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Migrant Rape Furor in Israel Makes This Job Harder

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

The Hagar and Miriam Project has helped African migrant women in Israel since 2007. It has always operated on a shoe string, but the aftermath of an anti-immigrant backlash to cases of rape in Tel Aviv has brought fundraising to a standstill.

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