Israel Hebrew website says that the total annual profits garnered from white slavery in Israel have reached the US $1 Billion Dollar mark. (2005)
10,000 Eastern European and Russian girls are lured to Israel each year and enslaved as prostitutes.
Over the past decade, about 100,000 women have been trafficked into Israel in what Keidar calls “modern slavery”.
Leviticus 25:44-46 (New American Standard Bible)
44 – As for your male and female slaves whom you may have—you may acquire male and female slaves from the pagan nations that are around you.
46 – You may even bequeath them to your sons after you, to receive as a possession; you can use them as permanent slaves. But in respect to your [b]countrymen, the sons of Israel, you shall not rule with severity over one another.
Slavery is Legal to the Jewish People. A right granted to them by GOD!
And they take their Religion very seriously!
IF you Google: WORLD WHITE SLAVE TRADE CENTERED IN ISRAEL = About 13,600,000 results
IF you Google: Jews and the white slave trade = About 7,030,000 results
IF you Google: Jews and the black slave trade = About 9,100,000 results
These people are Professional Slavers, and they have been doing it a long time. And it doesn’t matter if you are black or white.
They are Equal Opportunity Slavers
The only reason you don’t know about it, is because they control all mass media.
Time to wake up.
The price of a woman in the prostitute market is between $8,000 and $10,000.
According to the report, the prostitute works from 14 to 18 hours each weak but receives only 20 shekels of the 120 shekels paid to the “owner of the lady.” The report said that although there had been minor improvement in the fight against the white slave trade, and in spite of the massive efforts that the police and Zionist courts have made, the mafia running the trade continues to do so on a large scale and effectively.
The report urged Zionist courts to pass rulings that are more powerful and severe against the traffickers in white slaves, stiffening penalties for the masters and bosses in the trade.
This suggestion is exactly the same one offered by the latest report from the US State Department on the condition of women in the Zionist entity. That report said that tougher laws needed to be enacted after Israel had become the biggest center for the export of prostitutes in the world.
It is worthy of mention that the Zionist police force grants official and legal work permits to many brothels in Israel. It has become known that top officials in the Zionist police agencies own many of them.
Eric Mueller writes:
THE Arabic press watches what comes out of Israel in Hebrew as well as English.
Although the Zionists are quite good at presenting what they want the world to know about them in English, sometimes the more ackward information doesn’t make it out of Hebrew.
So, in case this latest landmark in Jewish commercial success is not properly noted in Forbes or The Wall Street Journal, I’m providing my translation of the Arabic version by of the Hebrew report.
Eric Plano, Texas, is our website’s resident Arabic expert.
An Israeli parliamentary report found that thousands of non-Jewish women remain enslaved in Israel’s sex industry, and that traffickers go unpunished.
However, with billions of dollars in U.S. aid at stake, the State Dept. says Israel is making “significant efforts” to eliminate human trafficking.
Update: instead of eliminating the sex slave trade, news reports are showing that it is increasing in Israel. For example, in 2005:
Israel’s Sex Trade Escalating
3,000-5,000 Women Smuggled Into Country In Last Four Years
JERUSALEM, March 23, 2005
Many people dismiss the sex slave problem on the grounds that it doesn’t affect them because the only people caught in the trade are stupid or mentally ill.
However, the evidence is overwhelming that the customers of the sex slaves are sometimes promoted into leadership in the government, media, military, and business, thereby giving Israel control over our nation. This blackmail issue affects all of us.
The people who purchased Johnny Gosch and the other two boys in this photo had a lot of money, so they may be influencial members of American society.
When Israel was black listed by the U.S. State Dept. in 2001 for being among the nations that facilitate the slave trade by failing to take “significant efforts” to eliminate human trafficking, billions of dollars in U.S. aid were in jeopardy. However, despite a damning Israeli government report criticizing the Jewish state for being lax on traffickers, who go unpunished, the State Dept. has upgraded Israel’s status, removing the possibility of meaningful sanctions.
Under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (2000), beginning with the 2003 report, countries that fail to make “significant efforts” to prevent the trading of human beings will be subject to termination of non-humanitarian, non-trade-related assistance.
Although the government of Israel still does not meet the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking, the State Dept. says it is “making significant efforts” to do so.
“Israel,” Secretary of State Colin L. Powell said on June 5, when the 2002 trafficking report favorable to Israel was released, “worked with us to significantly strengthen their anti-trafficking efforts.”
“Israel,” Nancy Ely-Raphel from the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons added, had “aggressively pursued anti-trafficking initiatives since the first report was issued last year.”
Six months later, however, a special Israeli parliamentary committee looking into the slave trade in Israel challenges the claims made by senior State Dept. officials. The special report revealed that “3,000 women are sold each year in Israel’s sex industry, in transactions with an annual volume of $1 billion,” according to the Israeli daily Ha’aretz.
The report described Israel’s sex industry as a “modern form of slavery.”
Most of the women slaves are sold to the owners of some 250 brothels in the Tel Aviv area, according to The Jerusalem Post. There are an estimated 300 to 400 brothels engaged in Israel’s slave trade, it said.
Victims trapped in the sex industry “suffer physical and emotional abuse, rape, threats against self and family, passport theft, and physical restraint,” according to a State Dept. description.
The women, mostly from the republics of the former Soviet Union, are usually smuggled in by traffickers who promise them legitimate jobs. The report said the borders with Egypt should be better controlled, making the dubious claim that it is along this border that women were being smuggled into the country.
Because Israel has some of the tightest border controls in the world it is highly unlikely that thousands of women could be “smuggled” into the country without the knowledge and acquiescence of the highest authorities.
Once in Israel, the women are sold and forced to work in the sex industry. They receive $25 – $30 per customer, of which the pimp takes between 80 and 90 percent, the report said. The women are forced to work 12 hours a day, six or seven days a week and receive an average of 10 to 15 clients daily, the report said.
Testimony provided by sex workers – and minors – who appeared before the Israeli parliamentary committee detailed the abusive, criminal aspects of trafficking. After the women are purchased, their passports are confiscated and they have to “buy back” their freedom, enduring constant threats, coercion and rape, the report said.
Under current Israeli enforcement procedures, most attempts to prosecute trafficking offenders end in plea bargain agreements and light sentences of public service work, or brief prison terms. The report says that current Israeli law enforcement efforts against pimps and slave traders are “inadequate”.
Israeli judges do not deliver harsh sentences against convicted slave traders, Ha’aretz wrote. Although the maximum is 16 years in jail, the courts have made a travesty of the laws, the report said. The lengthiest sentence handed down against a convicted sex slave trader was four years, yet most sentences are no longer than 18 months. Israeli police do not go after the top echelons of the sex trade industry, Ha’aretz wrote. Most indictments are served against low-level pimps.
The chairwoman of the committee, Zehava Gal-On, said the Israeli legal system does not have the means necessary to deter traffickers, she said. “When traffickers get to court they get lenient sentences,” she said.
Gal-On said that since Israel had been placed on the State Department blacklist as a place where “white slavery” thrived, some improvement had been made in Israel.
Israel’s law against trafficking remains fundamentally flawed because, like all Israeli law, there is a different standard for Jews and non-Jews. According to an Israeli expert who exposed this double standard within Israeli law, the late Israel Shahak, under Jewish laws “racist definition, all women who happen to have been born non-Jewish are automatically considered to be ‘harlots’.”
American Free Press asked the State Department’s office dealing with human trafficking why Israel’s status had been upgraded when there is no evidence that any significant effort had been made to halt the trade in human beings.
“Israel is one of the leaders in the Middle East,” an official who asked to remain anonymous said, “they are trying to clean up their act.” The official said that nobody would speak on the record on this matter.
Asked about the racial double standard inherent in Israeli law, the official said, “The color of law” would be something they would be interested in seeing changed.
The Israeli government is failing to protect the human rights of women and girls who are trafficked from countries of the former Soviet Union to work in Israel’s sex industry, Amnesty International said today in a new report.
“Many of these women and girls become ‘commodities’, literally bought and sold for thousands of dollars or held in debt bondage. They are locked up in apartments and have their passports and travel tickets confiscated. Many women are subjected to violence, including rape. Yet most of the people who commit such human rights abuses are never brought to justice by the Israeli government,” the organization said.
Anna, a 31-year-old physics teacher from the Russian Federation was lured to Israel by the promise of a job in the sex industry earning 20 times her Russian salary. When she arrived, her passport was taken from her and she was locked in an apartment with bars on the windows along with six other women from former Soviet Union countries. She was auctioned twice, on the second occasion for US$10,000. The women were rarely allowed to leave the apartment and never allowed out alone. Much of the money they earned was extorted from them by their pimps.
The worldwide phenomenon of trafficking in human beings has attracted increased attention in recent years from governments and intergovernmental organizations. But governments have tended to ignore the human rights abuses to which trafficked persons are subjected, instead viewing trafficking primarily as an issue of organized crime and illegal immigration.
Rather than taking action against human rights abuses experienced by the women, Israeli governmental agencies in effect treat them as criminals, by holding women in detention for extended periods, for example. In 1998, the UN Human Rights Committee expressed its regret that “women brought to Israel for the purposes of prostitution … are not protected as victims of trafficking but are likely to bear the penalties of their illegal presence in Israel by deportation.”
Many trafficked women end up in detention in a police lock-up or Neve Tirza prison following raids on brothels and massage parlours by the police and they are rarely released on bail pending deportation. Others may be detained for longer, sometimes because the Ministry of Justice has issued an order preventing the woman from leaving the country until she has testified in a criminal case.
Israeli officials maintain that it is difficult to bring to justice persons who commit human rights abuses against women in sex work who are illegally in the country. However, various Israeli laws and policies, in particular the strict enforcement of immigration laws against these women, actually make prosecutions difficult.
Moreover, many women are afraid to file complaints with the Israel Police or testify in court because they fear they will be imprisoned, deported or be subjected to further human rights abuses in Israel or abroad. Despite these realistic fears, the government officials tend to blame the women for not cooperating with the police and the criminal justice system.
As a result of lobbying by local non-governmental organizations, Israel has taken some steps that would help combat human rights abuses against women in these circumstances, particularly in the field of legislation. In March 2000 the Knesset (Israel’s Parliament) passed the Equality of Women Law, which states that every woman is entitled to protection from violence, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation and trafficking in her person. The Ministry of Justice is said to be drafting a provision to criminalize the buying and selling of persons.
Amnesty International believes that the steps taken by Israel are insufficient and it is urging the Israeli government to respect its obligations under international law to ensure the human rights of all who are in its territory. Amnesty International is recommending that the Israeli government should develop a strategy to ensure there is coordinated and effective action by key government agencies, such as the Ministry of the Interior, the Israel Police, the Israel Prisons Service and the Office of the State Attorney, to ensure the protection of these rights. NGOs should be consulted and invited to contribute to developing effective policies.
The organization is also calling for increased international cooperation between Israel and the governments of former Soviet Union countries and transit states to combat these human rights abuses.
“Both the government and the traffickers are treating these women as if they do not have human rights. The authorities have a responsibility to take action to protect the against enslavement, deprivation of liberty and violence,” Amnesty International said.
The human rights abuses experienced by women trafficked into Israel’s sex industry include enslavement, including debt bondage; deprivation of liberty, for example by confiscating women’s passports and other travel documents or threatening them with violence if they escape; violations of the right to bodily integrity, including subjection to violence including rape and other forms of coerced sexual activity; denial of health services and other risks to health rights such as exposure to HIV/AIDS because of coercive work conditions and denial of condom use. Many sex workers who have not been trafficked are subjected to human rights abuses.
Amnesty International notes that although this report focuses on human rights abuses committed against women from the former Soviet Union working in the sex industry, women also face human rights abuses when they are trafficked for other purposes including domestic work, bonded labour and servile forms of marriage.
Source: Amnesty International, International Secretariat, 1 Easton Street, WC1X 8DJ, London, United Kingdom
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