Rescued from Baghdad: Bhutanese woman narrates tale of woe

Sonam was 25. She had gone to a primary school and a nunnery. She had never heard of Iraq, forget Baghdad, the capital city of the war-torn country in the Middle East

Oct 17, 2020
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Sonam was 25. She had gone to a primary school and a nunnery. She had never heard of Iraq, forget Baghdad, the capital city of the war-torn country in the Middle East.

She would never want to remember anything of the country where she had a torturous six months before finally being rescued in March this year along with eight other women.

The foreign country where she dreamt of earning and helping her mother was a ‘huge’ house with a parking lot and iron gates. For six months, she had never left the gate. Her movement was monitored and restricted.

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