Saudi princess posts bail in human trafficking case
I think it is time to do a little investigation here in the U.S. to see how many Saudi people residing here in the U.S. are subjecting their household workers to such treatment. It is common for people from a few of the Middle-East Countries to contract people to work for them, and force their workers to perform contrary to the contract.
There have been cases where children have been brought to serve the family, in which the children were abused, treated poorly, and not even allowed to reside as a member of the household. We as American’s a negligent in our understanding of the ways of the Middle-East. Yet we allow immigrants to come to America that believe they can conduct themselves as if in their country. Many religious beliefs, human rights, and other practices from their native lands are not conducive to U.S. law, yet they continue to be practiced by many.
Frankly, the United States should not be supporting the Saudi Government at all due to ongoing human rights concerns relative to women and children.