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Saudi woman beats up religious police officer who stopped her for walking with a man

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posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:18 AM
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Well she can look forward to being lashed by a whip and a jail term. At least she won't get her hands cut off or her gentilia mutilated.

Firggin control freaks, the real Shaitan. That's what happens when you get a bunch of dudes living in desert with limited resources and no place to channel their sexual energy just like the Catholic priesthood.

What the bleep are they so afraid of?... Staring at some titties, enjoying life...

Beauty is what makes this world liveable.




posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:19 AM
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In today's day & age, we shouldn't even be discussing this. Completely surreal!


IRM



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:19 AM
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You mean once the Americans and British interfered with their government and f**cked up everything for what is now a disaster in the gulf, the black gold?

[edit on 18-5-2010 by TSawyer]



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:19 AM
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Originally posted by Dynamitrios
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Then check out how Kabul (yes, THAT Kabul) looked in the 70s.

It was called "the Rio de Janeiro of the East"


Yeah, so cruel to the people. First that much freedom of movement and choice and then, under the cosh of Islam.



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:21 AM
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lol didnt't notice that lol oopsie,

auctioning ones virginity on the next is a step way too far over the line, now we wonder why men think they get sex with flowers and choccies!!



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:22 AM
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Originally posted by TSawyer
reply to post by prionace glauca
 


You mean once the Americans and British interfered with their government and f**cked up everything for what is now a disaster in the gulf, the black gold?

[edit on 18-5-2010 by TSawyer]


Are you even on topic? This problem stems from the 1970's. Go back to the history books and enlighten yourself.



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:23 AM
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Originally posted by prionace glauca

Originally posted by Dynamitrios
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Then check out how Kabul (yes, THAT Kabul) looked in the 70s.

It was called "the Rio de Janeiro of the East"


Do you remember the thread I am talking about with the picture from the 70's? But yea, once these hard liners took over, its been nothing but chaos and poverty for the followers.


One man's chaos is another man's paradise .. just like one's garbage is another's treasure .. you don't like Kabul because they don't wear mini skirts and all today ... jeez!

Just because they have their own culture and harsh way of doing things doesn't give us the right to change it or say it is not ok ..
Thats how they live .. leave them to do their own things their way ...

The Western way of living is not exactly a paradise for many others around the world either .. live and let live ..



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:24 AM
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I think you missed the point that me and another poster were making. The middle east countries were never this ultra conservative, the women had more freedoms before the hard liners took over.



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:36 AM
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Why is it that some people will defend Islam as a religion of "peace" but when something like this happens, the same people are critical of it?

Muslims want their laws imposed all over the world. Liberal American women don't want to believe this but when they're made to wear head coverings, not allowed to drive or vote after Islam takes over the world, these women will be able to thank this "religion of peace."

This Saudi woman will be made an example of and you know what, the entire world will not be able to do anything about it.

The bottom line is that this woman broke an Islamic law and she knew she was breaking the law and now she's going to have to pay the penalty.

I believe in God and that God created moman to make man complete. A man should always regard woman as EQUAL to him. A man will never be complete without a woman BESIDE him. Not in front nor behind him but BESIDE him and he should never be in front nor behind her. Are women different from men? Of course they are. Are they of a lesser status? The answer here is none other than NO. Does a cathode without an anode make a battery or the "north" magnetic flux exist without a "south" magnetic flux?

A sheet of paper can not exist with out a front and back. Until men can treat women as an equal, women will always protest. It's just sad that some societies will treat women as second class citizens when in reality men will not survive withou them.

[edit on 18/5/10 by Intelearthling]



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:41 AM
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A big
to her !


He was punched repeatedly about the head and upper torso during the attack in the eastern city of Hofuf Mubarraz.

The assault was so severe and sustained, the officer was eventually taken to hospital suffering from severe bruising.


Sounds like somebody's been giving her some boxing lessons.

That is a very courageous woman. It saddens me to know that she will most likely suffer greatly for her actions.

I hope more women follow her lead, and the men should do the same.


But public opinion appears to have been firmly behind her


Good, hopefully they'll protest in the streets to show their support for her.

I'd really like to know why the man that was with her immediately collapsed. I think that probably had something to do with why she attacked the policeman.

www.dailymail.co.uk...



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:46 AM
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I read this earlier in an online news article but didn't bother to make a thread about it....

Like other's have said, it's about time some fought back against the 'Bigots and new nazi's'



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:52 AM
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Originally posted by legalizeit
Just because they have their own culture and harsh way of doing things doesn't give us the right to change it or say it is not ok ..
Thats how they live .. leave them to do their own things their way ...


Wait a minute...aren't we in Afghanistan so that we can liberate the women from the cruel Taliban? Or was to get Bin Laden? No...Bush said who cares, right? Pipelines anyone?

So how come it's reprehensible to treat women this way in countries we decide to invade, but our allies get a free pass?

Just askin', eh?



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 10:55 AM
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Originally posted by Intelearthling
Why is it that some people will defend Islam as a religion of "peace" but when something like this happens, the same people are critical of it?

Uhhhh maybe because the religious politics of a few that lead a country don't represent the whole??
Should we say all christians are evil because of Bush/Cheney?
You were in a situation very applicable to your criticism, so I don't understand why you don't empathize.


Originally posted by Intelearthling
The bottom line is that this woman broke an Islamic law and she knew she was breaking the law and now she's going to have to pay the penalty.

If you do your homework you will find out that this is actually not an islamic law
The Quran does not force the burqa on anybody.
I am not a muslim and even I know this. Do some homework.


Originally posted by Intelearthling
I believe in God and that God created moman to make man complete. A man should always regard woman as EQUAL to him. A man will never be complete without a woman BESIDE him. Not in front nor behind him but BESIDE him and he should never be in front nor behind her.

So you are against homosexuality?
Many of your own countrymen would be very against your ideals.
Now what?
Is yours a religion of peace and acceptance?
Do you accept homosexuals or are you scared of both muslims and/or homosexuals conquering the planet?



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 11:02 AM
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And many in the western world are blinded by american idol, dancing with the stars and maybeline models.

There are two ends to every spectrum, two extremes on opposite endpoints.
Saudi Arabia is religious ultra-conservative extremism.
What we have in the west is the exact opposite, ultra liberal radicalism.

They are all covered up and our women here are practically naked.
What's the difference?
Where's the middle ground, where's the moderation?
Their culture is being oppressed and our culture is going down the crapper.
Nobody is the winner here, we are all losers.


The middle ground, is one way of putting this, for these are extremes. However, I don't agree that our being bought off with trinkets and entertainment so we turn a blind eye to their Mafia Banking/Corporation Rule of the planet, and the billions starving and being murdered in wars, where now over 85 % of the casualties, for corporate gain, are civilians, has anything to do with dress codes.

I don't believe in our laws, or a system of laws, that forces anyone into the role of child or slave, but a grass roots system of very caring, cooperative, equal well educated people, who take turns in leadership roles in their communities, extending to larger jury duty councils for matters, who can be discharged by a majority too if they step out of line. Not many laws, de-criminalizing instead.

Dress codes are not needed, except for social obligations but should be kept to the bare minimum I am a hippy!

What I see is religions being conected to Rome/Bloodline rule ultimately, even Saudi ones, (not that all are Christian, but that Rome still runs the world in the mafia bloodline circles) but in all of them there is also the checkerboard floor being played out, with some Love & Light shining, and a darker, backward, serfdom harshness. You have a choice to follow Love, and only Love, with forgiveness and extend freedom and empowerment to all, or to follow the Dark Side in all the mainstream ones.

So its about standing still, making a choice, for everyone has the ability within all the religions to demonstrate true charity to others, work for a world of equality and peace, and grass roots empowerment, and Love.

But, its not the dress code or wide open liberalism that is the fault of Western societies, but the commercialism, the trinkets and entertainment being pumped out to keep us from standing still and waking up and therefore seeing the world for what it is. Freedom is always preferable to enforced morality via serfdom style hypocrits, and that is what the leaders in the middle east, just like our own religous leaders are, hypocrits whose very behavior demonstrates they chose to follow the masonic black squares in the checkerboard floor, they're taking the wrong stream in the book and are not fit to be inspirations.

Even with decadence, freedom is preferred. So its really up to us, to meet in the middle with people, not to enforce middle road morality laws everywhere, but in the middle with Love & Charity and promote peace.

All religions are run like this, the checkerboard floor, the two pillars of Solomon, Boaz and Jachin, and have these two streams in them.



I would like to see religions overhauled, but now I realize, that its more encouraging people to find the Love & Light stream in their faiths, and to just keep nudging them to awareness of the Bloodlines, and Matrix, and that they need to start giving to each other, but not enforcing our viewpoints, but meeting in the middle. Because every country is capable of becoming secular democracies that allow freedom in religions and can separate religion from law, which should be more about enforcing human rights than criminalizing things.



[edit on 18-5-2010 by Unity_99]



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 11:05 AM
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ill bet you all that the extremist form of koran belief in the 70 where probobly us intelegence created, .

dived an conqour



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 11:10 AM
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If we were on the ball, more, throughout the world, we'd have concerned citizens meeting in local communities, and discussing issues and the corporate rule abuses, and we'd be like a grass roots system within the system working for change at a local level, but we could also then be more helpful, more organized, have passed the purse with small donations and in a case like this, she pretty much would need to be taken out of there, underground way out immediately. Because we need to support each other and prevent the backlash and martyrdom.



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 11:22 AM
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Originally posted by prionace glauca
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I think you missed the point that me and another poster were making. The middle east countries were never this ultra conservative, the women had more freedoms before the hard liners took over.


No .. I got your points .. the underlying issue is that every culture has it's own way of evolving and sorting out their issues .. no matter what an ouside thinks of it .. they will improve in their own ways over time by actions by their own citizens .. they don't need a savior ..
The middle wast countries have always been conservative under muslim law .. those are muslim countries and that is the constant .. the only time something changes and the only variable is when there is outside influence ..

these so called hardliners have always been that way .. the only reason Afghanistan started looking Western was because of Western influence there and the West had some political interest ...
Politics doesn't cares about anyone in this world .. it's all about money and 'what can I get out of this' .. so yes .. America and UK and company are not there to 'free' or help the people there .. they couldn't care less .. it's a strategic place for occupation .. period ..

If anyone really cared about how conservative or liberal places were or how big terrorism was .. look at Kashmir .. long long ago before 9-11 incident .. India used to complain to the UN about terrorism on Kashmiri citizens from Pakistan .. they literally used to throw acid on the faces of girls walking without a burka .. completely destroying the lives of young girls ..
NOBODY did anything because there was nothing to gain politically or money-wise .. Even Indian govt couldn't really do anything because the Kashmiri's didn't want outside influence .. they wanted to deal with their issues themselves ..

Afghanistan and places like Iraq will never improve for another 100 years at least .. this is because the West has decided to keep them unstable and in the stone age forever while they milk all the resources .. after that yes .. they will leave and leave the people with nothing ..



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 11:29 AM
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Hey the middle east was never this ultra conservative, and that is a fact.

Here is an example of Iran in the 1970's



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 11:51 AM
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Originally posted by legalizeit
If anyone really cared about how conservative or liberal places were or how big terrorism was .. look at Kashmir .. long long ago before 9-11 incident .. India used to complain to the UN about terrorism on Kashmiri citizens from Pakistan .. they literally used to throw acid on the faces of girls walking without a burka .. completely destroying the lives of young girls ..
NOBODY did anything because there was nothing to gain politically or money-wise .. Even Indian govt couldn't really do anything because the Kashmiri's didn't want outside influence .. they wanted to deal with their issues themselves ..



Are you going to bring Kashmir into this? Do you even know the history behind Kashmir? Kashmir was considered the Swiss Alps of India, with its snow covered mountain backdrops. Kashmir was a haven for not only Indians but for tourists also. They were never a burqa wearing extreme conservative region as it is now. It became that way because hard line Pakistani clansmen took over the area and implemented their rule. Kashmir is a prime example of what hard liners manage to do, take a beautiful peace loving haven and turn into a gutter.



posted on May, 18 2010 @ 12:09 PM
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Originally posted by prionace glauca

Originally posted by legalizeit


Are you going to bring Kashmir into this? Do you even know the history behind Kashmir? Kashmir was considered the Swiss Alps of India, with its snow covered mountain backdrops. Kashmir was a haven for not only Indians but for tourists also. They were never a burqa wearing extreme conservative region as it is now. It became that way because hard line Pakistani clansmen took over the area and implemented their rule. Kashmir is a prime example of what hard liners manage to do, take a beautiful peace loving haven and turn into a gutter.


You missed out the part where the indian troops raped and killed thousands of Kashmiri women to satisfy their urges, which ultimately lead to Pakistan sending its top Islamic hardliners from its northern regions to give indians troops a nice beating.

India turned kashmir into a sh** hole, not pakistan.

It's a also true that Iran and Afghanistan were a different story before Ayatollahs and Saudi funded wahabi mujahideens took over.

But that's what you get in a revolution or after a genocide takes place.



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