due to laws against premarital sex), and doubt in local law enforcement.
A few books, such as Violent Betrayal: Partner Abuse in Lesbian Relationships by Dr. Renzetti, Rape in Afghanistan is a crime which can be legally prosecuted, but in practice it is very rarely reported, because of the immense risks that women face if they report it.
Rape victims in the country face a double risk of being subjected to violence: on one hand they can become victims of honor killings perpetrated by their families, and on the other hand they can be victimized by the laws of the country: they can be charged with adultery, a crime that can be punishable by death.
Furthermore, they can be forced by their families to marry their rapist.
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Statistics on rape and other sexual assaults are commonly available in industrialized countries, and are becoming more common throughout the world.
Inconsistent definitions of rape, different rates of reporting, recording, prosecution and conviction for rape create controversial statistical disparities, and lead to accusations that many rape statistics are unreliable or misleading.
Prevalence of reasons for not reporting rape differ across countries.
They may include fear of retaliation, uncertainty about whether a crime was committed or if the offender intended harm, not wanting others to know about the rape, not wanting the offender to get in trouble, fear of prosecution (e.g.