Rizana Nafeek Sacrificial Lamb Promoted by Unscrupulous Agent, Executed By Sharia Law of Allah the Merciful
Posted on January 13th, 2013

Prof. Hudson McLean

 There are many open and unanswered questions which are highlighted by this tragic execution of a young Sri Lankan Overseas Expatriate Worker-;

 1: Exercise stricter control of Overseas Expatriate Worker and the Employment Agencies..

2: Apply & Control Fees which can be levied by the Agencies

3: Control the issue of Passports by stricter  verification

4: Register of all workers at the local Sri Lankan Consulate upon arrival.

5: Passports if necessary to be held by the employer, should be held only by the Sri Lanka Authority, since the Ownership of the Passport is the Property of the Sri Lankan Government.

 Said that, there are highly disturbing questions based on the treatment of Overseas Expatiate Workers (OEW) by the employers of mainly Arab Muslim countries.

 Many OEW from poor countries such as Sri Lanka, Indonesia, India, Malaysia have been brutally and inhumanely assaulted by their Arab, predominantly Muslim masters. 

 Burning with cigarettes, boiling water, driving nails into the body, starvation, gang rape by the male community, and many other sordid crimes are being committed, as we read this letter.

 I was a witness with two other European business partners, in Kuwait, when we were at a 21st birthday party thrown by the grandson of the then Ruler, a gaggle of beautiful young girls were brought in by several limousines.. The party over-flowing with Moet et Chandon, Black Label, Campari and a host if alcoholic beverages, served by tame Pakistani, Egyptian lackeys. The party was held at a desert mansion about 30 minutes drive from the City of Kuwait.

 Drinki, dancing, whoring flourished without any limits, when one of my Western friends started dancing with one Egyptian girls.  I was informed that the girls are “the property of the Sheikh and Reserved” for his close friends. Within seconds, the girl with my friend was pulled away by two lackeys and slung into the pool, on the instructions of the Prince.

 After she swam out of the pool, dried and changed herself, the intoxicated girl returned to my friend’s arms. In a flash, several of the friends of the young Prince, pulled her off and slung her back into the pool. There was a loud “Thud”, Her head had split on hitting against the concrete, the pool went red with her blood. 

 There was laughter, whilst the music and drinking continued.  Several drivers came with a few sheets, wrapped the body and drove into the desert night.

 These girls were brought illegally, from Egypt, Jordon, Lebanon, without any Immigration control and they were expendable.

 One might ask-;

1: Are there different Laws according to Sharia, for the Rich and the Rest?

2: Is Allah the Merciful a big farce?

3: Why is cruelty so blatant in Arab Muslim countries against the poor helpless workers?

4: Why do the respective governments in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE allow such cruelty, specially Fuelled and Promoted by the Ruling Royal families?

5: What action should the governments in labour supplier countries take in order to prevent such Abuse, Cruelty and Torture?

 At least the Government of Sri Lanka, led by HE President Mahinda Rajapaksa had the back-bone to protest which many other leaders including Prime Minister Manmohan Singhe hid his face beneath his turban.

 Hope the sacrifice of Rizana Nafeek was not in vain, and may help future workers to obtain humane justice in the Arab Muslim Middle East, InShallah!

 

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5 Responses to “Rizana Nafeek Sacrificial Lamb Promoted by Unscrupulous Agent, Executed By Sharia Law of Allah the Merciful”

  1. Nanda Says:

    Saudi Hooligons having Eid Mubarak with this poor girls’s flesh.
    Flesh eating bugs should be eliminated from this world.

  2. Lorenzo Says:

    “(CNN) — Saudi Arabia on Sunday defended its execution of a Sri Lankan maid for the death of an infant in her care and hit back at international criticism of last week’s beheading.

    “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia categorically rejects any interference in its affairs or in the provisions of its judiciary under any justifications,” a statement carried by the official Saudi Press Agency read.

    Human rights groups and the Sri Lankan government had lobbied for leniency in the case of Rizana Nafeek, who was convicted of killing her employers’ son in 2005. The family said she strangled the boy, Kayed bin Nayef bin Jazyan al-Otaibi, after being asked to bottle-feed him, but Nafeek said the infant accidentally choked on milk.”

    This is a very SAD situation.

    2 humans have died over the incident.
    Fathima Rizana Nafeek
    Kayed bin Nayef bin Jazyan al-Otaibi

    2 Allah worshipers have died!! Apparently killed by Allah worshipers. The religion of peace!!!

  3. Nalliah Thayabharan Says:

    Saudi Arabia is an absolute monarchy that has no written criminal code and where court rulings are based on judges’ interpretation of Islamic sharia law. The punishment is always beheading for anyone found guilty of witchcraft.

    Saudi Arabia has a criminal justice system based on a hardline and literal form of Sharia law due to Wahhabi Islam being the official state religion.

    The death penalty can be imposed for a wide range of offences including murder, rape, armed robbery, repeated drug use, apostasy, adultery, witchcraft and sorcery and can be carried out by beheading with a sword, stoning or firing squad, followed by crucifixion.

    The death penalty can be imposed under the three categories of criminal offence in Sharia:

    Hudud: fixed Quranic punishments for specific crimes. Hudud crimes which can result in the death penalty include apostasy, adultery, and sodomy.

    Qisas: eye-for-an-eye retaliatory punishments. Qisas crimes include murder.Families of someone murdered can choose between demanding the death penalty or granting clemency in return for a payment of diyya, or blood money, by the perpetrator. There has been a growing trend of exorbitant blood-money demands, for example a sum of $11 million was reported as being recently demanded in exchange for clemency.

    Tazir: a general category, including crimes defined by national regulations some of which can be punished by death, such as drug trafficking.

    A conviction requires proof in one of three ways. The first is an uncoerced confession. Alternatively, the testimony of two male witnesses can convict, unless it is a hudud crime, in which case a confession is also required. Lastly, an affirmation or denial by oath can be required. Giving an oath is taken particularly seriously in a religious society such as Saudi Arabia’s, and a refusal to take an oath will be taken as an admission of guilt.

    Saudi authorities beheaded eight Bangladeshi workers who were found guilty of robbing and killing an Egyptian man in October of 2011. This cruel practice by far exceeded the code of Hammurabi’s severe punishment, “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth”.

    Saudi Arabia employs about 8 to 10 million expatriates, the overwhelming majority of whom are imported from poverty-stricken Asian countries and are willing to accept any compensation under severe, often inhumane conditions. The rest are technocrats who come to perform jobs the Saudis lack the proper training to undertake. This is due to a poor school system dominated by the religious establishment, which is opposed to non-religious education. In addition, the regime continues to emphasize nomadic and religious teachings and traditions such as King Abdullah’s brainchild, the lavish Al-Janadriyah annual nomadic festivals, and Defense Minister Prince Salman’s favorite project, memorization of the Qur’an, in which he personally pays cash prizes (“from his hard earned personal income”). The religious establishment, the long arm of the system, continues to issue fatawi against reformers and critics of the system’s anti-democratic policies and practices.

    It has become customary to associate the Saudis with terrorism attacks anywhere in the world and for good reason; Saudi youth are the most readily available to be recruited by terrorists’ organizations to die for Islam. This is due to Saudis’ ubiquitous religious indoctrination in schools, mosques and the government’s tightly controlled media. Whether terror attacks take place in Iraq, Chechnya, Bosnia, Pakistan, Lebanon, North Africa, Afghanistan, Yemen, Indonesia, the Philippines, Europe or in the US, Saudi nationals and/or money are most likely to be involved in one form or another. Saudi youth are raised and taught to mistrust non-Muslims and consider them enemy until they submit to Allah’s will and abide by the Shariah law which rejects non-sectarian laws as interpreted by a religious establishment that is appointed by and shares power with the Saudi ruling family.

    Spread of Wahhabism throughout the world has been exponentially intensified under King Abdullah more than under any of his predecessors. Threatened by developing domestic and regional challenges King Abdullah implored the monarchs of the smaller Gulf States to ‘move beyond the stage of cooperation and into the stage of unity in a single entity’, which translates to a formal union dominated by the Saudi ruling family.

    King Abdullah’s had invited the two remaining autocratic Arab kings of Morocco and Jordan to join the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) even though they are geographically distant from the Gulf. Based on their historical experience, the overlords of these smaller Gulf Arab States consider the Saudi royals to be condescending, too rigid, heavy-handed, and confrontational. In addition, the rulers of the smaller States see the Saudi policies as a menace to their “live and let live” strategies, not only within their heterogeneous societies, but also with Iran, with whom they share borders and beneficial relations. The recent transition of power from the ailing and aging Saudi King Abdullah to two well-known pugnacious Princes, Naif and Salman, is more likely to lessen instead of increase cooperation, let alone create unity among the autocracies of the Gulf.

    Furthermore, the ruling dynasties of the smaller Gulf States can afford to reject the ambitious Saudi plan to form a “single entity’ which they know would be dominated by the Saudi ruling family and its Wahhabi ideology. In the early 1990s, the West began to shift its military presence from Saudi Arabia to the smaller Gulf States; as time passed, the West found these rulers more responsive to Western needs than the Saudis. The gradual shift of Western dependence from the Saudi ruling family to the rulers of the smaller States has diminished Saudi influence in the region and has rendered obsolete the smaller Gulf States’ need for Saudi protection.

    The failure to unite the Gulf Arab States rulers “in a single entity” under their control are more likely to increase the Saudi rulers’ reliance on domestic oppression and intense use of religion to promote their self-interest. However, pursuing these policies will increase the Saudi people’s discontent, which will to domestic strife and regional isolation, eventually hastening the fall of the Saudi monarchy to the very forces they are trying to escape.

  4. Nalliah Thayabharan Says:

    Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s inhumane acts are very disgusting. One concerns me about the West’s role in bringing liberty because if their own allies like Saudi Arabia can’t be changed then how can Afghanistan or any other nation be changed. West painted Gaddafi as a human rights abuser. Gaddafi is a 100 times better than Saudi Arabia’s monarch. Yet, the West never says a word to criticize the abuses in Saudi Arabia but in Libya it was an uproar.
    As long as Saudi Arabia kneels to NATO, then human rights violations don’t ‘exist’, if the Kingdom decides to make one move against NATO, then it would be labelled like Gaddafi and invaded.
    Western hypocrisy and double standards of United Nations just stink! Saudi Arabia is a close ally of the US/UK because of oil and arms deals but at the same time it is the most repressive nation on earth, ruled by an undemocratic, autocratic monarchy. It is OK to do business with Saudi Arabia but countries like Iraq, Libya and Syria are targeted because of an alleged deficit of democracy. What a joke!
    In 2003, Western media played a leading role in making the case for US/UK invasion of Iraq; as a result, we have over a million dead Iraqis, a ruined nation and no democracy in Iraq but as far as western media is concerned the mission is done well in Iraq- and the media in the West moved on to elsewhere. Now came Libya – regime change there brought in hundred of thousands dead – ruined nation and no democracy; Now is Syria’s turn to experience Western regime change and all that comes with its: ruined nations and millions of dead people. But now Saudi Arabia is part of the Western regime change agenda in Syria and if this happened– we will have millions dead, ruined nation and no democracy. Now the Saudi Arabia is leading the sinister agenda of arming terrorists against Syria.
    A Sri Lankan woman is currently facing decapitation by sword on a witchcraft charge in Saudi Arabia. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is nothing more than modern day barbaric country. Migrant workers are victims of harsh, psychotic and evil Saudi Arabians. They will be executed in crimes that most of them didn’t committed like the act of self defense only protecting themselves against the monstrous and brutal Arabians.

  5. rohanana Says:

    The funny thing is that some Muslims are trying to put the blame on Saudis for this act and not accept this practice and other practices of Muslims according to Islam is wrong, outdated and really bad for the human kind especially for women. They forget that these were taught by an illiterate man who could not read or write and also heard the voices of God which is the first sign of Schizophrenia (worse incurable Mental Illness – there are millions who hear and talk to God in Psychiatric hospitals in the world including in Muslims countries like him). He is a man who has killed many and also would have charged as a child molester in today’s world. If Allah is so powerful I like to ask those Muslims why that Allah is not stopping these Barbaric acts, why is Allah not punishing those who are breaking his word and bring disgrace to Allah. That is the least Allah can do I suppose. I am yet to see that. Allah can dry out all the oil wells in Saudi as Muslims reckon that Allah has given those to Muslims. Allah could have stopped this girl’s suffering and beheading if Allah was so powerful, after all Allah created these bastards and the girl, and Allah should have the power to stop it. I am confused? Those educated Muslims who supposed to preach about Islam should know the answer, and in your answer please quote from the Koran as I have one, so I can check it out to verify. Why is that Allah is not punishing those Muslims (they pray 5 times a day) who do illegal things in Sri Lanka, who build Mosques illegally, sell drugs etc?

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