Four Ex-Israeli Soldiers Sexually Exploit More Than 250 Women And Girls In Colombia

According to Israel’s Ynet news report, Three Israelis, along with 15 others, were arrested in the tourist city of Cartagena in Colombia on charges including the sexual exploitation of more than 250 women and girls.

Colombian authorities have now asked Interpol to arrest the fourth former Israel soldier deported from Colombia for running a child prostitution ring. The reports said that even after his expulsion, 44-year-old Israeli citizen Assi Ben-Mosh continued to manage his illicit operations in Colombia from Israel.

Local police had discovered that Moosh was part of a group of ex-Israeli soldiers that had turned a small fishing village in Taganga into a “sex and drug den” from their base in a luxury resort, the Benjamin Hostel which was known to locals as “little Israel”.

The police said that Moosh was running his business in several places like Cartagena, Bogotá, Medellín, Ecuador, Mexico, and Brazil. Local residents spoke of their relief upon his arrest and deportation and thought they had seen the back of the former Israeli soldier.

Colombian police said that the former Israeli soldier is accused of several charges from tax fraud, drug offenses to inciting children to prostitution.

In a statement, authorities in Colombia said that it was one of the biggest operations to combat child sex trafficking and forced prostitution in Cartagena.

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