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“He was not like the other soldiers; he was trying to help people, to solve their problems,” said Fatin, an Iraqi Kurd who speaks perfect English. It took a long time to get inside, but I just watched him at work.” In the weeks after the fighting subsided in Baghdad, Fatin and her soldier had the only kind of relationship possible under the circumstances: discrete, delicious and chaste.
He would scan the morning crowd to find the dark-haired translator with the dancing eyes.
He has a married brother and remarried father in Iraq.
His sister fled Iraq and he says she is urging him to get out.
Just because we met doesn’t mean we have to get married. We get the social pressures on you to be a “good wife and mother”, but you need to chill.
The fact that we went out on a few dates or I told you I like you is most definitely NOT a marriage proposal.
The secrets Iraqi women have to tell, for the most part, are kept hidden from us, with only bloggers like Marshmallow, Riverbend, Layla Anwar and Touta discussing such topics.
That is why, Sana al-Khayyat's Honour & Shame: Women In Modern Iraq is a hidden gem, a shining revelation, as the Morning Star tells us, which Read it and weep.
His mother was killed in an explosion several years ago.
Fatin and John are certainly not the only romance to bloom during the Iraq war.
But in a conservative culture where even the most progressive women do not talk to strange men, rarely date and must not dream of marrying non-Muslim men, their flirtation is an exception to all the rules.
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BAGHDAD — Fatin may have fallen in love with her soldier the very first time she saw him.