Browsing All posts tagged under »human trafficking«

Child Slavery Abounds Globally

April 16, 2011


Source: UNICEF Hundreds of millions of children across the globe are victims of exploitation, abuse and violence each year. They are abducted and recruited into the army, trafficked into prostitution rings or forced into debt bondage or other forms of slavery. Forced and bonded labour. According to the International Labour Organization, an estimated 246 million […]

Shame on Dubai and Abu Dhabi: Human Trafficking

July 30, 2009


Al Jazeera More than one million people, the majority of them women and children, are smuggled across international borders to work in near slavery every year, the US state department says. Its 2009 Trafficking in Persons Report lists more than 170 countries which it claims are not doing enough to tackle the problem. Al Jazeera […]

Muslim Housekeepers Treated as Slaves in U.S.

December 17, 2007


Kudos to our Justice system in the U.S. Unlike in many “Muslim” countries, it does not matter in the United States if a person is a multi-millionaire or not when the law catches with the culprit. This is what a millionaire couple found out in New York today, and God Willing, they will spend a […]