31 thoughts on “Saudi Arabia, oil riches, poverty and wars

  1. We kill here in the US too…just not by beheading. Nations with the death penalty have no business pointing at other nations with the death penalty…as for comparing the reason why it is applied I must note that over 400 innocent people have been put to death that were later proven innocent.


    • Hi, I don’t hear the United States government object to the death penalty by beheading in Saudi Arabia, because of the military and economic links between both countries. Also, indeed, because of the US’ own death penalty; the historical ideological links as allies against ‘atheist communism’, etc.

      Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world practicing the death penalty by beheading. So, it is not ‘typically Muslim’, ‘typically Middle Eastern’, etc.

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  2. The British Government have no problem sending military equipment to this regime, thus condoning cruelty, Britain is the ultimate masters of oppression and propaganda, this protocol has worked well within the framework of British elite criminal behavior, I suggest this recalcitrant and vindictive hate program, is no longer a reasonable progression vision for our future and the planet, I would say the elite having gone to Oxford and universities such as Cambridge, not only are the students studies involved within the curriculum but most important these people invariable indoctrinated as a elite, meaning they become the slaves to a culture that is not only acting as a superiority force, having a religious belief they are the supreme simultaneous indoctrinated group having the will and given resources to destroy who ever and having no problem with crime as it is only and all for the common good.


  3. Blogger receives public lashing

    Saudi Arabia: Blogger Raif Badawi, who was sentenced last May to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes, was publicly flogged for the first time after Friday prayers outside a Jeddah mosque.

    Mr Badawi is to receive 50 lashes once a week for 20 weeks on charges that he insulted Islam.

    “It is horrifying to think that such a vicious punishment should be imposed on someone guilty of nothing more than … exercising freedom of expression,” said Amnesty Middle East director Philip Luther.



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