This video says about itself:
A music video with facts about the mistreatment and abuse of labourers in the United Arab Emirates.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Rights activists back in UAE court
Monday 26 September 2011
The activists were detained in April after they signed an online petition demanding constitutional reforms and free elections.
They include prominent blogger Ahmed Mansour and Nasser bin Ghaith, an economics professor who frequently lectured at the Abu Dhabi branch of Paris’s Sorbonne university.
The five are accused of anti-state crimes and were charged in July with insulting the country’s rulers and using an online forum to conspire against the state.
All have pleaded not guilty.
Political activity is severely restricted in the UAE, an alliance of seven semi-autonomous states each ruled by a hereditary sheikh.
There are no official opposition groups in the country and political parties are banned.
Tens of thousands of citizens demonstrated in towns across Morocco on Sunday to press long-standing demands for greater civil and social rights: here.