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  Human rights in Saudi Arabia

Oil fuels the jihad

Hamza Kashgari

Saudi King dies. Time to vomit.

United Arab Emirates

Kuwait

Qatar



Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states

Saudi Arabia is one of the most oppressive countries in the world. It oppresses its own people, and spreads Wahhabist hatred and terror around the world. The West's alliance with this evil regime shames the West, and has done nothing to make Saudi Arabia better.

In Saudi Arabia, Jews and atheists cannot exist, Christians cannot practice, and even non-Sunni Muslims are oppressed in this disgusting apartheid state.




Worst of the Worst 2012: The World's Most Repressive Societies by Freedom House.
Includes Saudi Arabia.






Saudi apartheid.



Saudi Arabia - The ISIS-like state that the West supports.
Found here. Origin unknown.




Human rights in Saudi Arabia




An oppressed Saudi atheist holds a sign at the cube in Mecca. Brave person.
Formerly here.



One of many great posters from Elder of Ziyon.




Oil fuels the jihad




"Blood for Oil", by Cox and Forkum, sums up the real blood sacrifice that western countries make to get Middle Eastern oil.
What a shame that oil was found here, of all places.



A great idea: Ethical Oil is trying to give us choice at the pumps - so we can buy Saudi-free oil.




Hamza Kashgari



The tweets that got Hamza Kashgari arrested by "moderate" Islamic state Malaysia in Feb 2012, and deported back to Saudi Arabia to face possible death.
From here (see p.2).
They are addressed to the Prophet Muhammad on his birthday: "On your birthday, I will say that I have loved the rebel in you, that you've always been a source of inspiration to me, and that I do not like the halos of divinity around you. I shall not pray for you. On your birthday, I find you wherever I turn. I will say that I have loved aspects of you, hated others, and could not understand many more. On your birthday, I shall not bow to you. I shall not kiss your hand. Rather, I shall shake it as equals do, and smile at you as you smile at me. I shall speak to you as a friend, no more."
What is shocking is that he still admires the Prophet Muhammad, who would certainly kill him for saying this.
I fail to see how any "liberal" could admire the Prophet Muhammad, but I wish liberal Muslims like this all the best anyway, in their struggle to define a new type of faith that is peaceful rather than violent.



Fucking lunatic cleric Prof. Nasser al Omar weeps as he calls for death for Hamza Kashgari for these tweets. Feb 2012.
Prof. Nasser al Omar was on (and may still be on) the faculty at the Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University.
He has called for the bombing of Shia shrines in Iraq, and death for American soldiers in Iraq, and yet he still runs a website, almoslim.net, hosted in the United States.




Irish Taoiseach praises Saudi Arabia

  


Saudi King dies. Time to vomit.

  


Christian submission to our brutal oil-tick overlords:
The flag at Westminster Abbey was lowered to half mast to honour a dictator who arrests people for Christianity.
Question: Has there ever been a more shameful day in the history of Westminster Abbey? If so, when?



Smart comment, 23 Jan 2015. From here.
He is talking about this.



Saudi Arabia's gift to the world: 9/11.
Image from here.




United Arab Emirates




The UAE comes top for women's rights!
Some studies discredit themselves.
The RHS column here shows the scores for "Women treated with respect" in the Social Progress Index for 2014.
To see the stats, go to Social Progress Index - "Data Table" - "Add aspect to compare" - "Women treated with respect".
This says women's rights in UAE and Kuwait and Saudi Arabia are better than in UK and Ireland and Canada and US!
The Social Progress Index is clearly worthless.




Kuwait





Saudi Arabia sits at the UN.
Photo 2008. From here.




"There are 50 million Arabs. What does it matter if we lose 10 million people to kill all the Jews? The price is worth it."
- The unelected thug King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia calling for a genocide of the Jews when Israel was declared a state, 1947.
Luckily, the Muslims failed to carry out their genocide.




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