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She tucked her hair repeatedly under her head scarf.The girl grew up in Pakistan, where her family fled during a bloody civil war in Afghanistan in the early 1990s. Five years ago, her family and a flood of other refugees returned to Afghanistan after the U. But her father could earn only a month doing various odd jobs.Makeshift brothels exist all over Kabul, but they are always moving, says Esmatullah Nekzad, a policeman formerly with the force's Department of Moral Crimes. "Most Afghan men have this hobby — young men from about 16 to 30 years of age," says Nekzad."You go, you take their phone number, then you tell your friends.Ali Shah Paktiawal, head of Kabul's criminal investigations, denies this, saying: "They come here of their own will." Shame of prostitution "In our culture, it is very, very bad," said Soraya Sobhrang, the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commissioner for women's affairs.Under the Afghan penal code, prostitution is often considered adultery, which is punishable by five to 15 years in prison.When she stopped seeing him, they sent her 10-year-old brother instead.
Afghanistan is one of the world's most conservative countries, yet its sex trade appears to be thriving.Far more controversial are Afghan prostitutes, who stay underground in a society that pretends they don't exist.Customs meant to keep women "pure" have not stopped prostitution.A 2005 report by the German aid group Ora International drew data from 122 female sex workers, of whom less than 1 percent knew about AIDS. Prostitutes in Afghanistan include scores of Chinese women serving Western customers who work for security firms, companies and aid groups in Afghanistan.