Hari sabtu aku beli DVD cita TAKEN. Movie nie disogok-sogok oleh Ah Chai penjual DVD untuk tgk. Dia cakap cita nie best. Mula-mula aku malas nak pecaya kata-kata dia pasal best ke tak best satu2 cita. bukannya apa. Dia kan nak jual DVD. mestilah kata semua crita best kan. So, aku ambik la cerita TAKEN nie. Dan hari ahad baru le sempat nak tengaok. Cerita dia ok la. Tapi Jalan cerita dan Moral of Da story yg banyak attract aku pasal cita nie. HUMAN TRAFFICKING.
What is human trafficking?
Trafficking in persons is modern-day slavery, involving victims who are forced, defrauded or coerced into labor or sexual exploitation. Annually, about 600,000 to 800,000 people -- mostly women and children -- are trafficked across national borders which does not count millions trafficked within their own countries.
People are snared into trafficking by many means. In some cases, physical force is used. In other cases, false promises are made regarding job opportunities or marriages in foreign countries to entrap victims.
Malaysia is primarily a destination but also a source country for human trafficking. The traffickers are reportedly organized crime syndicates.1
A small number of Malaysian women and children, primarily of Chinese ethnicity,2 are trafficked for sexual exploitation in Singapore, Macau, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Australia, Canada, and the United States. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and NGOs estimate that fewer than 100 Malaysian women were trafficked abroad during 2006 and that the number had declined in recent years.3
Malaysia is destination country for a significant number of men women, and children who are trafficked from Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam, Burma, and the People's Republic of China (P.R.C.), India, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Pakistan for sexual and labor exploitation. Many victims voluntarily migrate to Malaysia to work in factories, construction and agricultural sectors, or as domestic servants, but are later coerced into debt bondage or involuntary servitude.4 The Malaysian NGO, Tenaganita reported that 65 percent of the trafficking victims in Malaysia are for forced labor.
Kaum wanita/perempuan, janganlah bertindak berani sangat. Janganlah buat apa2 pun sorang2. Plz tinggalkan track kalau u all nak pegi mana2 pun.
for more info. plz go to this page -------> HUMAN TRAFFICKING