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20 Mai 2021

Areeb Ullah, Middle East Eye

Qatar detains Kenyan worker outspoken on labour rights abuses

...... His case highlights the restrictions faced by workers trying to organise inside the emirate as trade unions continue to be banned for foreign workers. 

"We really don't know what they are holding him for and no clue what reason they have for detaining him," a spokesperson for MR told Middle East Eye. 

"Malcolm has written for Migrant-Rights.org for nearly a year and sought to critique the system and the treatment of workers constructively. 

.... The spokesperson, who wished to remain unnamed, said that MR had independently verified a suspicious link that Bidali had received on social media and found it to be malicious.