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Ethiopian woman tied to a wall by employer in Saudi Arabia 

 

 

 

 

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Ethiopian woman abused and dragged into a car in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

 
      
This woman is most likely the ‘property’ of her employer, who has gathered police to help her. She may be one of the many abused foreign house maids (slaves) who have their passports confiscated by their employers on arrival meaning they cannot leave anywhere. Then, made to work around the clock, beaten, abused, often raped, they are trapped in Saudi Arabia and unable to escape. And since human slavery is not really implemented as illegal police help the employers, not the victims. Many Arab countries officially abolished slavery in the 1960′s to conform with sufficient international laws and be able to trade with the West. But that abolition is merely superficial and there is no legal implementation for punishments.
 
Over 500,000 maids travel to Saudi Arabia to work as ‘domestic workers’. It is extremely common that they are over worked, severely physically abused, often raped.
 
Slavery continues to flourish in many (most) of these Muslim countries, although the most common form of slavery is the entrapment of foreign workers. There are, however, instances of actual and real slavery where children are purchased from Africa and work as slaves in Saudi households. One famous case of actual slavery is Bandar Abdullah Abdulaziz who was killed by his gay Saudi employer and prince, Prince Saud bin Abdulaziz bin Nasir, the grandson of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, at a London hotel in 2010. Bandar, who was referred to as servant but was an African gay sex slave who had been working for the gay prince since he was a young boy, had been severely abused for what appears to be many years, with his face and body swollen from regular beatings. Bandars life of abuse was so bad hotel staff said he seemed to have difficulty swallowing food when he and the prince had been dining in the hotel’s restaurant.
 
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Everyone has a Filipino maid/nanny here. I saw quite a few Ethiopian prostitutes when I was in Abu Dhabi a few years back but haven't really noticed any here.

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"Slavery continues to flourish in many (most) of these Muslim countries"

Lol what?

Whole article becomes void after this. That shit exists in the gulf only, about slavery flourishes in most Muslim countries did u write this article stacks?

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All the gulf a-Rabs are on it ^^

Disgusting race of people

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As afgoon points out all the time these gulf Arabs are desert people who got rich quick, so it's no surprise they behave like this.

Saying that shit goes on in 'most' Muslim countries is stupid though.

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I'm sure the British royal family would still have some slaves if it was allowed.

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cool justification bro

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Arabs deffo have a snobby attitude and think everyone is beneath them,

That gay prince raping his worker is disgusting and dosent surprise me

Everyone goes on about asians being perverts arabs are just as twisted or even worse

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11492867

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absolute inhumane animals who should be castrated

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Thats islam for you .. You are allowed to keep slaves and rape women in their religion .  

 

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Interesting video 

 

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driving through addis ababa i see all these people standing around in the street

 

hundreds and hundreds of them

 

i go 'baba what are all thse people hanging about here for?'

 

he says 'thats the queue fo the passport office'

 

they all want a slice of the gulf money. save up them come back and start a business etc

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was reading bout that footballer the other day who is stuck in the UAE, club owe him wages but wouldnt give him them and wont give him his passport back to leave the country and join someone else.

 

He ended up forfeiting the owed money but they still wont release him.

 

Must be completely fucked being a foreign worker in them gulf states, fuck having to get a visa to leave.

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Yea UAE is a bit mad like that the emiratis get such preferential treatment which in some ways is right it's their country but was warned from early if one hits ur car ur likely to take the blame and if u get into a fight with one expect the police to come down on u like a ton of bricks. They proper keep themselves to themselves though rarely see them mixing with foreigners.

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I don't think the guy needs a visa to get out, I think it's more a case it's ur company who gives u the visa and if they don't u only have a visitor visa which when it runs out they start dropping fines on u, I'm assuming he racked up the fines and they're not letting him leave till he pays his fines.

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Walked past a block in one neighbourhood and suddenly everyone was african, was madness the block was decent aswell they seem to be living fine, Nigerian by the sound of their accents but clocked a few Ethiopian and South African sounding heads walking through the square.

Tbh was a nice change from the usual Asians who fill up this place.

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>>>>>>>>>>> khaleeji arabs

 

100 years ago these people were sitting in sand dunes talking to their camel whilst munching on insects and lizards. Oil wealth could not have gone to a more undeserving race of people. 

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Qatar's construction sector is rife with abuse, Amnesty International (AI) has said in a report published as work begins on Fifa World Cup 2022 stadiums.

Amnesty says migrant workers are often subjected to non-payment of wages, dangerous working conditions and squalid accommodation.

The rights group said one manager had referred to workers as "animals".

Qatari officials have said conditions will be suitable for those involved in construction of World Cup facilities.

It has not yet commented on the latest report.

Amnesty said it conducted interviews with 210 workers, employers and government officials for its report, The Dark Side of Migration: Spotlight on Qatar's construction sector ahead of the World Cup.

Despite the horror stories coming from Qatar, Nepalis keep going there.”

 

The report includes testimony from Nepalese workers employed by a company delivering supplies to a construction project associated with the planned Fifa headquarters.

The workers said they were "treated like cattle", working up to 12 hours a day, seven days a week, including during Qatar's hot summer months.

Disabilities

Amnesty said some of the abuses amounted to "forced labour".

Some migrant workers were threatened with penalty fines, deportation or loss of income if they did not show up to work even though they were not being paid, Amnesty said.

More than 1,000 people were admitted to the trauma unit at Doha's main hospital in 2012 having fallen from height at work, Amnesty said, citing an unnamed hospital representative.

Some 10% were disabled as a result and the mortality rate was "significant", AI said.

"It is simply inexcusable in one of the richest countries in the world, that so many migrant workers are being ruthlessly exploited, deprived of their pay and left struggling to survive," said Salil Shetty, Amnesty's secretary general.

"Our findings indicate an alarming level of exploitation.

 

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any of the migrant workers in Qatar come from South Asia, Amnesty says

"Fifa has a duty to send a strong public message that it will not tolerate human rights abuses on construction projects related to the World Cup."

It follows a report by the UK's Guardian newspaper in September, which likened workers' conditions to "modern-day slavery".

The Guardian investigation drew a strong response from the world professional footballers' association Fifpro, which collaborates with the Uni Global Union, the voice of 20 million service sector workers.

 

Qatar must protect the rights of the workers who are to deliver the 2022 World Cup, it said.

FifPro board member Brendan Schwab said it was "inexcusable for workers' lives to be sacrificed, especially given modern health and safety practices in the construction industry".

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blkoodclart fuckeries

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wtf

 

i would kill myself f*ck givin them the satisfaction of abusing me

 

why theese women stupid enough to go there in the first place woman on her own in them countries whEr the man are worst thn dogs

 

 

honestly we should jus take all the woman out that plADCE

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Who gave them the power tho

It was this country

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As long as that black stuff keeps pumping ain't no one gona do a damn thing about it, gulf states are best buddies with the west.

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As long as that black stuff keeps pumping ain't no one gona do a damn thing about it, gulf states are best buddies with the west.

And once it stops they're gonna go back to living in tents. Cos they don't invest their money in anything except skyscrapers and horse racing

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remember watching how all that oil got to all these places on this documentry, was amazed need to find it to school some of you guys and sexy girls.

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