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Saudi as the trade zone for the slaves???

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Submitted by Firozali A.Mulla MBA PhD (United Arab Emirates), Oct 23, 2007 at 05:53

Sir.

When I went to Hajj, I noticed that there were no internet cafes and that the net was restricted to the public in Jeddah, Mecca, and Medina. The reign is in the hand of the family and this is passed on from father to son unless as in the history of |Arabs the son or the father would assassinate the other respectively and take the monarchism in his hands.

This is not any more practice. maybe at least I do not know about this, but the public has no say inthe economics and politics in the Saudi. Simple. It is a kingdom and nothing goes out of the house of the monarch. The freedom of speech is not there nor the expression to speak any word against the kingdom policies and the orders.

Therefore, the conclusions, even if there is slavery, who will tell? The poor labor force that comes from the poor countries is happy with the income they get and do not want to part with this in any manner. Therefore, they will not utter a word against the government policies.

They are satisfied or if not they, carry on living tight lipped or faced deportation.

I Thank you

Firozali A.Mulla MBA PhD

Dar-Es-Salaam Tanzania East Africa

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