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Slaves of Dubai

August 14, 2019

SHANE SMITH: Last time we
talked to you, Mr. Ben Anderson, you had just come back
from doing a documentary on Afghanistan, following the
British troops there. And it was a bit of a cock-up. BEN ANDERSON: Yeah. SHANE SMITH: And now you just
got back from Dubai. BEN ANDERSON: Yep. SHANE SMITH: Now most people
know about Dubai because they’re trying to be the
hub of the Middle East. And you went and found
out some stuff about? BEN ANDERSON: The guys actually
building the big, shiny skyscrapers and the
world’s biggest mall and the world’s biggest aquarium
and all that stuff. The guys who are being paid
almost nothing to build it. SHANE SMITH: So they’re
being built by slaves. BEN ANDERSON: That’s not
an exaggeration. Yeah. SHANE SMITH: Really. BEN ANDERSON: Once they find
themselves out there, and they realize how much they’re getting
paid or how much they’re not getting paid,
they’re indebted by the time they arrive there. So it is bonded labor. We focused on the Bangladeshi
workers. The local agents approach
them in their villages. Say, you’ve heard about
Dubai, you’ve heard how amazing it is. I can get you a job out there
where you get paid 300 pounds a month. Which to them is an
amazing salary. Pay me 2,000 pounds, 200,000
taka, local money, I’ll get you out there. It’ll take you six months,
a year, to pay off the 2,000 pounds. Then you’ll start sending
loads of money home. And before you know it, you’ll
be buying your family a shop or a farm or whatever it is. As soon as they land, their
passports are taken away. They also then find out they’re
getting paid between 120 and 160 pounds a month. And this is for six days a
week, 12 hours a day, and living eight men to a room and
in what we saw were absolutely squalid conditions. The dream of escaping the dreary
British winters and joining the celebs in the sun
is one many Brits share. So I pretended to be one of them
and signed up for a First Group tour that they promised
would show me a side of Dubai which simply can’t be revealed
from a web site or newspaper article. The First Group sales team are
adamant the workers building their project were
treated well. SHANE SMITH: This is what I
found interesting about this is, this is a common perception,
even when I was there in Dubai, is that,
oh, it’s good for them. BEN ANDERSON: Yeah. Looks bad to us, but– SHANE SMITH: Yeah, it looks
bad to us but, yeah, it’s good for them. BEN ANDERSON: We can’t
get onsite to interview the workers. We’re going to wait until they
knock off, follow them back to their labor camp and see what
conditions are like on this, which is one of the most
high-profile projects in the whole of Dubai. This is pretty much how we
worked for over a period of three months out there. Sneak in or speak to them before
they went into the labor camp. Because there’s a camp boss at
every single gate, stopping people going in. SHANE SMITH: You’re not allowed
to talk to them? BEN ANDERSON: No, no, no, no. So we would try and grab them
before they went in and say– SHANE SMITH: What would happen
if you got caught? BEN ANDERSON: Well, journalists
in the past have been imprisoned and been slapped
with massive, massive fines out there. First impressions are, if you
didn’t know it was a place where workers lived, you’d think
it was a place where machinery was stored. No street lights, can even
smels the sewage. Just sheets of corrugated iron
protecting rows of huts. It looks like a shanty town. So how many? There’s two, four, six eight,
eight people in this room? WORKER 1: Nine. BEN ANDERSON: Nine people. But before we could interview
the workers, the camp boss turned up. There was fear among the unit
workers about speaking to us. They felt they could be sacked
and sent home if they were discovered speaking out. That shot is basically my
vision of Dubai now. All the glittering skyscrapers
on the horizon, and you’re in this sort of black hole
a few miles away. Which is where these
guys live. SHANE SMITH: So what are
we going to see now? BEN ANDERSON: We met an Indian
agent who’s been sending workers to Dubai for years,
making a lot of money. And they complained to her a
lot, and she just put it down to them whinging. But these guys were particularly
persistent, so she thought she’d investigate. When she finally found these
guys– it took her two months to find these guys– it made
her so angry that she’s now the first– as far as I know– first agent to speak out about
this, and speak out with us. As we drove into it, she said,
that building over there, that’s it. You wouldn’t even keep cattle
in that building. The story of the migrant
workers is the dark side of Dubai. The side which the annual 1.1
million British visitors to this country never see. ALMASS PARDIWALA: We’ll see
the living conditions are really, really appalling. Almost inhuman conditions
they’re been living out here. This is their very, very, very
basic toilet facilities available to them. BEN ANDERSON: That’s
the toilet. Two toilets and one shower
unit for 45 people. ALMASS PARDIWALA: 45 people. Right now, I seriously wish the
world would wake up and look beyond the glitter
to the actual darkness which is there behind. I seriously don’t think there
is a lot of moral consciousness amongst the
employers over here. And I would not say just
one of the companies. Most of the companies have
absolutely no regard for the human life or the human
element of this job. That doesn’t [INAUDIBLE]. Absolutely no regard. No. BEN ANDERSON: You see they’re
building a fire there. There is a hob in the building,
but there’s no gas. They company doesn’t supply
them with gas. So they just build themselves
a fire out in the back yard. And that’s how they cook
for all 45 men. SHANE SMITH: So they don’t have
water, they don’t have cooking facilities? BEN ANDERSON: No. No. They’re completely
independent. Whatever they get, they scrape
together themselves. We spoke to guys who said,
all month, they eat bread, rice, potatoes. That’s all they eat. I said, what about
meat or fish? Don’t you eat ever
meat or fish? They said, two or three
times a month they can eat meat or fish. And we went into one kitchen,
and we saw the guys cooking their luxury portion of
fish for the month. And it was like four guppies. I mean, four fish
like this big. That was all it was. They’re easy prey for
recruitment agents in their home countries, who charge them
huge fees just for the privilege of working in Dubai. On average, they pay around
2,000 pounds, a sum of money so high that they have to
take out loans or sell family land to pay it. There are an estimated three
million of these workers in the United Arab Emirates. So if they’re paying 2,000
pounds each, that’s some serious money. SHANE SMITH: What’s that for? BEN ANDERSON: It’s called
a visa fee. And it’s supposed to cover
the visa and the flight. Which, of course, is much
less than 2,000 pounds. But that’s what it’s called,
the visa fee. It’s actually the fee for the
agent to arrange the privilege of being able to go and
work in this paradise. SHANE SMITH: And is there
actually a visa fee that they have to pay the government? BEN ANDERSON: It’s illegal
for the company or its representatives to charge
the workers for the visa or the transport. NICK MCGEEHAN: There
would be a contract signed in the host state. And he would then be
flown to Dubai. On arrival in Dubai,
that contract would effectively be ripped up. He would be paid sometimes
half of what the intended salary was. And his passport would
also be confiscated. BEN ANDERSON: This Scottish
guy is very interesting. Almass, the Indian agent, was so
outraged by what she found when she found these workers,
that she wrote to everybody she could think of. I mean, obviously everyone in
the Dubai government, but Amnesty International, Human
Rights– everybody. Nobody replied. He’s the only person
that replied. He used to work for an oil
company in Abu Dhabi and was so outraged by what he saw being
done to the workers, that he’s now set up an
NGO called Mafiwasta. And he was the only one that
replied to Almass. SHANE SMITH: Wow. So nobody cares. BEN ANDERSON: No. SHANE SMITH: So they’re the
forgotten slaves of Dubai. BEN ANDERSON: Yeah, yeah. Well, they’re largely not known
in the first place. These men were shunted from camp
to camp, before ending up here, either jobless or forced
to serve out their contracts. The families they left
behind do not receive any money from them. There is no get-out clause. Even if their passports were
returned to them, they couldn’t afford to go home. They’re trapped. ALMASS PARDIWALA: Basically,
yes, you can say they are in kind of a bondage to the company
for the span of the contract that they are here. BEN ANDERSON: Isn’t
holding passports supposed to be illegal? ALMASS PARDIWALA: Illegal? Yes. There are a lot of things
which are supposed to be illegal, but they still
happen here. And it’s very regular. BEN ANDERSON: That happens
very often. There are some laws in place. For example, there was a law
introduced recently where, if the temperature goes above 50
degrees, I think it is, the workers are supposed to
down tools and rest until it gets cooler. As a result, the temperature
never went above 50 degrees. SHANE SMITH: How can
it not go above– BEN ANDERSON: Well, officially
it never went above 50 degrees. I mean, it did go above
50 degrees. But according to official
records, it never went above 50 degrees. So the workers never
stopped working. WORKER 1: [SPEAKIING BENGALI] TRANSLATOR: There is
nothing for me. I’ve borrowed from other
people to buy food. It’s been five months, and he
has not paid me at all. I have begged for good
or remained hungry. Somehow or other,
I’m surviving. My wife and children tell
me to send some money or come back. Where will I go? [CRYING] BEN ANDERSON: It took an hour
for the workers to travel back to their camp. They wanted to speak out but
didn’t dare reveal their identities. Like every other worker we spoke
to in Dubai, they were in debt and claimed they were
not being paid the money they were promised by their
recruiting agents. So I grabbed a hard hat and
snuck into the camp with a secret camera. SHANE SMITH: Did you have to
shoot a lot on hidden camera? BEN ANDERSON: Yeah. I mean, a lot of the interviews,
all of the footage inside the camps were
on a hidden camera. SHANE SMITH: Because
if you get caught, you can get in trouble. BEN ANDERSON: And allegedly, the
government have got paid informants all over the place. In hotels, taxis, everywhere. So yeah, you’ve got to be really
careful out there. So basically the big sort of
main thoroughfare that separates the accommodation from
the toilets is just all deep, thick mud and,
they say, urine and shit from the toilets. Actually, the areas around the
toilets are the wettest, muddiest, and smelliest
areas, so [INAUDIBLE] telling the truth. There were so many rivers of
sewage blocking so many of the walkways that workers had
actually set up a network of stepping stones to get back
to their accommodation. SHANE SMITH: So it
must have reeked. BEN ANDERSON: Yeah. Horrible. They said to me, this
is all raw sewage. And I didn’t know whether they
were telling the truth or not. As soon as you get close
to it, it hits you. SHANE SMITH: So their toilets
are just going out onto the streets? BEN ANDERSON: Yeah. The areas between the toilet
blocks were the most disgusting. There was no doubt that this
is where the problem was coming from. I wonder if the water works? They can’t flush it away after
they’ve used the toilet. I tried to check every
single tap. A lot of them, there
was no tap to turn. A lot of them, you turn it
and no water comes out. So yeah, they can’t flush it
away, and it just sits there. I got to, I admit, the fourth
or fifth toilet, and I just started retching because I
couldn’t take it anymore. [SOUND OF RETCHING] SHANE SMITH: And you’re
not a squeamish guy. You’ve been to Afghanistan,
you’ve been to the Congo, you’ve been to all the
bad places on Earth. BEN ANDERSON: I worked as an
undertaker with dead bodies. SHANE SMITH: You worked
as an undertaker. So this has got to
be pretty bad. BEN ANDERSON: And the workers
I spoke to that night said, this is good, compared
to how it has been. In a statement, the company
blamed the workers, saying their “standards of cleanliness
and hygiene are not up to your or
our standards. It is very difficult to change
the habits that they unfortunately bring with them
from their countries of origin.” Panorama has obtained documents
which reveal it’s more likely to be Arabtec’s own
cleaning regime which is the problem. A day before I’d filmed in the
camp toilets in January, the Dubai authorities warned Arabtec
about insufficient cleaning of toilets. SHANE SMITH: So the government
knows about it. What are they doing about it? BEN ANDERSON: We were quite
impressed that the government had been there and said the
situation was critical. But they fined them
2,000 pounds. SHANE SMITH: And they hadn’t
done anything? BEN ANDERSON: No. It was still awful
a month later. And we’ve put these allegations
to the company, and they basically say it’s
the workers fault. Trade unions and collective
bargaining are illegal in Dubai. With the companies themselves
now suffering because of the international financial crisis,
the consequences of complaining are worse
than ever before. WORKER 1: [SPEAKING BENGALI] TRANSLATOR: They’re telling,
now that you have come, you stay and work. If we find any mistakes in
your work, then finish. Back to Bangladesh. We will no longer keep you. If you work well, if the
company prospers in the future, we will see what can
be arranged for you. BEN ANDERSON: Do you think
there’s a chance things could improve for you here? WORKER 1: [SPEAKING BENGALI] TRANSLATOR: We have no
hope for the future. We are helpless. SHANE SMITH: So you’ve got three
million workers that are brought over. Their passports are
taken away. They’re not getting paid the
money that they should. In fact, they don’t have enough
money really, to eat. They have squalid conditions,
raw sewage. You just came back from there. How do you feel coming back
from the City of Lights? BEN ANDERSON: The reality of
Dubai is the complete opposite to what you see on television
and in magazines. In fact, I asked the Indian
agent, I said, what do you think of now when you see all
these glossy pictures and videos from Dubai? She said, now I just
see skeletons.


  • Reply Edward Lomaseng July 13, 2019 at 9:07 pm

    Dubai is pos ppl on earth Allah cock sucker. W/o oil n slaveries ur country just like hell nice n hot bc u too dumb n ignorant ppl. Muslims f Muslims

  • Reply Terrell King July 15, 2019 at 7:05 am

    Dubai near Buffalo New York Right? Luv yalllll great subs❤👳‍♂️

  • Reply Eurt Ekow July 15, 2019 at 8:57 am

    Most evil people all them even the children

  • Reply Alice Wilde July 15, 2019 at 2:29 pm

    the western ex-pats living luxury lifestyles there need to wake up

  • Reply ana rolla July 15, 2019 at 8:59 pm

    mohamed bin rashid, ruler of dubai, noy only enslave poor indian labour but is also a monster who raped his daughter Latifa. and captivated her in a cage st the palace.

    he also killed his son Rashed.

    his dad Rashed had killed one of his cousins and burnt their eyes with hot swords and it was el-wheela day. youm el-weheela.

    mohammed bin zayed also raped a morroccan singet Aziza Jala

    need to know more of enslaving people, killing, robbing. raping, incest and male sex, look at their scandalz

    Al-Nahyan scandals in Europe

    starting from Falah bin Zayed gay sexual assault in Switzerland

    to George Nader, worked with Mohammed bin Zayed, gound guilty in USA for seizing children secual tapes.

    they are all gross, dusgusting and killers

  • Reply ana rolla July 15, 2019 at 9:02 pm

    this is how ruler of dubai, bought or kidnapped (3,4,5) years olf children from (india& banghladish)- as human tragicking gor cammel races!!! the kids lived in camps with their trainers whom beaten them, some of the kids were raped by the trainers

  • Reply ana rolla July 15, 2019 at 9:05 pm

    the reason also why Princess Haya ran away had a relation to what she had found out about ruler of dubsi, after his daughter latifa story.

  • Reply ana rolla July 15, 2019 at 9:07 pm

    also ruler of dubai, has many children from many martiages nevet recognised but 3 marriages. others not

    had also used numbers to identify his daughters

  • Reply ana rolla July 15, 2019 at 9:10 pm

    you can, only who speak Arabic, learn more about Emirat atrocities, by watching dr.Osam Fawzi channel: ArabTimes

    he is a jordanian journalist and worked as a teacher in Emiraye during tbe 70's till the middle 80's

    knows so many of the ruling family secrets a.d crimes

    he moved to the USA in the middle 80's

    they tried to kill him more than once but were stopped by the police

  • Reply Morrison Teague July 16, 2019 at 11:55 pm

    These filthy Arabs are disgusting. They treat their own people like that also. I never trust an Arab.

  • Reply Stand with ISOF July 17, 2019 at 9:58 am

    Say fuck to Muslim countries.

  • Reply Vøltž 08 July 18, 2019 at 10:01 am

    don’t be fooled..ive worked in dubai…this is true and all those beautiful building u see and others in construction are built on debts..u dont see it in the news as it is a crime to talk bad about the govt but dubai is neck deep in debts

  • Reply David Carroll July 18, 2019 at 3:08 pm

    God will judge them. Rest assured they are heaping the wrath of God on their heads.
    How do these people justify their actions. They have no compassion at all.
    I urge anyone thinking of buying into anything made in this way to boycott it entirely till these hardworking men and women are paid what they are promised x

  • Reply paul christopher July 19, 2019 at 4:06 am

    this is very true. living there, i can say only about 40% are middle class, 5% rich, and the rest just poverty stricken and crazy poor. like, 10 people per 'room' (meant for 1) all sleeping on the ground kind of poor.

  • Reply The dumb ass who speaks the truth July 19, 2019 at 1:24 pm

    Can't wait for there oil to finish up

  • Reply arshi July 19, 2019 at 3:48 pm

    I lived in the UAE for 5 years, and let me tell you that all of this is true. The thing is without all these foreign labourers that come from South Asia and South-East Asia, this country would not function. Yet the Arab people living there see us as slaves and not worthy of living there when we are the ones making the country work. There is a huge system of class there. First the Emiratis, than the white people (you won't believe how many white people are there, they get treated like gods), than the people who come from the other arab countries (sudan, north africa, jordan, syria, palestine), than the black people, and finally the South Asians and South East Asians from the Philippines and Indonesia mostly. Never will you see an Emirati person doing a common job. It is all foreigners. The shopkeepers, the cleaners, even most of the doctors are foreigners. So happy I am not in that goddamn shithole country anymore. The amount of racism I faced… just please don't go there. It is a huge corrupt system.

  • Reply NK KHAN July 20, 2019 at 3:03 pm

    When that guy start crying……i also cried lets pray to all these people

  • Reply sweet Jesus July 20, 2019 at 6:59 pm

    I don't trust any Islamic country ☹️

  • Reply M3 M3buq July 20, 2019 at 11:45 pm

    As a Muslim (and thank god I’m from Iraq) I’m ashamed of those people. The majority of the Muslims are ashamed of those people of the golf states. I really hope that all off there oil runs out!

  • Reply Tatrice Flowers July 21, 2019 at 6:28 am

    European pale skinned recessive savage beast enslaving their own so who cares?

  • Reply Indrick Borealum July 21, 2019 at 6:39 am

    The past is the past, guys, calm down.

  • Reply Michael Januszewski July 21, 2019 at 7:54 am

    Dubai is going to be underwater in 15 years

  • Reply Edward Muimi July 22, 2019 at 12:09 am

    All gulf countries not only dubai

  • Reply Adsy Gee July 22, 2019 at 12:12 am

    I went in 2005 when things were hust starting to be built a d i always saw these indian men across the road who worked very hard. I feel sick now knowing they were slaves.

  • Reply Syed Asim Ali July 22, 2019 at 1:58 pm

    Come to KSA you will kill your self. KFSH Project labours killed themselves coz of no payments. Engineers are not getting paid 5 to 6 months.

  • Reply Jamal Shah July 22, 2019 at 7:17 pm

    I observed dubai since 2010 the worst place in the world.where you can find the the violation of.humanbeing in living salaries food. It is real here that it suck the blood. I know many people they are away from their families from 5 to 10 years especially Bangladesh india pakistan. The hiring agents in these countries are trappe for human being.

  • Reply 雨夜 July 22, 2019 at 10:43 pm

    Bro That's GAY !

  • Reply Lee Pink July 22, 2019 at 10:55 pm

    …the Middle East. 💁🏾‍♀️

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  • Reply shawn dpenha July 23, 2019 at 12:48 pm

    I've been inside those "accommodations" for insurance reasons, years ago and they were terrible. And yes, the consensus among higher ups is that the workers are used to this sort of substandard conditions and they make far more than they would for enduing the same back home.

  • Reply Justin Heretotroll July 23, 2019 at 3:56 pm

    7:14 um red flag.

  • Reply Jotar0 July 23, 2019 at 6:42 pm

    um no, vice this is the first bad comment about u guys, i have a indian/pakistani friend in this video heared u saying ''indians and pakistani's'' their not slaves they can apply for any job they want, if they dont find a job they will get a job, these people that are in the desert are farmers actual farmers, its not a thing in america in uae, u can apply for a farmer job like u can apply for farming job, 6:23 told you its a job.

  • Reply Jotar0 July 23, 2019 at 6:44 pm

    indian people, has these exact houses in their home countries, check ur facts.

  • Reply Jotar0 July 23, 2019 at 6:44 pm

    6:23 told you its a job

  • Reply afgzee July 23, 2019 at 9:58 pm

    How very sad

  • Reply William Schutz July 24, 2019 at 9:24 am

    Not much of a difference than America. In America you are a slave to your job to pay back credit cards, rent or mortgage, utilities and so on. We have homeless and very, very poor people here also. But since it's America the supposed best place in the world, no one. dares to criticize it.

  • Reply paul j July 24, 2019 at 12:30 pm

    Do a bit of research on the seawall failure at the drydock in the shipyard there ( a few years ago). Hundreds died, no reports………..

  • Reply Aurelien Keutsa July 24, 2019 at 7:13 pm

    Regarde Dubaï mes Frères ne venait plut dans ce pays ce pays c'est un pays de merde un pays où un passeport faire 3 visa du genre vue et après on dit que tu peux pas rentrer dans mon pays

  • Reply Sluaghter your Duaghter July 25, 2019 at 2:55 am

    Guys please be respectful you can’t judge a whole country for the mess others are making every country has its goods and it’s bads, I feel horrible for these poor people but jeez you can’t blame every single Arab for this

  • Reply Keith Whitlock July 25, 2019 at 3:53 am

    No love for the kaffir.

  • Reply Keith Whitlock July 25, 2019 at 3:59 am

    If not for oil and gas, the Middle East would be a complete dust bowl. They produce nothing.

  • Reply Akli July 25, 2019 at 10:16 am

    Dubai is a heaven only for richers….but hell for poors..

  • Reply Lynnae Hardy July 25, 2019 at 10:43 am

    Father, God, Please help these people. In Jesus's Name, Amen.

  • Reply AstronomyToday July 25, 2019 at 3:16 pm

    those guys need to bring a little american felony action to that place; need some money? Commit some crimes and rob them rich arab fucks, waste them in the streets.

  • Reply Neisan Land July 25, 2019 at 4:01 pm

    behind every glitter you'll see darkness.

  • Reply Chris. Wasswa July 26, 2019 at 12:27 pm

    Job well done BBC

  • Reply Lorraine July 26, 2019 at 11:30 pm

    Arabs are well aware of this…when I see white guys were the "Emirates" shirts …I get mad.

  • Reply I rock Your world July 26, 2019 at 11:54 pm

    Very sad

  • Reply I rock Your world July 26, 2019 at 11:54 pm

    India and Pakistan governments should act why are they not doing anything that very wrong

  • Reply hameed samsor July 27, 2019 at 8:06 am

    Fuck the Arab people's they are animals they foolishly people's fuck their countries they are full cruelly with humans they don't know human right and not respect for humans fuck them I passed long time in UAE it's hill country please I am saying for all the world don't come here it's stupid people's with stupid culture never respect humans

  • Reply KnowMe July 27, 2019 at 5:22 pm

    This is why those big beautiful buildings will be nothing but dust very soon!!

  • Reply BIG CHIVO July 28, 2019 at 12:13 am

    Lmfao the dude crying

  • Reply Hakan aus Emden July 28, 2019 at 12:57 am

    The most hypocrite city in the world.

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  • Reply Herson Lamolli July 28, 2019 at 2:39 am

    World help these worker, they must live for their family. Help please!!!!

  • Reply Kevin the 'Center Venter' July 28, 2019 at 4:20 am

    WHAT DO WE DO????

  • Reply German sytch July 28, 2019 at 10:22 am

    Can I buy one ??? I'll pay 10 cents max

  • Reply sajib sjb July 29, 2019 at 1:56 am

    Motherfucking Arabs and white bitches….. And Bangladesh, my poor little Bangladesh….

  • Reply Barack Obama July 29, 2019 at 2:43 pm

    Ragheads bruh

  • Reply MinicatPlays July 30, 2019 at 11:51 am

    smh that bullshit
    emirates wanna be making their place perfect smh but the way they treat their people is awful

  • Reply JamesTavRule July 30, 2019 at 8:03 pm

    Yet they're all wearing Adidas and Ralph Lauren designer clothing lmao

  • Reply Maisen Ollis July 31, 2019 at 4:44 am

    I didnt even do nothin wrong but when i heard an seen that man cry just WOW ive felt like killin myself b4 but seein this they wish for death to escape daily an r not allowed to see there families again just sickenin

  • Reply Nejun14 Nejun_14 July 31, 2019 at 4:53 am

    Dubai u wouldn’t think there would be poor ppl there at all.

  • Reply Orange Music And Gaming July 31, 2019 at 12:48 pm

    Vice is back💕💕💕

  • Reply 本刀にهُنْطُ نِクスノギ کُسُنُگِ July 31, 2019 at 3:15 pm

    the women are luckier cuz most of em are domestic workers

  • Reply Anees Shirazi August 1, 2019 at 4:56 am

    Soo true condition is getting even worst and worst

  • Reply Yori Yasuhiro August 1, 2019 at 5:36 am

    Don't worry my dear brothers and sisters, my prophet Muhammad (S.W.L) has warn us that large group of people in Middle East will be swallowed by the earth. Sooner or later it will come.

  • Reply randy lahey August 1, 2019 at 8:41 am

    Rememeber everyone only white people can be evil

  • Reply Nitin Kumar August 1, 2019 at 10:18 am

    Boycott Dubai from your travel destination.

  • Reply sufyan ahmed August 1, 2019 at 12:16 pm

    May Allah Punish All these unjust assholes of !

  • Reply Courteney Campbell August 1, 2019 at 12:29 pm

    So Dubai is a bunch of illegal crap basically, and they don’t give a shit

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  • Reply datadaemon August 1, 2019 at 6:59 pm

    They're worried about getting sent back home for speaking out? That is an awful predicament.

  • Reply Atti Saf August 2, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    A friend of mine worked there as a construction engineer for one year and left for good after. I remember his stories of how the site managers used to force the workers to continue working just minutes after every deadly accident. Then the police comes record the incident, fine the construction company and leave……. Workers' lives worth nothing there. Disgusting society and disgusting tourists who support this madness by visiting this shit hole.

  • Reply Anas Ibrahim August 3, 2019 at 2:43 pm

    Indians are one of the most racist people on earth. Just google how they treat Dalits in India.
    Arab should control their lands with the sword, if necessary.

  • Reply milsimalain August 4, 2019 at 2:32 pm

    we should nuke test this place

  • Reply Unbreakable I am Johanna Sanchez August 4, 2019 at 9:58 pm

    Sad I hope this can get fix

  • Reply Space Rain August 6, 2019 at 3:02 am

    Arabs are pieces of shit

  • Reply Tokunbo Muraina August 6, 2019 at 3:27 pm

    Wow they are going to hell Allah will not like this at all 😭😭😭😭😭 😥

  • Reply ayy lmao August 6, 2019 at 5:10 pm

    UN sleeping zzzz like always

  • Reply Andrew Ayad August 7, 2019 at 1:04 am

    This country is still great for people who have a good education and have good paying jobs. I lived in UAE and would go back there any day to work in my field

  • Reply Andrew Ayad August 7, 2019 at 1:05 am

    People who are living the life described in the video are mostly uneducated and they come from very poor countries

  • Reply Justina Okede August 10, 2019 at 6:34 am

    If UAE is so Evil why do millions of immigrants from ALL over the globe live/want to live there? why don't they stay in their lovely developed countries and enjoy their '' real skyscrapers " ??
    Funny how people hate UAE so much yet will not go back to their beloved countries.

  • Reply Vizenzo187 August 10, 2019 at 8:41 pm

    Dubai is a scary shit hole to be in, full of greedy capitalistic arsholes who don't give a fuck about anyone but themselves hiding behind their religion, hypocritical bastards!

  • Reply Michael Björk August 11, 2019 at 8:21 am

    Made with Blood. Everything. I will never set my foot there.

  • Reply Wolfie August 12, 2019 at 1:56 am

    These gulf arabs treat Asian muslims like shit and the guillable asian muslim call them "muslim brothers".. they don't realize that they are following an arab centric religion that is not natural to them. Some great nations of subcontinent have now become muslim and ruined themself for this arab centric religion

  • Reply Wolfie August 12, 2019 at 2:05 am

    Pakistan should send their army their and spank these arabs. Their heads are too high in the sky, just years ago these arabs were beggers and now they need to be reminded their reality

  • Reply didthelel - August 12, 2019 at 6:27 pm

    I knew they had like slaves but not in this super harsh conditions

  • Reply didthelel - August 12, 2019 at 6:29 pm

    The crying guy got me

  • Reply Eroy Kyler August 13, 2019 at 3:22 am

    3 million ppl? And they're all just taking that shit?

  • Reply Simone Bell August 13, 2019 at 9:05 pm


  • Reply jeff lynch August 14, 2019 at 6:10 pm

    ita sad…but the 1 million ppl going to dubai dont give 2 fucks for anyone but thereselves

  • Reply Jihad against normies N Furries August 14, 2019 at 6:23 pm

    2019 is still the same

  • Reply Jihad against normies N Furries August 14, 2019 at 6:33 pm

    You think white people are racist
    You never meet arabs

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