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ergdj5 wrote

In 2014, only 12 of 250 judges in Iraqi Kurdistan were female, and just one of 21 government ministers was. Female genital mutilation, child marriage and honor killings – in which male family members murder women who are alleged to have disgraced their families – persist, particularly in rural areas of Kurdistan.

This is the common mistake of wrapping all Kurdistan together like some ethnonationalist. Despite the KCK struggle encompassing all Kurdistan, Basur Kurdistan is run by a tribal, corrupt government. People need to stop saying 'Kurds' and start saying 'Koma Civakên' because too often do I see the KCK linked to the KRG.