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Lankan maid killed in UAE

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 Two Emirati sisters and their Sri Lankan maid died in an accident on Maleha Road, United Arab Emirates(UAE) on Sunday morning, police said.

The sisters, identified as Amna Misbah, 27, and Iman Misbah, 21, died when their car collided with another car.

A police spokesman said the cause of the accident was overspeeding and not paying enough attention to the road. (Source: The Gulf Today)

 
 

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-4+12 # Sarneris 2012-08-07 08:37
Stop sending housemaids.

Let the boys make the money.
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-3+8 # Arjay Colombo 2012-08-07 16:12
yes , family system breaking due to this
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-1+16 # Sonia 2012-08-07 17:50
I dont have a son or brother and i am married widow can you send me moeny to live or give me a job in SL for LKR 45000.00 (AED 1500.00) i know only cooking and cleaning the house.
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-0+4 # senavi 2012-08-08 02:27
but our politicians and officials need dollars for their duty free imports
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-1+7 # Farzan 2012-08-07 08:45
Please give priority to the Lankan maid as she is the subject matter of this news. Alteast anyone who knows her will get the information.
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-2+10 # fathima 2012-08-07 08:56
May they rest in peace!
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-3+12 # Nodrog 2012-08-07 09:10
Will the employers compensate the maid's family? In the case of teenager Rizana even though the child's death was caused accidently they still insisted on the death penalty.
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-28+2 # Taqqiya 2012-08-07 09:22
Why were they driving without their male keeper? This is a mockery of sensible islamic laws.
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-7+17 # Lankan 2012-08-07 14:28
Women are respected in Dubai, unlike BS Saudi Arabia.
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-22+11 # Saudi 2012-08-07 16:32
And women are respected in Sri Lanka too?...errr..don't think so - if women behaved and dressed right in Sri Lanka then we will have less rape for sure ! Think about it before saying Saudi laws are incrroect
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-5+18 # balu 2012-08-07 14:49
are u still in da stone age?
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-0+5 # Sonia 2012-08-07 17:47
ha ha ha ha its stone cutting age !!!!!!
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-5+5 # Sonia 2012-08-07 17:36
i belive that you are a muslim and are you dressing according to islamic laws dont talk bull......
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-2+2 # kapa ta pissu 2012-08-07 17:48
Atleast she will get compenciated by the UAE GOVT and accident diya money AED 250000/-, But surely she won't get any support from the embassy and her body will lie in a fridge for 3 months.
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-0+9 # Nan 2012-08-07 19:39
There's a big difference between "killed" and "died"... very irresponsible of DM
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-0+3 # Rajinder A 2012-08-08 01:51
First can we all feel sorry for 03 human being slosing their lifeeeees at such a young age ? they are someones children - and U.A.E.is a great country which looks after the people working or on holiday - Their leaders and excellent and so is their legal system. It is a civilised place unlike many of their immediate neighbours
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-4+3 # saudi 2012-08-08 04:37
hey civilized person in civilized country, we know wt. is happening in ur civilized country.
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-2+2 # Hash 2012-08-08 09:53
For my experience i have been in UAE for couple of days.. Crossing the roads without crossing lines are more like suicide. Not like in sri lanka where you can cross from everywhere
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-0+3 # kapa ta pissu 2012-08-08 16:34
People are aware of this and do not cross roads like jay walkers. Especially on highways. You cannot cross 10 lane highway with cars coming at + 120 kms speed. But some Asians try their luck n end up in their final destination. People obey rules here. The drivers stop cars when they see a pedestrian n Pedestrians don't just walked on crossing unless road is clear. Srilankans will never obey rules of the country.
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