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Submitted by Dima (Saudi Arabia), Feb 28, 2006 at 09:58

yes sure...

but firsy about (I even saw the UAE had quite a thriving child sex trafficking business)
I dont know about that.... maybe it is... and maybe it's not.. i've never heard of it...

Saudi Arabia is a very wealthy and a civlized country too... it have some hard laws to follow but no one is really following it...after King Fahed's death a lot of things have been changed.. even when he was around...no one was following these laws. he was half dead you know, and King Abdulla (saudi's king now) was handling all the country's things.

in Saudi Arabia.. women have to wear a black (abaia) means something like a long soft dress saudi women have to cover their hair. but non saudi women dont have to.. cos they might be non muslims.. or western. saudi women are so wealthy..there is a lot of business women in here and very smart actually. about driving, women are going to drive here soon... but i think under a lot of laws.. like when driving is going to be allowed at the first year driving is gonna be allowed for women who is over 30...cos there might be a lot of car accidents..and you know teen's these days.. very risky.

people in here are so nice.. respectful..and religious..but not all of them... some of them are Muslims by name only...they are a littl eshow off .. you know . sometimes they treat non saudis in a very bad way cos they are not saudi.. which is wrong in our religion... and somtime you'll see the opposite .

The very big problem in here iseducation for males... it's too easy... English is not taken until grade 7. they start to take chemistry and physics and bio at grade 9. and alot of things. my parents took my brother out of his school at grade 3 and moved him into an international school...which its only in english.

female's education is not that good either but better then the male's. you can find anything you want in saudi arabia.. they call it the country of everything.. any kind of clothes.. any kind of food..any price,for all the levels.
it's the only country that is doing what most of our god told us to do. people come from all the Arab and the West countries to work...jobs in here are very easy to find, for most people.

this is what i know and what i see.. what do you want more .. ask me.


(I'm finding some disturbing information for Bangladesh, Iran, and India. You might have some firsthand knowledge for us.)
i cant help you with that ... i know the same disturbing informaion ...:D


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