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Human trafficking in the Sinai

refugees between life and death 

Auteur: Mirjam van Reisen, Meron Estefanos, Conny Rijken

Engels - Paperback

Wolf Productions   |  december 2012

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This report describes the horrific situation of trafficking of refugees in the Sinai desert, a crisis that started in 2009. The refugees include men, women, children and accompanying infants fleeing from already desperate circumstances in Eritrea, Ethiopia and Sudan. An estimated 95% of the refugees held as hostages in the Sinai (also referred to as hostages) are Eritreans. Smuggled across borders by middlemen, or kidnapped from refugee camps in Ethiopia and
the Sudan as well as their surrounding areas, and then captured or sold, the
refugees are held hostage close to the Israeli border in inhumane conditions
and tortured for ransoms up to USD 50,000.

A large number of the refugees have died, either while being held hostage
or after their release - often even after their ransom has been paid. A large
number of refugees simply 'disappear', killed while being held or shot.

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Auteur(s)Mirjam van ReisenMeron EstefanosConny Rijken
Soort boek Paperback
Uitgever Wolf Productions  , Verschijningsjaar: 2012
ISBN-13 9789058509451
ISBN-10 9058509451
Taal Engels

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