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Modern Slavery: Saudi Arabia Wants To Import Algerian Domestic Servants!!

The Saudi ministry of labor has just once again recidivized, counting Algeria among fifteen poor countries providing domestic servants.

The note of this Wahhabi authority states that it is permissible to import domestic servants of both sexes from these countries. The employers who jostle for the Algerian girls do not fail to let it be known squarely to the pilgrims who go there each year. Indeed and according to many testimonies, when some old notables meet the Algerians at the great mosque of Mecca, they express their warm wish to finish their days with young Algerian women whom they find sexually fertile.

Libya, yet bathed in economic hardship is not included in this list. Employers who wish to be candidates for importation must pay an equivalent amount ranging from 37,000 to 580,000 DA to benefit from this modern slavery operation. Thus, Wahhabism, straddling the “Shari’a” plays the bitterness and distress of the poor to obtain a labor force subjected and docile ignoring the denunciations of several international organizations that pinned them for Practices, including trafficking in human beings through forced labor and especially slavery.

The female s’ex remains the first victim. They are recruited initially as housekeepers or nannies and find themselves as sex slaves of sneering and contemptuous Saudis. Their means of pressure on their “employees” remains the confiscation of all travel documents and other pieces of identification. Many videos are relayed on social networks where these servants are seen to be rough, humiliated and treated like animals. Most of them migrate voluntarily to this medieval monarchy in the hope of ending their misery and destitution. But they soon find themselves in the hands of slave-owners of modern times, who exploit them unceremoniously. These promoters of Islamist extremism, who live in opulence and excess, Use petrodollars to enslave the populations of the Arab countries. The same countries to which the Saudi monarchy harms by exporting its Wahhabi ideology, but also by its oil policy opposed to the interests of the exporting countries, including Algeria which is suffering the fall of black gold prices.

The Algerian authorities now remain passive in the face of this offense against its citizens, which should be sensitized. Those who would be tempted by such an “adventure” should expect a life of servitude and humiliation. Logically, a call to the order of the Algerian diplomacy to that Saudi becomes an absolute necessity. It is not the first and it will certainly not be the last that the kingdom interferes directly in the internal affairs of Algeria. It is recalled that when the blurring of Ghardaïa erupted, the satellite channel of Wahhabism Iqraa raged against the Ibadite community of Algeria calling outright for its extermination. Saudi diplomacy has hidden behind the freedom of the press on the pretext that this channel expresses its point of view which has nothing to do with the position of the kingdom. In this way the monarchy tries to show the world a democratic face as if the leaders of this propagandist chain could interfere in affairs of foreign countries without referring to the monarchy. He has in all likelihood adopted the same position of Qatar vis-à-vis Yousef al-Karadaoui who preach against them in the Qatari channel El Djazira.

1- The kingdom no longer controls its preachers

This lesson of democracy that the kingdom wants to give to its Arab and western neighbors and friends hides in fact a deep malaise that disrupts its social balance. Indeed, the Saudi preachers make the law provided they spread the messages of the kingdom to indoctrinate the populations and make them completely debilitated by bringing them back to the Stone Age. Thus the famous preacher Fayhan al-Ghamdi, who doubted the virginity of his daughter Lama, would have taken her to see a doctor. According to one social worker who was able to examine Lama at the hospital where she was admitted, the girl’s back was broken and she was visibly raped. Accused of raping and torturing his five-year-old daughter to death, Fayhan al-Ghamdi was finally released after agreeing to pay a simple fine of about $ 50,000. The women’s drive, which defied the ban on women driving in the Saudi kingdom on June 17, 2011, has internationalized her through social networks. Contrary to the image it gives in the world with its petrodollars, this country is in disarray economically and socially. He no longer controls the intrigues in his own palaces. The princesses show themselves as soon as they leave the kingdom. In addition to domestic control, the Saudi kingdom, like all the monarchies around it, is beginning to face real economic problems and this partly explains its rage towards certain Maghreb countries, notably Algeria. Which braved the ban on women driving in the Saudi kingdom on June 17, 2011, have internationalized it through social networks. Contrary to the image it gives in the world with its petrodollars, this country is in disarray economically and socially. He no longer controls the intrigues in his own palaces. The princesses show themselves as soon as they leave the kingdom. In addition to domestic control, the Saudi kingdom, like all the monarchies around it, is beginning to face real economic problems and this partly explains its rage towards certain Maghreb countries, notably Algeria. Which braved the ban on women driving in the Saudi kingdom on June 17, 2011, have internationalized it through social networks. Contrary to the image it gives in the world with its petrodollars, this country is in disarray economically and socially. He no longer controls the intrigues in his own palaces. The princesses show themselves as soon as they leave the kingdom. In addition to domestic control, the Saudi kingdom, like all the monarchies around it, is beginning to face real economic problems and this partly explains its rage towards certain Maghreb countries, notably Algeria. Contrary to the image it gives in the world with its petrodollars, this country is in disarray economically and socially. He no longer controls the intrigues in his own palaces. The princesses show themselves as soon as they leave the kingdom. In addition to domestic control, the Saudi kingdom, like all the monarchies around it, is beginning to face real economic problems and this partly explains its rage towards certain Maghreb countries, notably Algeria. Contrary to the image it gives in the world with its petrodollars, this country is in disarray economically and socially. He no longer controls the intrigues in his own palaces. The princesses show themselves as soon as they leave the kingdom. In addition to domestic control, the Saudi kingdom, like all the monarchies around it, is beginning to face real economic problems and this partly explains its rage towards certain Maghreb countries, notably Algeria.

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2- Diplomacy is not spared either

According to Indian media, a Saudi diplomat recently detained two Nepalese women in her home in India by subjecting them to sexual abuse of unprecedented violence. When they were released by the police, their testimony remained appalling. They were, according to The Indian Express, detained for nearly four months and thought they would never return, and their bodies would never be found by their families, and that face the abuse they had been subjected to against their will. This is a 44-year-old woman accompanied by her daughter, aged 20 years old, whom the Saudi diplomat had sequestered in her home in the city of Gurgaon, India. He subjected them to sexual games by forcing them into practices they did not want.

3. Mauritania would be the preserve of the Saoudis

At the beginning of August, the association of women heads of families of Mauretania, presided over by the famous Aminatou Bint El Mokhtar, revealed a scandal of trafficking of Mauritanian women by the Wahhabi kingdom. Questioned by the French magazine “L’Obs”, it confirms the presence of more than 200 young girls recently left from Mauritania, are already on the spot, in Saudi Arabia. They are sequestered in courts of houses, victims of all forms of physical, psychological and sexual abuse “. Denouncing “an aberrant form of contemporary slavery and sexual trafficking”, Mrs Aminatou brought this case of massive trafficking of women between Mauritania and Saudi Arabia before the police and the prosecutor’s office of Nouakchott, the Mauritanian capital. The judicial police opened an investigation after filing a complaint by one of the mothers of the girls. Three hundred other Mauritanian slaves would be ready to leave, according to El Moktar, who is in contact with the families and has managed to talk to one of the victims in Saudi Arabia. The President of the AFCF is credible and her testimony is clear. Aminatou Bint El Moktar was threatened with death by the radical imams and slavers in his country. In 2006, he was awarded the human rights prize of the French Republic. And in 2010, she was distinguished by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her fight against modern slavery. Like many abolitionist militants in Mauritania, led by the Arab-Berber community that employs slaves, she has been in prison. The complicity of the Mauritanian power seems to be true. Officially, they are ordinary Mauritanian women who have just been sent to Saudi Arabia to do “normal”, “domestic” work. But, in fact, they are “harratines”, of the slave caste or descendants of Mauritanian slaves (nearly 40% of the population). They would simply have been “exported”. Mauritania is the last state in the world to have abolished slavery in 1981. It was not until 2007 that, under international pressure, this Islamic Republic criminalized this widespread practice. But to this day, in spite of some rare and very short stays in prison, no master has yet been condemned definitively. There would always be 150,000 to 300,000 slaves in this country populated by some 3.5 million inhabitants.

4- WikiLeaks revealed the true face of ultra-conservatism

Saudi Arabia offers the image of an ultra-conservative Muslim country, but the private feasts of the powerful in the port city of Jeddah can be accompanied by drugs, sex and alcohol, according to Wikileaks memos, available on their website . The festivals take place in private homes and the young Saudis do not deprive themselves of anything. The nightlife of the young elite of Jeddah is thrilling. The entire range of temptations and vices is available – alcohol, drugs and sex – but strictly behind closed doors. This freedom is made possible only because the religious police avoids the festivities that are held in the presence or under the high patronage of the members of the royal family or the circles that are close to him. There are 10,000 princes in Saudi Arabia and the Saudi princes usually recruit their bodyguards in Nigeria or other African countries. It is very common that these bodyguards, called “khawi”, derived from the word “akh”, grow with the princes which reinforce their fidelity and loyalty. A Saudi revealed to this scandalous cable that the city’s rich invite the princes to keep off the religious police who watch over the Sharia, Islamic law. The exorbitant price of contraband alcohol – a bottle of Smirnoff vodka that can cost the equivalent of $ 400 – causes the bottles to be filled with locally made alcohol called Sadiqi. The cable writer states that if he did not personally observe it during this festival, Hashish and cocaine are consumed in these social environments and various occasions. Drug trafficking is sanctioned by the death penalty and the production or consumption of alcohol is severely repressed by law in Saudi Arabia. But who applies it?

5- Algeria has been alerted on the Qatari and Wahhabi strategy towards it

Historically, relations between Algiers and Riyadh have never been in a state of affairs until the arrival of Abdelaziz Bouteflika in 1999. At the time of Houari Boumediene, the Saudis call the Algerian people an atheistic people. In the 1980s, their offensive to lower oil prices was to wreak havoc on countries whose economies were heavily dependent on oil revenues. To counteract the appearance of spot markets (free day-to-day price fixing) of prices that exceed official prices and which is a direct consequence of the second oil shock linked to the Iranian revolution and the fear of crude oil shortages, The principle of the fixed margin per barrel sold to refiners (netback policy) was introduced in 1985, a perverse principle which will lead to the collapse of prices; It is the oil counter-shock of 1986, which put Algeria in particular on its knees. The price of the barrel had dropped below $ 10 to the point where Kasdi Merbah, the prime minister of the day, called on the Saudi authorities to remind them “that they were breaking our mouths”. Later, what was known about the financing of terrorism in Algeria, Syria and elsewhere by some countries of the Middle East is the subject of more and more testimonies and equally irrefutable evidence.

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