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“The other madames tell me that anything my nanny does we take responsibility for because she is employed by us.And then, if we get into trouble, all this,” Amelie said gesturing to her condo unit with a fantastic view of Doha’s posh West Bay, “will be gone.The doctors said she was pregnant and had miscarried.She claims that she did not even know she was pregnant.Qatar finally introduced a domestic worker law that puts limits on working hours, and mandates timely release of pay and rest days.
In the case of the Philippines where there is no divorce, the lines get even more murky.Zina laws treat sex outside of marriage and pregnancy out of wedlock as crimes punishable by imprisonment. “Normally, I wouldn’t care one bit about who my nanny dates. This is Doha,” said Amelie, a French national whose husband works in Doha on an expat visa. This is based on Islamic legal tradition that classifies sex outside of marriage, pregnancy out of wedlock, and adultery as crimes that are punishable by imprisonment of up to one year.But without means to seek legal recourse, it is mostly low-skilled migrant woman who face charges. Muslim offenders are given an additional penalty of flogging while married Muslims may be sentenced to death by stoning.In some cases, domestic workers are raped by their employers, compounding her predicament.“It is very hard for domestic workers to report physical or sexual abuse, including rape at the hands of their employer because under the system, migrant workers cannot leave their employer or exit the country without the expressed permission of their employer.