Mali Sex Slaves: Land of Sex Slaves and Prostitutions – Is It?
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Mali Sex Slaves: Land of Sex Slaves and Prostitutions – Is It?

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The Alternative News Source.Com reports the presence between 20,000 to 40,000 sex slaves in Mali. That is a population of small town. Even if all the citizens and governments officials in Mali were ...

The Alternative News Source.Com reports the presence between 20,000 to 40,000 sex slaves in Mali. That is a population of small town. Even if all the citizens and governments officials in Mali were half blind, it is impossible to be blind to such crime visibility. Even if prostitution is legal in Mali, sex slavery is not legal in the civilized world. Unless, Mali claims to be an uncivilized state. BBC reports that Mali is “a signatory to the UN Palermo Protocol on people trafficking, as well as the UN Convention on Transnational Organized Crime of 2000.”Mali’s status as Signatory of the UN Convention on Transnational Organized Crime of 2000 makes it more responsible in answering this first question. If its answer is not categorically clear, then, Mali’s credibility as international law abiding state would be questionable.

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    Mali Sex Slaves: Land of Sex Slaves and Prostitutions – Is It? Mali Sex Slaves: Land of Sex Slaves and Prostitutions – Is It? Document Transcript

    • Mali Sex Slaves: Land of Sex Slaves and Prostitutions – Is It? BBC news dated 23rd December 2010 entitled: “Nigerian sex slave rescue from Mali‘fails1’”. What is Mali doing with thousands of sex slaves? Why did the rescue fail? Why can’tMali government itself free the sex slaves?What is Mali doing with thousands of sex slaves? The Alternative News Source.Com2 reports the presence between 20,000 to 40,000sex slaves in Mali. That is a population of small town. Even if all the citizens andgovernments officials in Mali were half blind, it is impossible to be blind to such crimevisibility. Even if prostitution is legal in Mali, sex slavery is not legal in the civilized world.Unless, Mali claims to be an uncivilized state. BBC reports that Mali is “a signatory to the UNPalermo Protocol on people trafficking, as well as the UN Convention on TransnationalOrganized Crime of 2000.”Mali’s status as Signatory of the UN Convention on TransnationalOrganized Crime of 2000 makes it more responsible in answering this first question. If itsanswer is not categorically clear, then, Mali’s credibility as international law abiding statewould be questionable.Why did the rescue fail? A combined Nigerian and Malinese attempt to rescue victims of sex trafficking failed.Why did it fail? Here are the answers. Nigerian officials are quoted as saying that “they have not hadenough co-operations from Mali.” Why was collaboration from Malinese officials apathetic?If Malinese women were being used as sex slaves outside of Mali would its governmentrespond in the same manner? What other reason was given for the attempted failure? Itwas reported by Naptip officials, “that despite assurances of cooperation from Mali,attempts at communication with the Mali police are being ignored.” The world should hearthis, “attempts at communication with the Mali police are being ignored.” Nowwhy in the world would a police force who have agreed with a law enforcement agency ofanother state, now ignore all communications to them on the of the sex slaves. First the Malinese are unable to answer the question of how the alleged 20,000 to4000 sex slaves are in Mali. Next we hear the report that Mali’s police force is ignoringanother police force with whom they are suppose to be communicating. What does all thistalk about Mali politically? Any reasonable person can only deduce that Mali politically seems uninterested andis displaying its disinterest by apathetic collaboration and ignoring all attempts ofcommunication on this human atrocities taking place in its state. I am wondering is itbecause, since, Mali has legalized prostitution, sex slavery is not a significant issue to it. If1 BBC News Article Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-120689742 Alternative News Source Site: http://newscastmedia.com/blog/2010/09/29/nigerian-girls-forced-by-older-women-into-sex-slavery/
    • this true Nigeria, the United Nations and the rest of the world cannot rescue the thousandsof sex slaves legally or by diplomacy. In such situation, what are the options for Nigeria andthe United nations? Meanwhile, Mali can attempt to register itself in the Gunnies World of Records forthe honor of having the World’s biggest sex slave camps. Mali the land of sex slaves andprostitution – is it?