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Tel Aviv residents protest prostitution cards

Everyone in the big city has seen them – business cards offering sexual services strewn on the sidewalks. Residents protested in front of the municipality, saying 'this isn't Thailand' -

They're a common sight on sidewalks, in parks, and of course on car windshields. But Tel Aviv residents are starting to wake up and say – enough. Some 100 Tel Avivians demonstrated Tuesday evening at the municipality in protest over the massive dissemination of cards advertising prostitution.

During the demonstration, participants threw thousands of the cards they had collected over the past month at the municipality building, urging Mayor Ron Huldai to root out the cause of the problem.

"These cards are everywhere and they encourage prostitution. There is a law that forbids advertising prostitution and we want to wake the city and its leader up," said Reut Gai, 34.

Ami Sofer, 28, one of t

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Added: Jun-6-2012 Occurred On: Jun-6-2012
By: aydeo
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Tags: Tel Aviv residents, protest, prostitution cards
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