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Saudi Justice? are you kidding!

Reader comment on item: Homaidan Ali Al-Turki, Colorado Slave-holder
in response to reader comment: injustice in the country of freedom (as they assume)

Submitted by Nadim (United States), Apr 1, 2008 at 23:57

Saudi Shmaudi...Hey miss self righteous Saudi, tell you a little story, anecdotal at that. Lebanese engineer goes to KSA to design oil worker residences and water treatment/waste water treatment facility in 1972. Engineer is Christian. Lebanese engineer gets in a car accident caused by Saudi driver.

Saudi driver takes engineer to court (uhmmm, sshhharia court, yeah that'd be the one) and engineer loses because hey, the muslim always wins over the Christian. So what happened? I'll tell ya.

Saudi court gives Lebanese engineer plane ticket back to 'merca and takes all his upfront investment and design drawings as payment for the poor innocent Saudi muslim driver who caused the accident. See the Saudis make you put up money for project first and then they pay you back later, maybe.

Lebanese engineer comes home to a family of 4 and nearly loses everything. There is your Saudi justice. Leave my country now! Americans are waking up and so is the world.


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