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WATCH: Palestinian Middlemen Steal Womens Salaries


Society & Culture  (tags: rights, palestinian human rights violations, women's salaries stolen, Israel, labor laws, video )

Beatrice
- 995 days ago - unitedwithisrael.org
A Palestinian attorney admits that Israeli labor laws are good, but Palestinian middlemen steal large portions of womenâEUR(TM)s salaries. Israeli labor laws are great for Palestinians, even if they are in Israel illegally.



   

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Patricia M (63)
Wednesday July 27, 2016, 8:32 am


"A Palestinian attorney admits that Israeli labor laws are good, but Palestinian middlemen steal large portions of women’s salaries.

Israeli labor laws are great for Palestinians, even if they are in Israel illegally.

For example, there are minimum wage laws that ensure they are making a decent salary and they even receive an annual bonus as well as 14 vacation days.

But Palestinian recruiters often siphon off huge portions of the salaries paid to female workers, leaving them with very little.

Listen to what these Palestinian middlemen are doing."


The Palestinian men sound like pimps (and worse). But in Islam, women are 2nd class citizens. There's a looooong way to go in the Islamic world for women.

 

Past Member (0)
Wednesday July 27, 2016, 9:39 am
Noted
 

Jay S (116)
Wednesday July 27, 2016, 11:11 am
No surprise in this story. It fits with all of the other stories about Palestinian corruption (that is IF the leftist media will dare to print the truth)

Thanks
 

Stan B (123)
Wednesday July 27, 2016, 3:47 pm
So true J. The Palestinian " establishment ". Has been ripping off its own people for decades. It's part of their culture.
How many billions did that great patriot Yasser Arafat steal?
 
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