Slavery Diversity in the USA
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Saudi slaver Al-Turki

It's been a bad week for Muslims keeping slaves in America. A Saudi PHD student, Homaidan Al-Turki, living in Aurora, Colorado, was found guilty of all counts yesterday of keeping a woman in bondage. Not only did she have to do windows, she also had to obey the sexual demands of her (married) master. Though the original charges were reduced, Al-Turki could be sentenced to life in prison in August [ Saudi man convicted of sex abuse, Denver Post, 7/1/06].

Arapahoe County - An Indonesian woman wept and plugged fingers into her ears to shield the sounds of wailing family and friends of the man found guilty Friday afternoon of sexual abuse. [...]

Authorities say for four years Al-Turki kept the 24-year-old Indonesian woman as a slave in the family home, forcing her to cook and clean and take care of the family and their five children with little pay. Prosecutors say Al-Turki eventually intimidated the woman into sex acts that culminated in her rape in late 2004.

The defense said many of the allegations were simply misconstrued cultural differences, or what attorney John Richilano called "cynical Islamaphobia."

In Los Angeles, the trial process is just beginning for some accused Egyptian slavers: Pair Admit Enslaving Girl, 12. The article contains an unusual admission of cultural depravity from the diversity-loving Los Angeles Times.
The case shed light on a common though illegal practice in Egypt in which children from poor families are sent to work for the well-to-do. The servants, known as Khadamah, usually range in age from 9 to 18 and often are forced to sleep in kitchens.
The Sons of Allah claim the moral high ground against western civilization despite copious evidence to the contrary; Islam's continuing support of slavery is but one example of how Muslim immigration is inappropriate for America and should be ended.
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