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One of them peered at the girl in the back seat, Farah.Farah had never even heard of Daesh before the militants took over.Farah's mom asked his mother, who just shrugged.The whole family was Daesh. These were people Farah's family had known for years; they visited each other's houses. Farah hated wearing the niqab.Terrified, Farah's mother pulled her daughter away.Month after month, Farah and her sister rattled around the house, trying to fill the agonizingly slow hours.Farah watched them in their short robes and beards and veils going in and out as if the house was their own.
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