Book: Vile abuse, vicious beatings and constant intimidation: cruel treatment meted out to expat staff by Saudi royals revealed

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Vile abuse, vicious beatings and constant intimidation from the religious police: Shocking extent of cruel treatment meted out to expat staff by Saudi royals revealed 

  • Cay Garcia, from Cape Town, worked as a butler for a Saudi princess
  • Was disgusted by extent of the abuse, mostly directed at Filipino maids
  • Eventually left after confronting her employer about treatment of staff
  • Incidents included beatings and rooms being trashed as punishment
  • Also saw one maid being forced to tip a bucket of ice over her own head
  • Expats cannot leave without being given an exit visa by their employer
  • As a result, maids with whom Cay worked are trapped in Riyadh
  • Cay has chosen not to give the name of her blue-blooded employer

Published: 13:37, 30 July 2014 | DailyMail

When Cay Garcia, a fifty-something from Cape Town, was offered a well-paid job working for a princess from Saudi Arabia’s ruling dynasty…

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Dr. Khaled M. Batarfi’s Response To Julieta


photocreditalriyadhFalling In Love With Saudi Students Abroad!
By Dr. Khaled M. Batarfi
Saudi Gazette
14 July 2014

Julieta is a South American girl living in USA, who fell in love with a Saudi student. She is in trouble, now. Here’s how she tells her story, in an email she sent in response to my last article “Respect girls’ marriage rights.”

She writes: “Before I read your article, I thought I wont find any man, in Saudi, who think as you do, so I am glad that I did, and hope and pray that more believers in women rights are out there!

“I found that everything was against me when I decided to look for a way to marry a Saudi man! I haven’t find the way, yet, but haven’t given up, and am still looking for some other ways.

“It is so hard, and I don’t know why, since the…

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