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Monday, June 5, 2017

Why I'm Against 'Keeping the Peace'

Cambodia's Child Sex Industry Is Dwindling — And They Have Christians to Thank
From rescues to legal reform, a faithful minority changed the country's criminal landscape.
Sek Saroeun first read the Bible at a Phnom Penh bar where young girls were illegally sold for sex. Hamburgers were $1.00, draft beers were $1.50, and bigger bills could get you a companion for the night. The Buddhist law student worked as a DJ at Martini Pub and had recently begun serving as an undercover informant for the Christian human rights group International Justice Mission (IJM). He scanned the room to scope out suspects as Michael Jackson boomed over the speakers. He cracked open a loaned copy of the Bible — a curiosity introduced to him through IJM — and began to make his way through it in the DJ booth. continue reading >>

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