[In the news] OFWs allege abuse in Saudi immigration crackdown -INQUIRER.net
They were among an estimated 6,700 Filipino workers stranded in parts of the oil-rich Middle Eastern kingdom where an amnesty for undocumented foreigners ended over the weekend.
“They treated us like animals,” said domestic helper Amor Roxas, 46, who burst in tears while narrating her ordeal.
She claimed Saudi police rounded them up and placed them in a crowded cell for four days before they were paraded from the immigration center to the airport.
“Our feet were chained,” added Yvonne Montefeo, 32, in between sobs.
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