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Reader comment on item: Homaidan Ali Al-Turki, Colorado Slave-holder

Submitted by ahmed abu gabal (Saudi Arabia), Sep 3, 2010 at 21:55

sir what happened in this case is the rule in saudi arabia. 1.5 million maids are subjected to the same treatment including no payment, rape and sexual harrasment and if one of them go and complain to police they returned her back to the house where she is subjected to torture and sometimes die under torture. all the foreigner workers in the country are subjected to the same treatment even if they are muslims, saudi arabia should be considered as the kingdom of darkness

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