Source: The Moshe Dayan Center For Middle Eastern And African Studies
Author(s): Michael Barak
In recent years, Egyptians have increasingly used social networking sites (SNS) to fight the prevalence of child trafficking and kidnappings. Alongside state authorities and traditional means, such as publishing “missing person” notices, SNS now make a significant contribution to eradicating this phenomenon. Thanks to SNS, hundreds of abducted children have been located and successfully returned to their families. SNS have raised awareness of the issue and of the need to involve citizens in a solution…
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