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  1. The judges should have to read for instance

    From an Amazon review:

    “Nujood doesn’t live an easy life as a young girl in Yemen, but she still finds time to enjoy her childhood. Her father, who has two wives, seems incapable of supporting them on his meager salary, and the rest of the family must find ways to make ends meet. Her father, in an effort to ease his own burden, agrees to an arranged marriage with a man three times Nujood’s age, with the condition that he not consummate the marriage until one year after her first period. The new husband breaks that promise on the very night of their wedding, and from that point forward continues to beat her and rape her nightly. This is not consensual sex, but child rape, pure and simple.”

    Does the author of this book hold “excess of opinion”? Perhaps the judges of Elisabeth have and excess of opinion.

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