The Center for Combating Trade in Women was holding a protest in front of Ha'aretz offices in Tel Aviv, Thursday evening, for continuing to publish advertisements allegedly encouraging people trafficking.
The center had already filed a report in June demanding an investigation into the paper and its owner, Amos Schoken. The advertisements in question offer the services of prostitutes, while other ads call for women to work in prostitution in Israel or abroad.
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