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13 April 2021
Omissis on Malika
Malika's story is horrifying, that's for sure. When expressions like 'I'll cut your throat' run around in a family, things are going very badly indeed. These are probably common expressions when it comes to domestic violence. And violence against women is an incredibly widespread phenomenon. Only this time, unlike usual, the verbal violence was recorded and broadcast online and on TV. Malika Chalhy has a brother called Samir, her father is called Aberrazak (the origin is Moroccan). The [...]
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