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Skip to content. We had to run out or we would have been burnt. Rathia was the supervisor of a brothel, home to four sex workers. Rathia became a supervisor in Her story might sound sadly familiar all over the world, but what comes next doesn't. Between cooks, cleaners It was a community. But not all Tunisians saw it that way. Shortly after the revolution that toppled Tunisia's longtime president, Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, Islamist groups ransacked red light districts across the country and forced most of them to close.
Clothes, furniture, electric cables Patches of wild grass have lodged in the midst of trash and rubble. We meet Sahar, the woman on the other end of the line, in Sfax the next day. Now she leaves them for a month at a time, and shells out most of her meager income for a full-time nanny. They also rarely have a place to stay.
Some of them tell me they sleep on the streets," Zahaf says. When Islamists started to attack red light districts in , Zahaf says neighbors gathered with sticks to protect the entrance of the street in Sfax. Some even threatened to attack a nearby mosque if Islamists made trouble.
Now Zahaf is helping women to rehabilitate the abandoned districts. Rathia, the supervisor in Sousse, was part of a group of women who petitioned the moderate Islamist government earlier this year, but their plea fell on deaf ears. Now she hopes the secular coalition that won the elections in October will be more friendly to their cause. For her, and dozens of others, the reopening of red light districts can't come soon enough.