My heart weeps for Medine Memi, buried alive by her father and grandfather.
Is this normal Kurdish practice? If so, should I be sheading a tear for the execution of Chemical Ali who ordered the gassing and murder of 5,000 Kurds in the city of Halabja during the Iran-Iraq war.
It's not easy is it? Never black, nor white but damn shades of grey.
But still, Medine, Heshu, Hatun, Gulsum, Tulay and many others brutally murdered, all will forever stand out in this cruel grey world...