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More interesting News Stories from Saudi Arabia. Men without balls

Saudi man for kissing mum on head
By Staff Published Wednesday, December 29, 2010

A Saudi man is accusing the Gulf Kingdom’s most feared Islamic police of insulting him and his mother after they saw him kissing her head in public, a local newspaper reported on Wednesday.

The man, an employee in Saudi Airlines, said was kissing his mother’s head and hand near a shopping mall in the capital Riyadh when members of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice came to him.

“Suddenly five men jumped on me and accused me of indulging in vice in a public place,” the unnamed man told the paper.

“I kept telling them that she is my mother but they will not listen at first.  They then started to ask us questions before telling us to leave as if nothing happened.”
Just like the scholars of the freaky fatwas, these guys also think all Muslim men are perverts who can’t be trusted.

Man invites wife to dinner to land in jail
By Staff Published Sunday, February 20, 2011

A Saudi man who insisted on taking his wife out for a late night meal ended up in jail after a scuffle with the Gulf Kingdom’s feared Islamic police, a newspaper reported on Sunday.
The unnamed couple have just finished their dinner at a shopping mall in Riyadh and were leaving when they were stopped by members of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, the online Alshaudeh paper said.
“They asked him about the woman with him and he replied that she is his wife…but they told him that they have received information that she is not his wife and told him to come with them,” the paper said.
“The man got mad and clashed with them…one of them suffered a light injury in his hand.  Police later came and dragged the husband to their centre, where he has been there for five days.”

Nope, can’t even go out to dinner with your wife.  They sure make the message clear, Muslim men cannot be trusted.

Wife divorced by SMS three days after marriage
 Staff Published Saturday, March 26, 2011

A Saudi girl who had thought she fulfilled the dream of her life by marrying a well-known lawyer got the shock of her life when she was divorced by a text message just three days after marriage, a newspaper reported on Saturday.

The unnamed woman from the western town of Taif said she had agreed to marry the lawyer because of his high position and good manners.

“Three days later, he asked her to go to her family’s house and wait for him until he finishes some work,” Taif Arabic language daily said.
“One hour later, she received a SMS on her mobile from her husband telling her that she is divorced…the woman said she was shocked but found out later that the lawyer is having some psychological problems.”
So much for the good manners.  And don’t all lawyers have some psychological problems?  Can’t trust them,  either :D

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Saudi in fresh crackdown on colourful female gowns
By Staff Published Tuesday, March 08, 2011
Saudi Arabia’s feared Islamic police mounted a fresh campaign against clothes shops in one of the Gulf Kingdom’s largest cities to stop them from selling colourful gowns to women, a newspaper reported on Tuesday.

Members of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice raided many shops in the western town of Taif and confiscated a large quantity of ornamented women’s gowns, Sabq online Arabic language daily said.

“The Commission members made dealers write a statement pledging not to sell these gowns again…many other deals had shut their shops and fled just before the Commission inspectors raided the market.”

Just before the end of 2010, a large force from the Commission stormed garments shops in the Saudi capital Riyadh and confiscated thousands of ornamented dresses and gowns, which also carry writings.

One dealer said members of the Commission, the most influential law enforcement authority in Saudi Arabia, raided his shop and seized at least 7,100 gowns worth nearly SR2.13 million. They also detained all his workers for one day and forced them to write statements.

The paper quoted Commission spokesman Turki Shaleel as saying those members raided the markets on orders from the Commission, adding they had instructions to seize any gown or similar items which do not meet the specifications outlined by the Commission and provided to dealers.

“We have warned them many times but some of them are not abiding by the rules…we have told them not to make or sell any gowns that are emblazoned or garnished with different colours,” he said

Yes, fashion suffers when perverts make the rules. 

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