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Experts say the of foreign women trafficked to Israel has decreased, following a government crackdown on brothels employing trafficked women, but the of Israeli women working the streets has gone up. Attorney Naomi Levenkron from the Hotline for Migrant Workers, an expert on the trafficking of women, said there had been a decline in the of trafficked women brought into Israel in the past two years. Most of the women in the sex industry work for pimps, according to the police and the NGOs. Many of these women - estimated in the hundreds - are addicted to hard drugs, and have only one option for respite - a unique shelter, optimistically named The Door of Hope, in Tel Aviv's most run-down neighbourhood of Newe Shaanan.
The sex workers can go there to eat, shower and sleep for a few hours with nothing expected in return, a rarity for these women. They can also choose clean clothes from donations the organisation receives. About women use the shelter on a regular basis; go six days a week, according to volunteers. In her former homeland, she alleges, she was a gymnast. Another woman, N. She said she mostly slept at a homeless shelter in Tel Aviv, but wished she could stay at The Door of Hope. Fear The Door of Hope is only open from to It cannot operate at night for fear of retribution from organised criminal groups which run nearby brothels.
They're not trash, despite the fact that society treats them as such," a volunteer worker at the centre told IRIN. While he and the other volunteers try to focus on the success stories - specifically, three women whom they helped get off drugs and off the streets - most cases do not end well. The Israeli Health Ministry said it operates a free clinic in Tel Aviv for sex workers that provides medical care, condoms and needle exchanges.
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Aussi disponible en English TEL AVIV Experts say the of foreign women trafficked to Israel has decreased, following a government crackdown on brothels employing trafficked women, but the of Israeli women working the streets has gone up.
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