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{SPEAKER name="Nazha Haney"}
So anyway, [[Arabic]] After about 2 or 3 years, there was still no wedding, and she was 16 years old.
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{SPEAKER name="Dr. Naff"}
And that, to them is an old maid.
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{SPEAKER name="Nazha Haney"}
Oh, yeah. After 16, she's an old maid. That's why-- [[Arabic]] to the old maid.
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{SPEAKER name="Dr. Naff"}
Hm. That's why you were married--one of the reasons you married at [[incoherent]]
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{SPEAKER name="Nazha Haney"}
Yeah, sure.
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{SPEAKER name="Nazha Haney"}
So, [[in Arabic]]
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{SPEAKER name="Dr. Naff"}
They used to pay people to--I mean--to to get wives and [[incoherent]]

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{SPEAKER name="Nazha Haney"}
Yeah, yeah sure.
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{SPEAKER name="Nazha Haney"}
[[in Arabic]]
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{SPEAKER name="Dr. Naff"}
They didn't mind that [[stuttering]] he was so much older, and that he was married before, and that he had a daughter. It didn't matter to them?

{SPEAKER name="Nazha Haney"}
No, no no.
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{SPEAKER name="Dr. Naff"}
It mattered only that she got married.
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{SPEAKER name="Nazha Haney"}
It mattered that she got married because they figured that she would never get a man, because they had said that she was a person that faints and had epilepsy.
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{SPEAKER name="Nazha Haney"}
She didn't have epilepsy, she was just in shock that time. But you know how the Israeli - [[in Arabic]]
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{SPEAKER name="Dr. Naff"}
What you're getting at is the important thing is that the girl gets married.
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{SPEAKER name="Nazha Haney"}
Yeah, oh, yeah, absolutely. The girl must get married.
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{SPEAKER name="Nazha Haney"}
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Transcription Notes:
PLEASE TRANSCRIBE ARABIC. THERE ARE A FEW PLACES STILL IN NEED OF TRANSCRIPTIONS HERE. **TIMESTAMPS WERE DONE INCORRECTLY. SHOULD BE BELOW DIALOG, NOT ABOVE NAME. ALSO FORGOT LAST ONE!!. LOOK AT INSTRUCTION VIDEOS - two of them. BOTTOM ENTRY IN ARABIC IS NOT TRANSCRIBED.

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