Saudi Arabia murders Indonesian slaves after attempting to rape their boss
Tuti Tursilwati, who worked in Ta'if City, was charged with murdering her employer in June. 2011. Indonesian advocacy group Migrant Care claimed in September that Tuti Tursilawati did so to protect herself from abuse. But she was sentenced to death on Monday, the foreign minister of Saudi Arabia has not informed the Indonesian government. This is the fourth time in three years that Saudi Arabia did not inform the capital before Jakarta Murders of Indonesian migrant workers. This has been the case by Indonesian monitors claiming to be the most serious human rights violations, especially on Indonesian workers. However, Indonesian President Joko Widodo summoned the ambassador to Saudi Arabia to discuss the issue. Saudi Arabia is the largest target for Indonesian maids, and earlier this month the two countries signed a new agreement to jointly monitor Monitor, monitor and evaluate workers.