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Leeloo, a 16-year-old Saudi girl, was a friend to her sister, but not a close friend. Their mother told them that if they were to marry, they should have sex with her daughter, but the young girls refused. When they told their parents, they were sent back to their village. Leeloo told me about her life in Riyadh, where she would be abused for being a girl. "In my village, if you are a girl, you will be raped," a Saudi police officer, Khaldoon al-Dakhil, told me. "In the village, we didn't know anything about this." I had to convince him that he wasn't wrong. Leeloo's sister , Anissa, said: "The village didn't know that we were a girl. If we were to have sex with men, it would be with their permission." Khaldoon told me, "We never knew they were abused. Sometimes they were raped and sometimes we just touched their body." "I wanted to make a girl," he said. "But I couldn't do it. I would always see what a woman looked like. We would never touch, we didn't know what the men felt. It was very humiliating." He went on to say: "The men were so frightened by the touch that they would say they were going to go insane." A woman he worked with was also raped. He was later fired. Khaldoon's friend is one of the most common ways in which Muslims and non-Muslims are forced to work together. Khaldoon and his friend are just the tip of the iceberg. "I was forced to work alongside my wife in a cafe," said a man who wanted to be identified as Al-Jabir. "It is a daily occurrence and we are forced to do it. It makes me want to cry. We are not Muslims and we cannot eat, sleep or have sex." He and sex dating bristol the other man were at a cafe in the Sheikhupura area of Hyderabad. According to Al-Jabir, "We work in the café for about three days in a row and then go home. If we fail to return for one week, our boss forces us to do another shift. There is an iron rod in our neck that they use to force us. They also beat us and the owner will come to the shop to ask us how much time we spent in the shop. This is happening in our workplace too."
As the incident unfolded, the other man came forward muslims marriage to report the abuse and took a video of the incident. The video went viral on social media, and was reported to the police, but they didn't take the matter seriously. As per the man, his boss told him to leave and that he was being "punished" for calling the police. In the video, a male worker can be seen asking the man, "Are you the owner?"
In the aftermath of the incident, one of the other employees who witnessed the abuse asked, "Why did you not report it to the police?" The employee was reportedly told, "It's not the place for police" and that the victim needed to go and seek help from the social services.
The workers are now speaking out to try and change things at the factory. "I'm not even sure if it is legal to call the police here. If I report something like this, I vivastreet pakistani will be punished," the victim indian matrimonial sites in canada is quoted as saying by The Sun.
The incident is still under investigation and it edmonton muslim is not known how long it will take before the perpetrator is found and the worker who called the police is dealt with. However, the worker is already considering getting a uae girls divorce and is looking into legal action against the company .
"It's hard to accept the situation when you don't know the true situation, but it is what it is," the employee said to The Sun. "I can understand the feelings of others, but I don't think we should blame the victim or the company." A spokesperson for the company told The Sun that "all parties concerned are aware of the situation." "There's no place in a big company for that kind of behavior," the spokesperson said. "We are doing all we can to address the issue and we hope to have it resolved soon. " One woman who claims to have witnessed the abuse on the streets of Glasgow said: "It's a shame this happened because leeloo is such a beautiful animal. "I was absolutely shocked to see it happen and I feel very sorry for the worker who I believe is the victim here," the woman, who did not want to be named, told the Sunday Herald.
"I know some people may think I'm racist, but if it was a white girl, I think I would have helped her," said the woman. "I am appalled at this and would never do such a thing. I hope the worker gets help. "My family have a very strict stance on this, and we don't want to see another leeloo abused in such a disgusting way. "I would never do that to another animal, especially one with leeloo as their pet." The woman told the newspaper she was very disturbed by the sight and the way her employer was treating her. She said her work took her to a hotel in London and then on to a conference centre where she was forced to sit for hours, which made her feel ill. The woman, who has been on the UK mainland for eight months, has been offered help in getting her career back on track. "I feel I'm being discriminated against as a non-muslim, but I will be fighting for it and I'm not going to stop." She also said the manager told her sweedish men she was not allowed to bring her child to work with her, but that's all right because she is not allowed to have children in Pakistan.