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CBC TV Egypt: Human Trafficking In Sinai Desert



  • Said

    Wedi afewreik. I will never going to sleep, over it if I have to dig the earth I’m coming and I will find you . For what you dine to my people .there will be no more talk.mark my ward.I hope u burning in hell thanks a lot.dictator.

  • Salyounis


    Here’s more of the same, more terrible news.

    It is difficult to read beyond the first paragraph:

    ‘He was bleeding all over. After more beatings, they poured petrol on him and set him on fire. After he died, they left his body in the room with us until it became rotten and worms started crawling. They forced all of us in turns to hold him.’ These are the words of an Eritrean trafficking survivor in the Sinai, speaking to Amnesty International.

    And it gets worse from there.

    The first responsibility of a government is to protect the people. The UN Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea says that the Eritrean “government” is not only not protecting its people, but it is actually profiting from the human trafficking and that it is actually co-ordinating it. EVEN if you don’t believe that, EVEN if you think that it is all slander, what is it that the “government” has done in the past 4-5 years to protect its people–besides one mealy-mouthed letter to the UN sent this year?


  • Said

    I think we need to translate this in many languages including our mother tongue as you can see maybe someday I don’t even know what to say on the this it is horrific so what happened to eritren , all I can say is god help us.

  • Said

    I will thangs those three great man, but it sounds like its bigger than those three men, and eritren people, at the end of the day. its look like our job. to finish it everybody’s talkin about of their country of greater then the other one. it seems to me. we got to get there. and stop this human trafficking, otherwise this is not going to be stopped, because it’s a big money and countries involved. right now I do not know what to think.

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