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Holder said a woman in the crowd turned to a policewoman that if she (Holder) is a whore then the female officer is also one as well. As police officers and soldiers arrived and with the angry crowd facing them, the male preachers beat a hasty retreat, jumping into several cars parked nearby and speeding off.
Holder said she used the unexpected turn of events to minister to onlookers. Revealing that she will be returning to the United States this weekend, Holder said she intends to return to continue her ministry.
“We are in the end times. False prophets will rise up. You can look holy, but you are disrespecting God’s handmaiden who is made in His likeness. That is what we are faced with,” Holder said.
Arouca-based Mordecai Ben-Yacoob, a Hebrew Israelite, distanced himself (and others) from the actions of the roadside preachers saying they left the faith and became a splinter group whose conduct Ben-Yacoob knocked.
“I want to call to apologize for the behaviour of the brethren. I’m a Hebrew Israelite also and that’s not the way we behave. I know the guys were insulting and degrading women. I was so upset when I read the article in Newsday that I came to your office to apologise.”
Ben-Yacoob said the true Hebrew Israelites stand for teaching about the Sabbath, the Messiah and the Most High. “Those guys in Port of Spain are not in line with the teaching of the Most High, Yahweh. They are there to insult women and castigate people in all kinds of derogatory manner. When I read your article, I said these men are making Israelites look bad, so I have to apologise as this is not the way Israelites behave. Calling women whores and calling white men the devil. that is not our way,” Ben-Yacoob said.
Women trafficked for prostitution and forced marriage in Trinidad.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Friday January 24, 2014 – A recent report on human trafficking and migrant smuggling to Trinidad and Tobago indicates that women are being trafficked for sexual exploitation, with some being forced into marriage, and prominent members of the community are linked to the illegal trade.
In the report, one stakeholder identifies a lawyer who, along with religious leaders, arranges marriages to regularise the status of the trafficked women who were lured to the twin-island republic by the promise of employment.
Stating that most of the victims are sexually exploited and psychologically abused, the report says: “This is noteworthy, as several stakeholders referred to establishments in Central and South Trinidad, which bring in girls, particularly for the commercial sex trade, and request that they hand over their passports.”
The study, which was commissioned by the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Observatory on Migration and titled “Invisible Immigrants: A profile of irregular migration, smuggling of migrants and trafficking in persons in Trinidad and Tobago,” identified brothels and nightclubs as places where trafficked persons could be found.
The study quoted unconfirmed findings of the National Security Ministry which stated that victims of trafficking between June 2009 and August 2012 were 39 percent Venezuelan, 31 percent Colombian, 22 percent from the Dominican Republic and eight percent from Guyana, according to a Newsday report.
With respect to smuggled migrants, the study quoted the Police Service Crime and Problem Analysis Branch (CAPA) statistics from 2007 to April 2012 which found that Colombians constituted the highest trafficked category at 57 percent, followed by 17 percent Venezuelans, eight percent Guyanese and Ghanaians, and five percent Nigerians and others.
One major form of smuggling is described as a “loosely organised venture” with people, particularly fishermen, transporting migrants from the Venezuelan mainland to Trinidad and Tobago at prices ranging from US$120 to US$200, Newsday reported.
“Individuals entering through these means are dropped off at the ‘safest’ point and left to ‘fend for themselves’ in terms of accessing transportation, jobs and accommodation, etc,” the report states.
The other form of smuggling is recorded as an “intricately organised scheme” with key contact persons at every point on the journey to facilitate the undetected entry and settlement of the migrant.
One detainee cited in the report referred to an extensive network known as the “brotherhood” which “puts everything in place” for African nationals seeking foreign opportunities and also offer a support base when the migrant arrives.
The study reports that in some instances, upon reaching Trinidad, smuggled migrants were forced to swim ashore. The fees of the smugglers are “consistently high” and one irregular migrant in detention reported paying US$12,000.
“Therefore, in an effort to finance this venture many migrants resort to selling off their assets and securing loans from family, friends and smugglers. Consequently, botched migration efforts usually left these individuals impoverished and bankrupt,” the study states. (T&T Newsday) Click here to receive free news bulletins via email from Caribbean360. (View sample )

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