Arab men flock to refugee camps to buy little Syrian girls

 
Arab men flock to refugee camps to buy little Syrian girls
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The Middle East refugee camps have become shopping centers for rich men, where young girls are being sold for a cheap price, reports the Norwegian newspaper Hegnar.

Arab men buy Syrian teen girls for marriage and sex, and according to Arab media most of the Syrian refugee girls are being sold to Saudi Arabia.

- The only thing we currently hear about is that one can get a Syrian wife for 100 dinars (about $140), writes the Jordanian commentator Maher Abu Tair.

He also writes that it is a combination of the low price and the virtually non-existent conditions from the families, that makes a large number of Arab men flocking to the refugee camps for the little Syrian girls.

At various forums on Internet, Arab men are seeking Syrian girls for marriage, and the requests are rife.

According to commentators, not a single imam or religious scholar has renounced the abuse. On the contrary.

- There is nothing wrong with such marriages if men can afford to pay, said the Libyan imam, Sheik Ashraf al-Aqrabi.

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