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Netizens Buzz as Hillary Clinton's Studio Entitled to Make Series on Kurdish Women Fighters in Syria

The recently set-up production studio may soon come up with a series or feature films dedicated to female Kurds as not only a separate fighting force on the ground, but a group striving to promote their clear-cut political goals. However, potential viewers are shrugging their shoulders in scepticism and apparent disbelief.

HiddenLight Productions, a new production enterprise started by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, her daughter Chelsea, Roma Khanna, as well as UK production company Sundog's Sam Branson and Johnny Webb, has acquired the series adaptation rights to the currently best-selling story "The Daughters of Kobani" by author Gayle Tzemach Lemmon.

"The Daughters of Kobani is an extraordinary account of brave, defiant women fighting for justice and equality. We created HiddenLight to celebrate heroes – sung and unsung alike – whose courage is too often overlooked, and we could not be more thrilled to bring this inspiring story to viewers around the world", commented co-founder Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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