Saudi Immigrant Workers case starts at 24 minutes
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23/11/2013 at 11:42 am
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As far as the maltreatment of Ethiopian “legal/illegal workers” in Saudi Arabia is concerned, the root cause is not the Saudi government alone, but mainly that of the woyane/TPLF Apartheid System put in place for over 20 or more years.
Our enemies are multiple and our struggle for freedom must be doubled and tripled. And this must be done by us for us. That is the only way our freedom to live in our country and else where can be guaranteed. That is why the Ethiopian “legal/illegal” immigrants fought back Saudi brutality in unison. That is their God given instinct and collective will no one can take away.
Great opportunity missed. I can’t understand why the BBC invites two Ethiopians who do not speak the English language well, can’t explain well, and are not ready for prime time at all. There are thousands in UK alone the BBC could have easily picked. Most importantly, why didn’t the BBC ask Oromo community of UK to speak out?
For the smugglers who took the workers from Ethiopia, the responsible body is the Saudi Government and Woyane. More the Saudi Government when the workers came to them why they did not return them right away. Now after using them to get through their problem they mistreat people like this it is unfair. Ethiopians they were not like this to Saudis, the Saudis they used to come to Ethiopia for work long ago but they did not face this type of treatment.
They were treated with dignity and respect those who want integrate with Ethiopians integrate safely. Still there are some who are living in Ethiopia, we did not treat people like this. Any way these time will pass and our people may get the freedom to live in their country and won’t go any where to find a living or democracy.
Till then defending your self is natural any where in the world being human. Do your best to defend your self until back to where you belong.
Support the people!!! the true leader!!!
the same is true we must fight for our FREEDOM more than three, Jireenyi gaariin gartuu TPLF qofaaf tahe itti numa hinfufnne! Abadan!!
The viewpoint of the Suadi woman is perplexing. First, do the Saudi police and people need training to know that killing, raping, torturing innocent people, etc. are wrong? Unless they are barbaric, they don’t need training to have basic human decency. Simple, deporting illegals is different from killing, torturing and raping them. Saudi is no exception. Many countries harbor illegal migrants but they don’t act savagely like the Saudis behave.
Second, unemployment problem of the Saudi youth is more due to the failure of Saudi economic policy to create jobs than illegal migrants taking their jobs. Illegal migrants take part in the Most menial of jobs, with being a driver of the rich Arabs taking the top position. After the illegal migrants leave Saudi, it is very improbable to imagine that Saudi youth will take their place and start herding camels, goats; cleaning jobs, etc. Even more so, it is impossible to imagine Saudi women will take up the place of illegal migrant women who mainly do modern day slavery (maids) work with constant abuses (including rape). Let alone taking these kind of jobs Saudi women don’t even have the liberty to walk around without male company. It’s just scapegoating the migrants for the their own failures.
In short, illegal migrants don’t take the jobs Saudis want. They are employed in areas rejected by the Saudis. Arabs have been dependent on slave labor and migrant workers since time immemorial. Historical records abound that even the top pride of the Arabs, Kaaba, was built by slave labor, not by the Arabs.
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