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Gammel 28th December 2018, 08:31 AM
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Ikke kun et diktatur men osse en rabiat religiøst styre.

De skriftkloge, wahabisterne, som indgik en alliance med Saud familien i 1700-tallet er klare i spyttet - shiaer er vantro. Lig med at de skal dræbes som frafaldne muslimer. Og dem som tvivler på rådets beslutning er osse vantro.

https://twitter.com/joshua_landis/st...77289560264706

De skriftkloge støttede Saud-slægten som konger og kongehuset støttede den wahabistiske fortolkning af Islam. Er tiden kommet til at vi hopper over på Irans side?
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Gammel 14th January 2019, 09:22 AM
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Lidt til de pro-saudiske vestlige medier såsom Politiken, Berlingske osv. samt ansatte i diverse saudisk sponsorerede vestlige tænketanke.

Opinion: My Sister Is in a Saudi Prison. Will Mike Pompeo Stay Silent?: New York Times


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I am struck by what is not included in Mr. Pompeo’s itinerary: the brave women activists of Saudi Arabia, who are being held in the kingdom’s prisons for seeking rights and dignity. Mr. Pompeo’s apathy is personal for me because one of the women detained, Loujain al-Hathloul, is my sister. She has worked relentlessly to earn Saudi women the right to drive.
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After the killing of Jamal Khashoggi in October, I read reports claiming that several people detained by the Saudi government at the Ritz-Carlton in Riyadh had been tortured.

I started getting phone calls and messages from friends and relatives asking if Loujain too had been tortured. I was shocked by the suggestion. I wondered how people could think a woman could be tortured in Saudi Arabia. I believed that social codes of the Saudi society would not allow it.

But by late November, several newspapers, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International reported that both male and female political and human rights activists in Saudi prisons had been tortured. Some reports mentioned sexual assaults.

My parents visited Loujain at the Dhaban prison in December. They asked her about the torture reports and she collapsed in tears. She said she had been tortured between May and August, when she was not allowed any visitors.
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She said she had been held in solitary confinement, beaten, waterboarded, given electric shocks, sexually harassed and threatened with rape and murder. My parents then saw that her thighs were blackened by bruises.

Sidst redigeret af Vymer : 14th January 2019 kl. 09:24 AM.
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Gammel 18th March 2019, 05:51 PM
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Nok en lektion i den virkelige verden. Historisk viden er nyttig og pegede på denne udvikling. De kære kvinder som blot ville kører bil.


It Wasn’t Just Khashoggi: A Saudi Prince’s Brutal Drive to Crush Dissent: NYT

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The Rapid Intervention Group also appears to have been involved in the detention and abuse of about a dozen women’s rights activists, who were detained last spring and summer. The activists, who had campaigned for lifting the kingdom’s ban on driving by women, included several well-known figures: Loujain al-Hathloul, who had been jailed for trying to drive her car into the kingdom from the United Arab Emirates; Aziza al-Yousef, a retired computer science professor; and Eman al-Nafjan, the linguistics lecturer.

At first, the women were not held in a prison, but were detained informally in what appeared to be an unused palace in the Red Sea port city of Jidda, according to Ms. al-Hathloul’s sister, Alia. Each woman was locked in a small room, and the windows were covered. Some of the women were frequently taken downstairs for interrogation, which included beatings, electric shocks, waterboarding and threats of rape and murder.

In an Op-Ed article for The New York Times, Alia al-Hathloul wrote that Mr. al-Qahtani was “present several times” when her sister was tortured, and that he threatened to kill her and throw her body in the sewer.
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