In Saudi society, is there a racial hierarchy?


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You may have heard that in Saudi Arabia, Indians, Pakistanis, and Bangladeshis are viewed as third-class citizens. In Saudi society, there is a racial hierarchy, which is real. Despite the fact that this is a bad thing, it does exist, and here’s how it works: Read More: Al-Hussaini: Light to semi-heavy rain during the next 36 hours in 10 regions

1- The Saudis themselves are at the top of the list. It is, after all, their nation, and they must be at the top of the list.

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2- Non-Saudis and North Africans who are wealthy and wealthy. Because it is a Muslim country, this category is especially unique to Muslims.

3- People from Western Europe and North America. Only if South Americans have a white appearance and have strong occupations do they fall into this category.

4- People from South Asia and North Africa are either rich or work in white-collar jobs.

5- People from Sub-Saharan Africa, the Philippines, and South Asia work in the service industry or undertake manual labor.

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When you examine the hierarchy, you’ll notice that wealth, position, religion, and occupation are the most important factors. As a result, we can confidently conclude that Saudi Arabia is one of the countries where socioeconomic rather than racial hierarchy exists. Read More: Parents forgot 3-years old at Airport – caught with CCTV

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