Adam Ahmed fled the massacre in Sudan in 2004 and survived a bloodbath in Egypt, yet is afraid to walk the streets of Tel Aviv. His memoir takes readers on an insightful journey into life in exile
'Sofia' was lured to Israel and forced into sex work; now separated from her son’s Israeli father, she faces expulsion
Police believe he sought services of another prostitute instead of getting help, and the delay caused woman’s death
What will it take to speed up the advancement of legislation to criminalize the clients of prostitution and the rehabilitation of those working in prostitution?
Real estate projects at the old central bus station, a stronger police presence and a bill incriminating customers are changing the area for the better
Often pimps and crime organizations prefer to use hotels as a substitute for brothels to blur their involvement and evade the enforcement authorities
Many of the women survived torture in Sinai and are single mothers in Israel with no support from the state
With her firm, feminist ruling to shut down a strip joint, a Tel Aviv judge has exposed the hellish, demeaning reality of the sex industry and the euphemisms used to whitewash it
Nina Pirshet, who ran the site and received millions of shekels from pimps and sex workers, also tried to persuade women to become prostitutes
Eight of those arrested are women; their two brothels had an estimated total income in excess of $28 million over several years
Hiring Bias, Lack of Role Models Lead More Israeli Transgender Women Into Sex Work, at a Younger Age
Rotem hit the streets when she was only 14 ■ Carol fears the police ■ Melanie wants a normal job, but no one will hire her ■ Heartbreaking stories from the street
M. died of an overdose on a busy Friday morning, bypassers sidestepping her prone body. A charity worker who befriended the 21-year-old says women in prostitution continue dying far from societys gaze.
After 70 years of writing, a collection of essays exploring the oeuvre of Sami Michael has finally been published. It takes us back to the source, to the pellucid waters of the spring from which Israeli protest literature still drinks.
Homeless man near Tel Aviv central bus station: 'Anyone who thinks that homeless people are on the streets by choice and out of an urge for adventure is a romantic who is cut off from reality.'
Throughout all its years of existence, the human rights NGO has tried to create a dialogue with Israeli society and the Israeli media, but has suffered from jaded reactions, alienation and incitement.
Abuse more, pay less: The internet is the new pimp.
The prostitution scene illustrates the abusive and destructive balance of power between consumers and those caught up in its vicious cycle.
Every week, seven men gather at Hasharon Prison's rehab department for a first of its kind support group called 'trauma and recovery.' 'I no longer feel closed to the world,' says 48-year-old prisoner.
An encounter with a homeless man near his home opened Ishay Rozen's eyes. 'The goal wasnt to vandalize and destroy, but to immortalize and adorn,' he says.
Non-sex work at a brothel is still selling sex. Plus theres the danger of a violent customer, while male managers make the big money. If only Israel's courts understood.