International Day for the Abolition of Slavery

While the international community commemorates the second of December, the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, human rights data show that more than thirty million people around the world suffer from some form of slavery and slavery. As Freemuslim Center for De-radicalization & Extremism Prevention  begins its participation in the observance of this important international and humanitarian day, hoping that international efforts will contribute to reducing this ugly phenomenon, the organization notes the need to diagnose and address the causes of the persistence of forms of slavery around the world. Millions of individuals are subject to faces of slavery, as is the case with those who suffer from tyranny and oppression of the authorities in dictatorial countries, or forced conscription and plunging into battles and wars in conflict areas in Africa and some countries outside it, in addition to other acts of mockery and coercion.

Weak social circles, such as children and women, constitute easy material for slavery and servitude in its various forms, such as forced labor, rape, and the denial of public freedom. Despite the international laws criminalizing the phenomenon of slavery and prohibiting it internationally, the weaknesses in some areas that impede the enforcement of laws are a concern that haunts advocates of freedom, and brings pain and suffering to those who are forcibly subjected to this phenomenon, which requires developed countries to raise the level of efforts to confront law-breakers .