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Israel's Anti-prostitution Law Could Start a Revolution, but Only if Authorities Aim Higher

Enforcement, rehabilitation, prevention and education are needed for Israel to truly claim its place among the ranks of progressive countries fighting to end prostitution and human trafficking

Vered Lee
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A police officer closing brothels in Tel Aviv, March 2020.
A police officer closing brothels in Tel Aviv, March 2020.Credit: Tomer Applebaum

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