February 2, 2012 8:18pm
A measure heading for Knesset consideration that places criminal responsibility on those who purchase sexual services would allow Israel to concretely join the ranks of those nations working tirelessly toward a world free of modern slavery, writes the director of the Task Force on Human Trafficking.
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