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Reader comment on item: Homaidan Ali Al-Turki, Colorado Slave-holder
in response to reader comment: Stay on subject , nedal, we are talking about Laws not Faith in G-d, here

Submitted by human (United States), Mar 18, 2010 at 03:04

I agree with you to a certain degree, but there are some flaws to your logic. First of all, I whole heartedly agree that Saudi Arabian law has major issues, it's curruption being one of them. but note the U.S. system isn't as perfect as you paint it to be either. Though we are "nice" and "clean" mostly when it comes to racial, murder, or sexual assualt cases. Our country has a problem with its corporate area. But anyway, to the main point, yes their law system is crappy. Also, you quote the quran like you actually know understand what it says and teaches. and in your disillusionment you misinterpret the words into what ever suits your purpose. and with the point on obeying the laws against slavery in USA. hell yeah you better follow that law and even if it isnt, it still should be followed. human trafficking is disgusting and should be given more attention to. Saudi as a government is doing close to nothing to stoping such a vile practice.


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