Meshael Alayban, a Sa`udi Princess, was just set free. Her charges of human trafficking and slavery were dropped. You see, Meshael Alayban is married to the Sa`udi `Arabian prince Abdul’Rahman bin Nasser bin `Abdul`Aziz al Sa`ud.


Let’s just call this guy ARBNBAAS, for short. Well, ARBNBAAS is the grandson of King `Abd’ullah of Sa`udi `Arabia. Marrying into the Sa`udi Royal Family apparently has privileges… Privileges which include keeping slaves and human trafficking.

You see, ARBNBAAS’s grandfather is listed as Forbes’ seventh most powerful people. You don’t really think the United States is going to arrest a member of the international Oligarchy over something like enslaving someone do you? If you did, you’d have been wrong.


Meshael was arrested and accused of keeping a Kenyan slave as a prisoner in her California home. In addition to this Kenyan woman who Meshael enslaved, police say that when they searched Alayban’s home, they discovered four more women from the Philippines who were being kept as slaves. She argued that this wasn’t “slavery” since she paid them $220 a week, for 16 hour work days, 7 days a week. That breaks down to not even $2 an hour. In other words, that fits the legal definition of slavery. As well, her accuser says that Alayban would not allow her to leave the house. $1 or no $1, that’s slavery.

Meshael Alayban says, however, that the slavery wasn’t bad because she let them use the pool and get on Facebook. You simply can’t things this crazy up. Apparently her excuses sounded pretty good to the Santa Ana judge who set her free.

Meshael is very happy now that she is free to enslave more African women. But she didn’t look so happy when she was first locked up…


But this was only a bump in the road for Meshael. She was quickly freed, and can now buy more African and Filipina women to enslave.

Watch the video and SPREAD THE WORD! This CANNOT be what is allowed to stand as “justice” in the United States these days. If we do not take a stand against SLAVERY then what will we take a stand against?

(Article by Isa Abu Jamal)