Saudi Arabian employer hangs his Ethiopian maid upside down from a hook and beats her to a bloody pulp. She is drenched in blood from the whips and sticks that the Saudi men use to beat their domestic slaves.
LiveLeak Non-European Foreign workers in the Gulf states are treated as de-facto Slaves, with no human rights and are kept as virtual prisoners by their respective employers and forced to endure harsh treatment for little pay. A recent report by Amnesty International slammed the worsening state of human rights abuses in the country.
Among the myriad criticisms leveled in the report, it was noted that migrant workers and other minorities regularly suffer abuse and “excessive use of force” at the hands of authorities. Yet 82 countries in the UN praised Saudi Arabia for its “outstanding human rights record.”
Maid ends life in Saudi Arabia
Bangladesh is on the road to becoming another Afghanistan, fulfilling the clearly stated desires of jihadists and fundamentalists to ethnically cleanse the country until the only religion is Islam, according to Bangladeshis who have fled their homeland.
American Thinker by Madeline Brooks (h/t Winterspirit) Imams describe women as filth and demand that they cover themselves. They accuse exploited female garment workers of prostitution when they are forced to work late into the night to earn a living.
Schoolchildren have to dress in Islamic garb, even if they are not Muslims. Workers are discriminated against if they are other than Muslim. Land grabs by Muslims of property owned by minorities occur all the time — with impunity. Atheist bloggers are beaten and even killed for “insulting Islam,” and all this under the supposedly secular Awami League administration.
The Hindu empire once stretched from Afghanistan to Indonesia, before the Muslim invasions whittled it down. According to Dr. Sachi Dastidar, professor of politics at the State University of New York at Old Westbury, Long Island, forty-nine million Hindus are missing from the Bangladesh census over the period of 1947 to 2001.
At the time of the partition of India in 1947, Hindus comprised thirty-one percent of the population of Bangladesh. The population of Hindus in Bangladesh is now down to a mere nine percent. The numbers are shrinking very fast due to coerced conversions; the kidnapping of girls and women, as well as rapes followed by murder; forced flight — and genocidal massacres.
In the near future, all the non-Muslims may be “ethnically cleansed” from Bangladesh. The world will have lost one more part of the globe to fundamentalists and gained one more staging ground for new attacks on the West.
The minority population in Bangladesh lives under constant fear of loss of life and property, especially in the countryside, where Muslim transgressions more easily escape being publicized.
Imagine this: You are a peasant farmer living in a thatched house in a remote area. You and your brother try to keep a vigil during the night, expecting another raid, since there have been frequent attacks on your neighbors. Men with torches come at three in the morning and set fire to your house, after dragging out your wife and two daughters, ages nine and thirteen.
You must fight alone, because your brother was mutilated by the same men in a previous raid. All his fingers were cut off, and his right leg was amputated at the hip so that he would suffer lifelong humiliation as well as disability. You are beaten and bound, forced to watch the gang-rapes of your wife and daughters. Your house and all your possessions are burned beyond use.
Your wife and daughters are afraid to file a complaint with the police, because they know that the police usually do not prosecute the attackers — and they may even turn on the victims. (All this, to say nothing of having to bear the shame of being sexually violated.)
You have talked with your neighbors about mounting a stronger defense against the frequent attacks, but all of you feel demoralized, knowing that scores or even hundreds of armed men have descended on others like you to punish you for having the temerity to fight back.
You consider fleeing with your family but do not want to give up the land that has belonged to your ancestors for hundreds of years. But if you stay on your land, which is the only life you know, you may very well be killed.
Such is life today in Bangladesh for Hindus, as well as for all the other minorities: Buddhists, Christians, atheists, and animists. The details of this sketch are all too real. They were culled from photos and verbal descriptions of the persecution of the minorities compiled by a human rights organization of Bangladeshi Americans, the Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council.
The Bangladesh Unity Council will meet on November 20, 2013 in Washington D.C. with the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Hopefully this time they will see results, since the same group has been meeting with other U.S. officials since 1999 without any sign of improvement.
An immediate concern is the upcoming national elections in Bangladesh, because in this aspiring democracy, ironically, elections bring fresh new pogroms against the minorities.
This is not to say that every Muslim in this Muslim-majority country participates in or accepts these atrocities. On the contrary, there are Muslim intellectuals who write frequent articles decrying their country’s slide toward sharia and jihad. The international press, however, has barely noticed Bangladesh’s descent into fundamentalist hell, and the threat it poses to world security.
Worldwide attention and political intervention may be able to help slow down this disaster. But that takes time. Most immediately, however, support is needed to stop the ongoing genocide. To meet immediate needs for survival, non-violent physical assistance to protect endangered communities must be considered.
Madeline Brooks is a counter-jihad activist and writer, based in New York City. She can be reached at ResistJihad@aol.com.
The first video below is of the Muslim slaughter of Hindu children: (WARNING: Graphic)
It’s bad enough that HALAL butchers in Gaza force animals to die a slow, agonizing death in Islamic ritual slaughter, they are cheered on by Muslims who come out to watch this barbaric, sadistic practice.
Before you get your panties in a wad and say that “Halal is just like Kosher,” please look at a comparison under the video.
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Kosher vs. Halal:
Kosher – requires the animal be slaughtered quickly and humanely, strictly forbidding cruel slow methods like strangulation.
Halal – requires the animal be bled out in agony while sick people who get off watching that kind of thing have a “festival.”
Kosher – requires the blood be drained cleanly from the *carcass* of the humanely killed animal, removing toxins released from cells into the bloodstream at the moment of death from the meat.
Halal –leaves the meat *filled* with toxins released at the moment of death because the blood is removed while the animal is dying and therefore is not present in sufficient quantities to remove those last toxins.
Kosher – contains little to no cortisol or norepenepherine (two stress chemicals that are similar enough from mammal to mammal to cross species) because the animal to be killed is treated well before it is put down and is generally not frightened as it is put down (because in a truly kosher slaughter situation, animals cannot be slaughtered in a sequential fashion, as the waste of one could contaminate the next, so they are not exposed to the “scent of death” the way non-kosher culls are)
Halal – animals watch other animals die during the blood letting festival, smelling their fear and raising their own stress. These stress chemicals “marinate” the meat in hormones known to raise levels of aggression and violence in nearly all mammal species (including human).
Kosher – requires cooking the cleanly drained meat completely, cooking any remaining stress chemicals into oblivion.
Halal – allows for a surprising range of cooking methods, including even some “tar tar” dishes (raw or nearly raw), allowing for the spread of disease and chemicals and hormones that were not removed by the idiotic slow bloodletting practice and half-measure cooking.
Kosher – the spinal cord is sectioned thus cutting off pain to the brain. Therefore, no suffering or terror.
Halal – spinal cord left intact.
Saudi Police whip and beat Ethiopian migrants.
Saudi Arabian mob beats up and kills Ethiopian Christian migrant calling him a dog.
Ethiopian domestic worker is tied to a wall by her Saudi employer when she isn’t working.
Arab human traffickers beat up their Ethiopian cargo.
Ethiopian migrants abused by Saudi Security Forces.
Another Ethiopian migrant beaten up by Saudi mob.
Ethiopian domestic worker hangs herself, another victim of Saudi employer abuse.
Ethiopian Review Some Ethiopian women resort to suicide after being subjected to barbaric acts at the hands of their Saudi employers, and the Ethiopian embassy has refused to provide them with assistance. The women are trafficked to Saudi Arabia by agencies in Ethiopia that are affiliated with Saudi-Ethiopian billionaire Al Amoudi and his associates, in collaboration with the TPLF junta.
Ethiopian woman at the town of Tabuk, Saudi Arabia, has committed suicide by hanging. It is reported that she killed herself after she was prevented from going back to her country.
Thanks to Dave S
If you think what you’ve just seen is bad, look at this travesty:
‘Whomever uses the term ISIL instead of Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant will be flogged with 70 lashes.’
‘It is forbidden for women to visit gynecologists for treatment.’
‘All men’s barber shops must be closed.’
‘Girls are not allowed to sit on chairs’
‘Smoking or selling cigarettes is punishable by death’
A flood of foreign jihadists are being smuggled into Syria under the watch of Obama’s BFF Prime Minister Ergodan’s regime in Turkey. Most of these foreign jihadists who subscribe to Saudi Arabia’s Wahhabism end up joining al-Qaeda’s ‘Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant’ (ISIL).
Turkey blames the West for not doing enough to help the al-Qaeda linked FSA rebels to overthrow the Assad regime.
Another Perth-based live exporter is under Government investigation after footage emerged of Australian bulls being brutally halal-slaughtered in Mauritius. Video released by Animals Australia shows the bulls being dragged head-first off trucks on to concrete and being kicked and trussed before having their throats slit in the street.
AU News The animals are thought to have been exported by International Livestock Exports – a company already under investigation for alleged live export breaches in Kuwait. The investigation comes as Federal Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce signals his desire to water down live export rules put in place after the live export ban to Indonesia in 2011.
The WA Liberals are also set to vote on a motion at their State conference at the weekend to remove “red tape” from the live export system. Animals Australia said the latest incident was evidence that the live export system should not be weakened. ”It is clear that without strong regulatory sanctions, exporters will not take their legal responsibility seriously,” an Animals Australia spokeswoman said.
“It was the most relieved I have ever felt,” she recalled of her escape to Israel. “Four years of hell was finally over.” Rogers is not the first Western woman to marry an Arab man and find out how few rights she had once removed to a Middle East country that abides by sharia, or Islamic law. But some are working to make her among the last.
USA Today Gunfire cracked all around Sara Rogers as she climbed to the roof of her high-rise home in Gaza. The year was 2005, and Israeli soldiers were fighting Palestinian gunmen to stop rocket attacks and destroy smuggling tunnels.
Rogers closed her eyes. “Just let one hit me in the head,” she begged. “And make it quick.” It was not the months of violence of the Second Intifada that made the Italian-American college graduate ache for death. It was her virtual enslavement by one of the most feared families in the Middle East. Days later, Rogers was in a taxi with her five children, praying her husband wouldn’t catch her and their five children before she reached the Israeli border.
The ordeal of an American woman who was held captive with her child by her husband in Iran was chronicled in the 1991 book and film “Not Without My Daughter.” And a French woman who escaped her Saudi prince husband has yet to be rejoined with her daughter despite a 2012 French court ruling ordering the husband to turn over the child.
The U.S. State Department does not keep records on its citizens who are kidnapped on foreign soil. Though it does try to put pressure on governments for an American’s release, State has gone on record in the past that it has “very limited capability” in Gaza.
When such kidnappings do occur, it often appears as a surprise to women as it was to Rogers, a bright multicultural studies student from upstate New York. Rogers was living with her mother in Las Cruces, a city on the Rio Grande in New Mexico, when she became enchanted by a soft-spoken Arab man working at the Middle Eastern cafe where she’d often study.
“I was the feminist, the rebel, everything you could imagine,” she said. Hatem Abu Taha proposed to her three days after they met. They were married soon after.
“The morning after we wed, my husband got up to meet his friends,” she recalled. “I was like, ‘What? We’re newlyweds.’” ”He just told me he was doing guy things and I could do woman things,” she said in an interview at her home outside Boston.
Rogers worked as a nurse assistant but hoped for better. She completed a master’s degree and was preparing to write a book. Her husband rarely worked. He spoke often of his native land.
The couple had three children and were expecting a fourth when Taha said it was time they traveled to the Middle East to visit his Palestinian relatives. It was 2001. Taha’s family lived in Rafah, a city on the border with Egypt from which Palestinian militants launched Qassam rockets into Israel.
Rogers was surprised to see that Taha’s family appeared to be well off. They owned, he told her, Gaza’s only cigarette patent. She was also not ready for what happened to her husband.
Taha was ultra-patriotic, she said, and passive to the will of his family who were hostile to the American in their home. After two weeks, Rogers said her kids were “breaking down.” Her eldest son was suffering anxiety attacks. Her 2-year-old daughter had contracted dysentery.
When they arrived two weeks before, carpenters were building a third-floor addition to the family home. Taha told Rogers it was for his brother and his wife. But when the work was done, Taha told her the unit was where she would live.
Rogers was distressed and said she wanted the family to return home to the United States. ”He just laughed: ‘You have no embassy here. You have no family. No one.’ I was in shock,” she said.
Her mother-in-law was the cruelest, she said, patrolling the downstairs so Rogers didn’t escape. The children were called “Yehudi”(Jews) and bullied constantly at school. Her husband told her the children were his and that she was nothing but “a vessel.” ”I did not exist as a person,” she said.
There was worse to come. Rogers said Taha struck her and broke her jaw for not cleaning the refrigerator properly. And she was suspicious that her in-laws weren’t just involved in cigarette trading.
They would have lengthy conversations with members of Hamas, the Palestinian terror group whose urban warfare tactics Rogers witnessed firsthand. ”The Palestinians would get inside a local school and start shooting from the windows,” she said. “And the Israelis would just fire back. Then you’d see people holding up dead Palestinian kids.”
When Rogers pleaded to move away from the perilous border with Israel, her father-in-law refused, claiming it would be an honor for them to be “martyred.” It was soon clear the family was active in terror networks. Israeli aerial attacks were common.
“We could hear the helicopter coming a mile away: tick, tick, tick, tick,” Rogers said. “Then it would drop the bomb.”
Rogers’ eldest son was injured by an Israeli tank shell. Her newborn son chewed holes in his feet because of the stress. One night, Taha and his nephew Yahya didn’t return from a trip.
“On the BBC was a report that two Palestinians from Islamic Jihad had claimed an attack and a young man and his wife were dead,” said Rogers. “My sister-in-law came up the stairs crying happily, saying that Yahya was now a martyr and in heaven. I had to get out.”
On a trip to Gaza City to meet a family friend, Rogers slipped away while the men were at afternoon prayers. In her burka, she had heard that illegal taxis brought people from Gaza to Israel and pleaded with a local store owner to call her one.
“I asked the cab driver how long it took to Erez and he said half an hour. I said, ‘If you can make it in 15 minutes, you can have every bit of gold I have.’ He got me to the border.”
Rogers said that speaking about her life in Palestine helps ease the pain. But it will be a long time until she recovers. “I try to take the positives from everything,” she said. “I meet good people and everything makes me grateful.”
“My kids are smart, funny, you’d never have guessed what they went through,” she added. “I tell them that it was a bad thing but that it was given to them for a reason. They can make their lives count.”
The victim, an Indian national, pleads for his life as his Saudi employer accuses him of looking at his wife. Despite repeated denials, the victim is then subjected to a horrific and sustained beating. Just before the camera stops, he is asked, “Do you want to die?”
INN (h/t Maurice) This is par for the course in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states. Migrant workers have few, if any rights and no means of representation, leaving them entirely at the mercy of their employers. They are even required to surrender their passports upon arrival, leaving them trapped and helpless, often under conditions akin to slavery.
Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR has been on a crusade to get American schools to close for two Muslim holidays each year. Several have complied. But I doubt that any of them have seen what the festival of ‘sacrifice’ actually entails.
Animals Australia A terrified Australian sheep is thrown down violently and dragged by one leg across the rocky ground. Others lay dead and dying on the street around him. A foot stomps down on his neck. With a short blunt knife, his throat is sawn at, while his legs scramble in vain. When his throat is cut, he is left in the dirt, to bleed out, until he loses consciousness. His suffering is over. But for other Australian sheep caught up in the chaos, it is just the beginning.
This is called halal slaughter and it isn’t just for Eid. During the Festival of Sacrifice (Eid al Adha) in Jordan and many other Muslim countries this year, thousands of Australian sheep were sold and brutally killed - in the streets, in filthy make-shift slaughter rooms, in driveways and in backyards – in breach of Australian law.
Rebecca Blake, from Surrey, was jailed for a crime she did not commit and ended up serving 95 days in a ‘filthy’ cell. Speaking to the Sunday Express, the 30-year-old said she was forced to lie about being married or she would face a more severe punishment for adultery and could have been stoned to death.
(No sympathy here. This is what you get for moving to a Muslim country)
UK Daily Mail The recruitment consultant was accused of having sex in the back of a taxi with her friend Conor McRedmond 28, from Tullamore, Co. Offaly and they spent a year fighting the allegations. Ms Blake said her lawyer told her to keep the fact she was already technically married, from six years ago, a secret as if the authorities knew she was married she could be charged with the more serious crime of adultery.
Now back in Britain, Ms Blake said: ‘It feels like a surreal nightmare. I still wake up in the night panicking, thinking I’m back in that cell.’ Blake and McRedmond were arrested on May 4 last year after meeting at a brunch then going on a drinking binge – getting a taxi together at 10pm.
Taxi driver Qaiser Khan, 30, claimed within minutes of getting in, Blake had taken her top off and was writhing on top of McRedmond while ‘making the sounds of a woman having sex’. He told prosecutors earlier this year: ‘They kept having sex for four minutes. The man’s shirt was open, his trousers were down to his knees and the woman was not wearing any underwear.’
The taxi driver alleged Blake offered him ‘a lot of money’ to tell prosecutors they had been kissing rather than having sex, but he refused. They said the allegations had been made up after they rowed with the taxi driver about taking a longer route home.
Their lawyer Shaker al Shammary yesterday said the statements of the two witnesses were inconsistent, adding: ‘They threatened to complain about the taxi driver and he beat them to it – yet there is no mention of their dispute in the Supreme Court judgment. ‘The medical records show what the witnesses said was not true but this was not taken into account in the ruling.’
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