A while back, I read an article about a woman living in Saudi for ten years (or still does) in a modern form of Slavery. That doesn’t leave my mind:The woman was held in a Saudi household for 10 years without being able to go home once. Not paid for the last 8 years either. When she asks for returning home, she gets beat up. When she asks for payment it’s even worse. By any luck, after 10 years she could reach the police station. I don't know how the story developed.I see the modern form of Slavery here every day. People from India and wherever are everywhere. Working for an approximate Income of $60 a months. In most cases they have to pay for food and shared accommodation (and we are not talking about apartments for themselves here, in most cases they share with more than one other person), they have to sign contracts for one or two years, have to leave their passports with their employees and can’t see their family for all that time.That in a region that relies on these foreign workers. That makes a huge amount of money thanks to these workers. And treats them worse than anything else.Dubai currently complained that they had to let go so many of these workers. Now they have a lack of "qualified" Asian workers, Slaves more likely.And what does the world do? Nothing.A documentation on TV from time to time. A warning from the UN.Nothing is really changing down here. People live in the same conditions like years ago, female workers still have to be afraid to get kidnapped and raped and the payment is below anything a Western Expatriate would work for.But for these guys it's still more than they would make at home. That's why this region can keep them on a short leash and treat them like that. At home, they would probably have no job at all.