First of all I would like to express my deep
thanks and appreciation of the work that you are doing. By the way, I come from
the Middle East and have lived in the Gulf until the age of 15.
Everywhere around the world, I may have heard of children suffering because of
famines as it is the case in Darfur - Sudan, children being killed and massacred
as it is the case in Palestine and Iraq, but certainly was very shocked having
heard all these deplorable stories about children trafficking in the sheikhdom
At one stage, I thought that UAE is a liberal country in the bedouin dominated
Arabian peninsula unlike Kuwait which I have lived in and Saudi Arabia. But it
seems to me now that all these countries are slices of the same cake. I just
cannot believe how innocent children can be used for the sake of amusing all
those idiotic and vagrant men who bearly know how to write their names!!
Anyway, what I wanted to say is that all you guys from Southeast and central
Asia (having made so many friends from that part of the world) will need to
reconsider your stance as far as those idiots are concerned.
As an Arab coming from the East Mediterranean (Levantine) region, me and my
family have been subjected to discrimination by those people. They classify us
as less standard than they are (the hell with them and their stupid oil!!) They
regard you guys as less than nothing!!
They simply do not want to spend time understanding that this part of the world
has produced so many big names in Technology and Science and one country (India)
has enough capabilities to become a superpower.
Therefore I recommend that enough awareness should be made in asia regarding
this matter and the governments in your countries should start combating those
gangs of trafficking these poor children. I think that the International
community and UNICEF should be made aware as well. I, just as you are you guys
want to see those idiots NAILED!
Thanks for your time and I am more than willing to provide you with any help you
may need in your mission.
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