Saudi Arabia & Sri Lankan

Saudi Arabia (' or incorrectly ', officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , commonly known as Saudi Arabia (in American English as   or in British English as ) is the largest state in Western Asia by land area, constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula, and the second-largest in the Arab world, after Algeria. The Sri Lankan Civil War was a conflict fought on the island of Sri Lanka. 5.0/5

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Sri Lankan home after 17 years without seeing her family
Saudi Arabia, which chairs is weighing whether to stone to death a Sri Lankan maid who had extramarital sex https…
Protesters demand to stop stoning of Sri Lankan maid in Saudi Arabia
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Please don't only see one side.. Every action has a similar/opposite reaction... watch this and decide who created the whole scene.. If right action taken initially and law & order was given then the followed actions wouldn't have happened. Watch this and decide...If you go back to many years all people were happy living in this country until the foreign interventions happened..This island belongs to all Sri Lankans, however, there should be sinhala,buddhist principals in the country as this is the only country in the world as a Sinhala Buddhist country.. Simply, when you are in Rome you have to live like a Roman, same way when you live in UK you have to live like the way this owner of this FB is living,in Saudi Arabia like a Muslim,in Sri Lanka like a Sri Lankan(with the rule of Sinhala Buddhist principals)If one cannot live accordingly in Sri Lanka then the best thing is to leave the country and let others live harmony.. I worked in Saudi Arabia and during that time I was basically living according to m ...
1200 lashes and jail term for Lankan maid in Saudi Arabia - The Sunday Times Sri Lanka
Lankan woman awaiting Pak citizenship for 9 long years CHARSADDA: A woman of Sri Lankan origin, who happily married a Pakistani national nine years ago, Monday asked the prime minister and interior minister to help her get the citizenship of Pakistan. Speaking at a press conference at the Charsadda Press Club, Khadeja Alam said she married Khursheed Alam in Saudi Arabia in 2005 and moved to Pakistan after marriage.She said she submitted an application to the Citizenship Secretariat in Islamabad in 2005 along with the relevant documents. “I was told that I would be granted the Pakistani nationality within five years, but the officials are now using delaying tactics,” she complained. Khadeja Alam, who embraced Islam before her marriage, said she had been told to file a fresh application. She said she had to get her visa extended every year, which caused financial problems for the couple as her husband, a teacher by profession, received a meagre salary. Flanked by her two children and husband, she said s ...
Sri Lanka WOMEN GOING AS MAIDS TO MIDDLE EAST DECLINED BY 72% AS IN AUGUST LAST YEAR 3798 RECEIVED TRAINING AND WENT ABROAD BUT THIS AUGUST ONLY 1021 WENT ABROAD FURTHER FROM JANUARY TO AUGUST 2013 ONLY 19661 MIGRATING WHERES DURING SAME PERIOD FIGURES WAS 27197 Oct 02, Colombo: Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment (SLBFE) says that the number of Sri Lankan women migrating to Middle Eastern countries as housemaids has declined sharply. The Bureau says that the housemaid migration has declined by 72 percent in August 2013 compared to August last year. In August last year, 3,798 housemaids received training at SLBFE before migrating while the number declined to 1,021 in August 2013. The number of housemaids trained from January 01 to August 31 in 2012 was 27,197 while the number in the same period in 2013 has declined to 19,661. However, the migration of male workers increased in the same period. From January 01 to August 31 this year, 28322 male workers were trained while 27,903 were trained in the sam . ...
The Sri Lankan Embassy has rejected reports in Colombo claiming yesterday a Sri Lankan domestic worker has been arrested in Saudi Arabia for worshipping a statue of the Buddha. According to the Bodu Bala Senaa, a Buddhi
6000 Sri Lankan migrant workers who are staying in Saudi Arabia illegally will be systematically brought back, the...
Saudi Arabia's treatment of foreign workers under fire after beheading of Sri Lankan maid via
Sri Lankan student Naleer Yasir in Saudi Arabia won the worldwide mathematics exam conducted by Cambridge University
A POSITIVE DIMENSION OF INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIVITY --Jehan Perera Sri Lanka is facing diplomatic difficulties on many fronts. The latest is that Saudi Arabia has recalled its ambassador from Sri Lanka for consultations. This follows Sri Lanka’s own recalling of its ambassador to Saudi Arabia after the beheading of a young Sri Lankan housemaid. While the severity of Saudi justice has come into question, weakening of diplomatic ties between the two countries can work to the detriment of Sri Lanka. Saudi Arabia is the spiritual home of Muslims worldwide, including Sri Lanka. It also provides jobs to a large number of Sri Lankan migrant workers whose remittances now form the backbone of the country’s economy. On the other hand, Sri Lanka’s international relationships are also at a low ebb where Human Rights standards are concerned. The forthcoming session of the UN Human Rights Council threatens to be a contentious one for the Sri Lankan government. There are reports of a resolution that will be ...
Plight of the rest of the World 16 Year old Rizana Nafeek's a Sri Lankan went to Saudi Arabia in 2004 to work to support her-family back-home, she was accused shortly after of suffocating a baby in her care (which-she-denied) she was sentenced to death beheaded January-9-2013 by the Saudi’s-government and her body refused to be retuned to her-family in Sri-Lanka . While we in America talk of the “fiscal-cliff” and “bad-economy” yet we spend $200-million-dollars for a not needed inauguration of a Second-term-President. There are many countries around the world that do not know what the word “economy” means, if they hear of “fiscal-cliff” they might think it’s a place to jump-off Around the world people go to desperate acts just to feed their families. In countries such as Bangladesh, India, Pakistan & Sri Lanka they line up and employment agencies to be maids in foreign-lands, sometimes living under very depressing-circumstances, tragically some die at the hands of the very employer ...
a letter on beheading.THE recent beheadings in Saudi Arabia of a young Sri Lankan Muslim woman and a Pakistani on various charges has drawn criticism of Human Rights organisations around the world which deem such punishment as mediaeval and barbaric. Indeed such actions bring to mind the mediaeval English history made famous by the slaying of two of King Henry VIII’s six wives. Although it is the Saudi practice to award such punishments to those violating the laws of the land, in the 21st century these acts are looked upon with a degree of contempt at a time when vast majority of the countries have banished capital punishment. Last year as many as 69 people were beheaded in the Kingdom according to the US – based Human Rights Watch and no detailed information is available on the legal aid or help provided to the victims, barring the case of Sri Lankan maid Rizana Nafeek who was put down in her 20s and that too when Colombo appealed to Riyadh for mercy. Of the many Pakistanis who have been meted out s ...
The Sri Lankan Government headed by President Mahinda Rajapaksa is engaged in enacting a number of positive measures to honour the memory of Rizana Nafeek and to help uplift her poverty stricken family. President Mahinda Rajapaksa meets parents of Rizana Nafeek at The Temple Trees, Jan 22, 2013 The pathetic plight of Rizana Nafeek who went from Moothoor in Eastern Sri Lanka to Saudi Arabia in April 2005 at the age of 17 to work as a housemaid *** nanny and was unjustly executed there has aroused widespread grief and resentment among Muslims in particular and Sri Lankans in general. Rizana was accused of murdering a four month old male infant while bottlefeeding it milk and was beheaded on January 9th 2013 after protracted legal proceedings based on a forcibly extracted confession through torture. Even though the President and other Govt ministers and officials tried to obtain a pardon for Rizana in recent times these attempts came too late to save her. There is rising dissatisfaction among Sri Lankans in ...
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Mother of Sri Lankan worker beheaded in Saudi Arabia for killing baby forgives family for insisting on death penalty
Saudi Arabia beheads a Sri Lankan domestic worker for killing a baby in her care in 2005 in a case that is widely condemned by rights groups.
THE BRUTAL AND BARBARIC JUSTICE SYSTEM of SAUDI ARABIA Sri Lankan Mother of a Beheaded Girl,Saiyadu Farina, REFUSED to Accept Any Money from the Saudis or Saudi Government. mother of a Sri Lankan maid beheaded in Saudi Arabia for murder has rejected offers of cash from SAUDI WELL-WISHERS following an outcry over the execution. "I will not accept any gifts from the Saudis or the Saudi Government which murdered my daughter," Rizana Nafeek's mother, Saiyadu Farina, told the Lankadeepa newspaper according to an excerpt of an interview on its website Friday. Sri Lankan newspapers say she has received cash offers exceeding two million rupees (US$45,600) following the execution which was carried out on January 9 in the Saudi capital Riyadh DESPITE REPEATED APPEALS FOR CLEMENCY. The impoverished family lives in a make-shift home in the eastern village of Muttur. Nafeek had falsified her age and gone to Saudi Arabia as a maid to earn money to build a proper house for her family An advisor to the Saudi royal fami . ...
The beheading of a Sri Lankan domestic worker in Saudi Arabia for a crime she allegedly committed while still a child shows once more that the Gulf...
Press Release January 18, 2013   For reference: Rey Asis, program coordinator Contact no. 95889491   Migrants, HR advocates protest KSA consulate for Nafeek’s “unjust and barbaric” execution   Justice for Rizana Nafeek!   This was the message brought forth by around 30 protesters at the consulate general of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia today as the Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants and International Migrants’ Alliance Hong Kong and Macau chapter led a picket action condemning the execution of Rizana Nafeek.   Rizana Nafeek was a Sri Lankan domestic worker sentenced to death by beheading by the KSA government after being found guilty of killing her 4-month old ward in 2005. During the time of the investigation and hearing of the case, she did not have full access to complete translation and even to a legal counsel. The body of the baby was not even autopsied during the investigation.   She was also found out to be only 17-years old during that time.   “What the KSA government did to Rizana ...
Rizana Nafeek a Sri Lankan national from Muttur was beheaded according to Saudi Arabian law on 9 January 2013 having been found guilty of killing a 4 month baby while serving as a domestic in Saudi Arabia in 2005. The appeals for her release were many – from both local and international. Yet, it is...
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Saudi Arabia defended its execution of a Sri Lankan maid Sunday and hit back at criticism of the beheading.
A Sri Lankan woman who was employed as a domestic worker in Saudi Arabia was beheaded by the Saudi authorities after she was accused of murdering an infant in her charge and then sentenced to death.
" A Maids Execution In Saudia Arabia" in this week's New Yorker is a horrible reminder of just how barbaric Saudi Arabia remains in the 21st century. It is a story of a 17 year old Sri Lankan maid who was beheaded because a child in her care died. Why is America allied with this barbaric country?!!
I'm siding with the Sauds here. Saudi Arabia beheads young Sri Lankan maid, despite international campaign for clemency
Saudi Arabia has beheaded a young Sri Lankan housemaid despite years of appeals for clemency from her home country and widespread international condemnation. The woman was sentenced to death for the 2005 killing of an infant entrusted to her care.
JEDDAH, Jan 10 — Saudi Arabia beheaded a young Sri Lankan housemaid yesterday after rejecting appeals by her home country against her death sentence for the killing of an infant left in her care…
Sri Lankan immigrant maid sentenced to be beheaded in Saudi Arabia. A baby in her care choked to death & Rizana was accused of murder. Rizana was 17...
A Sri Lankan youth employed as a domestic aid has been arrested in Saudi Arabia for praying to a statue of Lord Buddha, which is considered
Once there was a boy who loved a girl, they are Sri Lankan's but they lived in Saudi Arabia with their family. Their Dads worked together so they were family friends too. They come to Sri Lanka when they get vacation but both families come together! But once only that Boy's family had come to Sri Lanka for a wedding. Now this boy had fallen sick, his parents took him to a check-up and he also was admitted in the hospital but even then he didn't get cured. Then his parents know what was the reason for his sickness then after the wedding they went back to Saudi Arabia, after that he became alright itsims and the same thing had happened to that girl too. Love Sick is the most dangerous sickness found on this universe! Be aware of it but it is known as the Pain of love, which makes your love realize faster...
Sri Lankan arrested for idol worship in Saudi Arabia : South Asia : Buddhist News : Buddhistdoor
Sharia in Saudi Arabia: Sri Lankan arrested for praying to Buddha, could be beheaded is Islam.
Govt. could help Lankan jailed in Saudi once charges are framed: SLFEB Government would consider legal assistance to Sri Lankan migrant employee G.G. Thungasiri once charges are framed against him, a Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau official told the Sunday Times.Deputy General Manager D.D.P. Senanayake said the Saudi authorities were investigating the matter and charges had not been framed as yet. He said legal assistance would be extended in consultation with the Sri Lanka Mission in Saudi Arabia and the matter also needed to be handled diplomatically.He said if Mr. Thungasiri, a former airman, was arrested for selling a talisman, he could either face deportation or a simple imprisonment. But it would not be capital punishment. Mr. Senanayake said Sri Lanka’s mission officials had met Mr. Thungasiri in prison and recorded a statement. He had told them that he sold a talisman to a Saudi woman for 2000 riyals, at a supermarket, where he was arrested by the Saudi religious police. Mr. Thungasiri’s w ...
Sri Lankan youth faces beheading in Saudi Arabia for worshipping statue of Buddha -
Sri Lankan woman is facing decapitation from sword by unshakable US oil ally Saudi Arabia
Sri Lankan woman faces being beheaded in Saudi Arabia for 'witchcraft', which means she is non-muslim & must die.
JEDDAH (Reuters) - A Sri Lankan woman has been arrested on suspicion of casting a spell on a 13-year-old girl during a Saudi family's shopping trip, a police spokesman said on Wednesday, and may face death
A Sri Lankan woman is currently facing decapitation by sword on a witchcraft charge in Saudi Arabia, in accordance with Wahhabism, a strict form of Sunni Islam. The UN reports executions tripled in the kingdom in 2011.
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