Monday, March 13, 2006

And Here, We're Still Waiting for a Legal Arutz 7

Arutz 7 was taken off the air but in Bahai, Brazil freedom of the airwaves is another matter.

The Association of Prostitutes of Bahia state has won government
permission to start up their own radio station, enabling FM station Radio Zona in Salvador to begin broadcasting in the second half of the year, project coordinator Sandro Correia said on Thursday.

The aim was not to attract women to the business. The station will feature programmes about the trade but will also discuss issues such as human rights, social questions, and sexual abuse, Correia said.

Working girls and media professionals such as Correia will staff the station and will give prostitutes training in an alternative job. Funding will come from association funds, advertising and sponsorship.

And they say that Israel is not a third-world democracy?

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