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Sex Slavery in Israel

Olga was among those who swallowed the bait. Her fate was decided over a cup of coffee.

“We arrived in Jerusalem. The guy who escorted me met with another man. We were sitting in a cafe and as I listened to their conversation, I suddenly realised that I was being sold. When they struck the deal I was taken to a brothel where I stayed for a year,” she remembered.

She spent one year in captivity in Tel-Aviv.


At Tuesday, August 11, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

israel has no law against trafficking people (slavery), so saieth the chosen-master-rabbi.

At Wednesday, August 12, 2009, Blogger My Hate Speech said...

If it is not only illegal, but unconscionable, you can find it practiced in Israhell.


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