Faith and feminism

A leadership forum at the Christian-focused Magdala Center attempts to catalyze change and offer reconciliation for the thousands caught up in Israel’s sex industry.

March 31, 2015 17:29
Magdala Center

A leadership forum at the Christian-focused Magdala Center.. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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 Hard fact: Over 15,000 women are drawn into prostitution every year in Israel. Since the industry has yet to be deemed illegal, the situation will not improve any time soon – unless someone makes a serious attempt to do so.

This pressing need is exactly what brought dozens of women to a leadership forum at the Magdala Center in the Galilee on March 6, two days before International Women’s Day.


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