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Saudis Beat, Stab And Rape African Men And Women In Riyadh

World  (tags: Saudis, Islamic hatred for blacks, slavery, human rights abuses )

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Imagine if Americans, British, Australians or Europeans treated blacks in their society like this? In video number 4 from Yemen a man tells the news channel that he has buried over 400 Africans found shot, hanged, beaten to death - all died from unnatural


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Beth S (330)
Wednesday November 27, 2013, 9:10 am
Though there are many articles about Ethiopians in slavery in Saudi Arabia and the other Arab Oil States, here is just one article, written by an Ethiopian.

"Over the past decade, hundreds of thousands of Ethiopians have voted with their feet to escape one of the most ruthless and brutal dictatorships in Africa. According to Ethiopia’s “Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs”, approximately 200,000 women sought employment abroad in 2012, the vast majority of them in the Middle East. Many of these workers believed they were jumping out of the fire of dictatorship in Ethiopia, but found themselves smack in the middle of the Saudi Arabian frying pan.

It is no exaggeration to say it is open season on Ethiopian migrant workers and others seeking refuge in Saudi Arabia. Every day this month, Saudi police, security officials, mobs and vigilantes have been hunting Ethiopians in the streets, beating, torturing and in some cases killing them. The Youtube video clips of Saudi police torturing Ethiopians are shocking to the conscience. The video clips of Saudi mobs and vigilantes chasing, attacking and lynching Ethiopians in the streets requires no explanation. The photographic evidence of crimes against humanity committed against Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia today are surreal and beyond civilized comprehension.

With respect to Saudi Arabia, Human Rights Watch reports that

in 2012 stepped up arrests and trials of peaceful dissidents, and responded with force to demonstrations by citizens… As in past years, thousands of people have received unfair trials or been subject to arbitrary detention… Detainees, including children, commonly face systematic violations of due process and fair trial rights, including arbitrary arrest and torture and ill-treatment in detention… Authorities continue to suppress or fail to protect the rights of 9 million Saudi women and girls and 9 million foreign workers…
Some 1.5 million migrant domestic workers remain excluded from the 2005 Labor Law. In years past, Asian embassies reported thousands of complaints from domestic workers forced to work 15 to 20 hours a day, seven days a week, and denied their salaries. Domestic workers, most of them women, frequently endure forced confinement, food deprivation, and severe psychological, physical, and sexual abuse.
Saudi Arabia does not tolerate public worship by adherents of religions other than Islam… The chief mufti in March called for the destruction of all churches in the Arabian Peninsula…

I cry for the “broken tribe” of Ethiopia. I cry in silence for our brothers and sisters who are held in subhuman bondage in Saudi Arabia. I cry for our sisters who are raped, beaten and thrown out of windows to their deaths and hanged from ceiling and tree tops and scalded with hot water all over the Middle East. I cry for the young man whose head was sliced open by a Saudi thug. I cry for those young men and women who feel compelled to leave their country because they do not feel free; they do not feel they have rights. I cry for those Ethiopians who died crossing the deserts of Yemen and Saudi Arabia seeking to improve their lives. I cry for those precious young ladies who take daily flights on Ethiopian Airlines into the Saudi Arabian Hell.
I cry for those young men and women, father and mothers who were murdered in cold blood in the streets in Ethiopia after the 2005 election. I cry for my sister Reeyot Alemu and for my brothers Eskinder Nega, Andualem Aragie, Woubshet Taye, Bekele Gerba, Abubekar Ahmed and the many thousands of Ethiopian political prisoners. I cry for Ethiopians who suffer under the heavy boots of corrupt thugs and empty suits who pretend to be leaders.

Yes, I cry and cry and “trouble deaf heaven with my bootless cries.” I cry for our beloved Ethiopia. But our cries shall not go unheard. South Africa emerged from the tunnel of apartheid tyranny; and Mandela promised, “Never, never and never again shall it be that this beautiful land will again experience the oppression of one by another and suffer the indignity of being the skunk of the world.” Ethiopians shall soon regain their dignity and honor at home and abroad. They shall no longer be the “skunks of the world”; and deep in my heart I do believe Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands unto God and we shall rejoice and cry no more!

Professor Alemayehu G. Mariam teaches political science at California State University, San Bernardino and is a practicing defense lawyer."

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Wolfgang W (235)
Wednesday November 27, 2013, 9:21 am
Put this on the front page - and not only for one day!

. (0)
Wednesday November 27, 2013, 3:29 pm
And the torture, indignity goes on. Why? Because the West will not stand up to the Saudis. This is a case of oil over human lives.

Beth S (330)
Wednesday November 27, 2013, 3:39 pm
The West doesn't give a hoot. They only care if an Israeli takes out an olive tree because Arabs are shooting Israelis, taking cover behind the trees. Then they're outraged and pass at least 20 more UN sanctions against the Israelis. But the Saudis and all the Arab Oil States who keep millions of human beings in slavery, beating and murdering them, raping them? Nah, they get to sit on Human Rights committees.

Hilary S (65)
Wednesday November 27, 2013, 3:40 pm
human rights abuses in saudi arabia are pretty much the norm.

i pray for the day the world's greatest minds will turn their combined genius to developing non-petroleum energy sources.

Madhu Pillai (22)
Wednesday November 27, 2013, 3:55 pm
Absolutely stunned, leaders all around the world turn a blind eye, only because Saudis have oil.

bob m (32)
Wednesday November 27, 2013, 5:08 pm

Beth; we must rub the white houses nose in this.... a bad concept maybe but these MONSTERS who slide through at Washingtons pleasure must suffer rebuke... they will surely face the judgement of God ..

Glenn Byrnes (197)
Thursday November 28, 2013, 2:35 am
Shocking and disgraceful.

Athena F (131)
Thursday November 28, 2013, 2:48 am

criss s (4)
Thursday November 28, 2013, 6:04 am

June Bostock (50)
Thursday November 28, 2013, 8:26 am
Noted. Thanks Beth.

Roger G (148)
Thursday November 28, 2013, 2:07 pm
sadly noted, thanks

Rhonda W (376)
Thursday November 28, 2013, 3:31 pm

. (0)
Thursday November 28, 2013, 4:40 pm
Noted & posted

Carol Dreeszen (346)
Thursday November 28, 2013, 9:57 pm
This is just plain disgusting!

Franshisca Dearmas (89)
Friday November 29, 2013, 2:54 am
Sadly noted TY Beth
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