Arab Princesses Accused Of Human Trafficking In Belgium

by Kal El on July 30, 2008 · 0 comments

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Sickening. But no surprise here. Slavery still exists, for domestic servants in muslim countries. Now, like shariah law, and honor killings, it is being imported to Europe.

(ANSAmed) – BRUSSELS, JULY 29 – An emir’s widow and her four daughters will have to answer to a charge of trafficking because they enslaved some twenty domestics on the fourth floor of luxury hotel Conrad in Brussels where they had been living for a few months. It was decided by the labour court which ruled after the denouncement of two maids who succeeded in escaping and giving alarm. The case is from July 1. The maids arrived with the princesses aboard a private jet and for months had been employed in conditions of super-exploitation. After the intervention of the police eleven workers received recognition of their status of victims of trafficking. The emir’s family, despite saying they want to cooperate with the Belgian justice, after the intervention of the policemen left the hotel and returned in the United Arab Emirates. According to the charges, the princesses, once the judges after having carried out the inquiry send back the dossiers to the court, risk from two to five years of imprisonment. (ANSAmed).

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