Iraq debates fate of 'al-Qaeda wives'

Women who married into al-Qaeda in Iraq say they had little choices in life; some speak of forced marriages and rape.



    An Iraqi court last month sentenced the wives of two slain al-Qaeda leaders to life in prison on terrorism-related charges. The verdicts revived discussions over the fate of the thousands of al-Qaeda wives and children in the country.

    In this exclusive report, Rawya Rageh explores the lesser-known legacy of al-Qaeda in Iraq.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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