big enough to lie down. Different men would come into her hut each evening, in addition to the one who called himself her “husband,” Hamsatu said.

Hamsatu said that days later, one fighter, whose name she never learned, entered the hut and said a prayer in what sounded to her like Arabic. She thought of her real husband, who had been missing since the day Boko Haram stormed Bama. Sometimes they screamed at her for not praying enough.

Halima, 15, holds Hauwa, the baby of her friend Hamsatu, 25, who is sewing a prayer cap in their tent in Maiduguri, Nigeria.

Both women were abducted, held captive and forced into marriage by Boko Haram.

We're, um, not quite sure how to feel about that effort, but there you have it.(Jane Hahn/For The Washington Post) It was September 2014 when Boko Haram fighters took over Hamsatu’s and Halima’s home city of Bama, near the Cameroonian border. But the fighters immediately started killing the male civilians who couldn’t escape. The women were each assigned to a sliver of a hut, barely big enough to lie down. Different men would come into her hut each evening, in addition to the one who called himself her “husband,” Hamsatu said.Hamsatu said that days later, one fighter, whose name she never learned, entered the hut and said a prayer in what sounded to her like Arabic. She thought of her real husband, who had been missing since the day Boko Haram stormed Bama. Sometimes they screamed at her for not praying enough.Halima, 15, holds Hauwa, the baby of her friend Hamsatu, 25, who is sewing a prayer cap in their tent in Maiduguri, Nigeria.Both women were abducted, held captive and forced into marriage by Boko Haram.While most of those schoolgirls from Chibok are still missing, many people assumed the other kidnapped women would be warmly welcomed back. [War-torn Ni­ger­ian town shows devastating legacy of Boko Haram ] For seven months, Hamsatu, now 25, and Halima, 15, were among Boko Haram’s sex slaves, raped almost every day by the same unit of fighters in the remote Sambisa Forest.