Slavery in Saudi Arabia, other Gulf states

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This video says about itself:

Modern Slavery in Gulf Countries

Adam Hanieh: Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states created a super exploited migrant work force after facing a radicalized Arab working class in the 60’s

From ArabianBusiness.com:

95,000 people ‘enslaved’ in Gulf states, says charity

Nearly 100,000 people are living in slavery across the Gulf, according to a new global index by charity Walk Free Foundation.

A total of 95,411 people living in the region are “enslaved”, a majority of which are in Saudi Arabia (57,504), noted the index which ranked 162 countries on the number living in slavery, the risk of enslavement, and the strength of government responses to combating the illegal activity.

Saudi Arabia was the worst offender in the Gulf, ranked 82nd while the UAE (18,713) was placed 88th, Bahrain (2,679) and Qatar (4,168) were ranked equal 96th, Oman (5,739) was three places lower…

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