Turkey/Kurdistan: The hidden wives
The government outlawed the practice of polygamy nearly a century ago. But Islamic custom can allow men to take up to four wives. In this devoutly Muslim region, it is estimated that nearly a quarter of all marriages are polygamous.
Submitted on Sat, 09/03/2005 - 23:00
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