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Asians Stuck In S. Arabia After Qatari

Asians stuck in S. Arabia after Qatari bosses ordered out

After the Qatari boss was ordered outside the kingdom, Asian immigrants working for domestic employees and farmers were found to have been potentially illegally stranded in Saudi Arabia.

The Qatari National Human Rights Commission chairman said workers from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Nepal left without accommodation and money.

Ali bin Smaikh Al-Marri, chairman of Ali bin, said, "There are many migrant workers who are affected by this decision.

Many of those affected were married to farmers who drove cattle between the two countries.

"Usually workers travel to Qatar, many Qatars hire farmers and travel with domestic workers and drivers," he told a news conference.

"Workers can not travel to Qatar, and now live illegally in Saudi Arabia and there is no fundamental need.

On June 5, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain announced that Doha denied that Emirates announced support for extremist groups to overcome all ties with Qatar on June 5.

The four provinces shut down air space for Qatar airplanes and blocked the land border with Saudi Arabia, a key route to food imports.

They also ordered all Qataris to leave and return to their own people.

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