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Albert Einstein:

Twee dingen zijn oneindig: het universum en de menselijke domheid. Maar van het universum ben ik niet zeker.

maandag 30 april 2018

Tiener meisje uit Bangladesh smeekte tevergeefs om hulp tegen misbruikende Saoedische bazen........

Weer zo'n geval van ongelofelijk dat dit gebeurt: een meisje uit Bangladesh dat in Saoedi-Arabië werkt, werd na haar vlucht door de bazen, die haar misbruiken, van 2 verdiepingen hoog naar benden gegooid en brak daarbij haar been.......

Na maanden van misbruik smeekte het het meisje bij de ambassade van Bangladesh om hulp, deze weigerde haar het land uit te helpen en adviseerde haar te vluchten........ Nadat ze was gepakt na haar vlucht werd ze mishandelt en gemarteld, waarna ze zoals gezegd van 2 verdiepingen hoog naar beneden werd gegooid..... Een paar dagen daarna leverde één van haar bazen haar af in het ziekenhuis en vluchtte daarna weg...

Waarom deze baas vluchtte is me overigens een raadsel, het is bij mijn weten nooit gebeurd dat dergelijke schoften werden veroordeeld in de hypocriete reli-fascistische staat Saoedi-Arabie....

Lees het vreselijke relaas met daaraan verbonden meer over meisjes en jonge vrouwen die in feite slavenarbeid verrichten in S-A en waar hun paspoort wordt ontnomen, zodat ze niet het land kunnen ontvluchten......

Met dat land onderouden de Nederlandse regering en het achterlijke koningshuis goede banden....... 

Walgelijk!!

Teenage Girl Pleads for Rescue From Abusive Saudi Employers

April 26, 2018 at 6:53 am
Written by Middle East Eye

(MEE— A Bangladeshi woman’s family is pleading for her rescue from Saudi Arabia after her Saudi employers had subjected her to sexual abuse and broke her leg by throwing her down two flights of stairs.

Activists and relatives say the 19-year-old woman, who works as a housemaid in Riyadh, was pushed while trying to escape months of abuse at the hands of her employers.

Her impassioned plea for help was recorded from her workplace days before her employer dumped her with a broken leg in a Riyadh hospital, and ran away.

According to NGO workers and the woman’s family, the Bangladeshi embassy in the Saudi capital had previously refused to get her out of the country, instead telling her to “run away”.

They keep hitting me, and I’m ashamed to say it, but they tortured me in ways I am too disappointed to say,” the 19-year-old maid said in the video. “I want my life to end. I can’t take this anymore.”
Images taken in secret at the hospital and obtained by Middle East Eye showed the teenager laying with a cast over her right leg.

The images also showed bruising on her left leg, which aid workers claim are marks from months of abuse at the hands of her employers.

The teenager had tried to escape, at the advice of the Bangladeshi embassy in Saudi Arabia, following repeated complaints of physical and sexual abuse, according to the maid’s father, who recounted his daughter’s ordeal to aid workers.


BRAC, the world’s largest NGO which runs a migration programme helping Bangladeshi workers who face abuse overseas, said it was trying to aid the woman and was in close contact with her father.
Shariful Hasan, the head of BRAC’s programme, told MEE: “This young girl went to Saudi Arabia to change her fate to help her family, but instead she was sexually tortured and later beaten,” Hasan told MEE.

Saudi Arabia and our embassy must take joint steps to stop this from happening. There are many cases like this girl, and we are doing everything we can to prevent this from taking place.

We have urged the Bangladeshi authorities to demand this girl is not sent back to her employer after seeing her face this level of abuse and torture.”

Hasan also repeated claims that the Bangladeshi embassy in Riyadh had told the teenager to “run away” rather than “rescuing” the teenage maid.

When we heard about this case, we notified the Ministry of Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment in Dhaka. But rather than rescuing the girl, the embassy told her to run away,” said Hasan.

It was only after their advice, that she was caught, tortured and had her leg broken.”

Saudi authorities, the Bangladeshi government and its embassy officials in Riyadh did not respond to requests for comment by Middle East Eye.
Fake passport

The woman’s case is further complicated by the means of her arrival in Riyadh. Her father told local media that she had left Bangladesh in February on a fake passport, obtained from a Dhaka employment broker, and was underage.

Bangladesh law forbids anyone under 25 from working abroad. The maid’s passport states she is 28.

I was deceived by the middlemen as they assured me that she was going to be given a good job, but she is working as a housemaid and being abused,” Anwara’s father told Prothom Alo.

I begged him to bring my daughter back. I may commit suicide if I do not get her back.”

The father, who asked for anonymity, told local media that his family was struggling and needed an income from his daughter.

Remittances are the second largest contributor to the Bangladeshi economy. In 2018, at least 1,000 Bangladeshi maids have been repatriated back to Bangladesh from Saudi Arabia following complaints of abuse, according to BRAC.

The NGO recently helped more than 30 Bangladeshi maids return home after facing physical and sexual abuse at their places of work inside Saudi Arabia.


By Areeb Ullah Republished with permission / Middle East Eye / Report a typo
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Zal ook de labels genocide en Jemen toevoegen, voor berichten over de genocide die Saoedi-Arabië, in samenwerking met de VS en wat andere arabische staten uitvoert in buurland Jemen.

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