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[Sign This Petition To Help Ethiopians Against Attacks In Saudi Arabia]

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Stop violence against Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia

Petition By Zekarais Bekele

To be delivered to: Greg Wangerin, UNHCR- Executive Director, Charles DeSantis, UNHCR- Board of Directors chair, Amnesty International USA, Amnesty, The Ohio State House, The Ohio State Senate, Governor John Kasich, The United States House of Representatives, The United States Senate, and President Barack Obama

Petition Statement: Recently the number of violent and horrific acts against immigrants in Saudi Arabia, especially Ethiopians, have been off the charts. Witnesses and video footage uploaded to social media sites such as Facebook and YouTube show how much the level violence has escalated.

The so called police and military of Saudi Arabia have been noted beating immigrants to near death, or killing them. Some immigrants who were arrested in Saudi Arabia have called the Voice of America radio program so that world can be aware of the gross human right abuses in Saudi Arabia.

I strongly urge everybody to sign this petition so that we can alert the Governments of our countries, the Ethiopian Government, the united Nations, and Human right organizations such as Amnesty International and so on... 

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