Before you ask how we made it, it is very important to have relevant connections with locals. Oleg had it, but we can not publish his real name. This person was very helpful - he provided our activist with contacts of the right people. It was very important to help the victims without applying to the local police because in this case the women would be trialed for prostitution and would spend up to 5 years in prison.
How was the rescue mission carried out?
We came on SUV to the hotel where they had been held. Our activist called the victims and asked them to pack their bags. While the women were preparing for departure, our activist was waiting for them in front of the hotel' lobby. When the activist saw the victims, he met them, put in SUV, and then along with two indifferent to the victims' problem Bahrain men went up to the suite in order to return the victims' IDs. The conversation began. The criminals threatened the threesome, they were also pressuring the issue that the women owed them 10,000$ per person and promised to cause troubles. However, the mission turned out to be successful - activists withheld the victims' documents from pimps and returned them back to poor women.
After that, the red tape had started. At first, we paid the victims' fines for the violation of the visa regime. We consider this practice unfair. Regularly, other countries subject violators to deportation and forbid the entrance for different terms. In the case of Bahrain, it is mandatory to pay an expensive fine.
Nevertheless, The Alternative movement took full responsibility for their release from slavery and also bought the victims return tickets. As for now, the women reunited with their families.
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