'Modern Slavery': With Little Enforcement, Israeli Trafficking in Foreign Workers Continues

Despite victories against sex trafficking, workers are suffering in farming, construction and caregiving, but the police and other agencies have come up short in both identification and enforcement

Or Kashti
Or Kashti
Or Kashti
Or Kashti

On August 20, Thai workers employed on a moshav agricultural community in the south phoned a rights group and described their working conditions: toil from dawn to midnight, sometimes in the extreme heat.

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