Amnesty International said this about sex slavery in Iraq in 2014:
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Now Amnesty International endorses the sex trade of adults and children. After careful study they want to decriminalize all sex trading and trafficking around the world. The front for this action is the livelihood of sex prostitutes in Europe. The back end is acceptance of the plight of millions of children world-wide who are sold to grown men and women for their bodies as objects. This is no different in this criminality and that outlawed in Europe and later in America of Africans or other ethnic groups. The sex trade promotes slavery. Slavery involves buying and selling persons for profit and pleasure with great destruction to the soul of the person bought and sold. Read more…
What will you do to help protect the helpless? What will you do to end human trafficking?