Der saudi-arabische Staat plant die Ermordung von 26 indonesischen MigrantInnen
Posted by entdinglichung - 17. Oktober 2011
Quelle der nachfolgend dokumentierten Meldung: BERNAMA
Some 26 Indonesian Workers Facing Saudi Executions
JAKARTA, Oct 13 (Bernama) — Some 26 Indonesian workers in Saudi Arabia are facing execution, Vice Chairman of Indonesian Migrant Workers Union (SBMI) Ramses D Arman, said here on Thursday.
„Some 26 of a total of 44 Indonesian workers involved in criminal cases in Saudi Arabia have been sentenced to death and are waiting to be executed,“ Antara news agency reported him as saying.
He said that the government must act fast to save the 26 citizens.
„President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono must directly handle this matter and try to lobby the Saudi Arabian government to prevent our citizens from being executed,“ Ramses said.
One of the 26 Indonesian workers now waiting to be executed in Saudi Arabia is Tuti Tursilawati (27 years old) from Cikeusik village, West Java. She left for Saudi Arabia on Sept 5, 2009 and was placed as a caregiver for her employer’s father.
She was arrested and sentenced to death in 2010 for murdering her employer’s father. There was no information about her motive, but according to Ramses, Tuti was raped by her employer’s father before she killed him.
Up till now, officials from the Indonesian consulate general in Jeddah were still trying to save Tuti from execution by lobbying the victim`s family to forgive her.