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Submitted by Free Pen (Algeria), May 22, 2017 at 15:41

I share your opinion perfectly because I think that the cradle of Wahhabism is Mecca as Iran has the same objective of the cradle of the Mullah in Qom.
Frankly, I'm afraid that the alliance of the royal family and the Wahhabi could change President Trump's views on the fight against terrorism.

I was disgusted when I heard that Saudi Arabia, one of the worst human Rights and women's rights violators On the Status of Women by a secret ballot. The United States is a leading Voice on that commission, but the U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, Saudi regime and refuse to speak out Against this outrageous hypocrisy.

Saudi Arabia is notorious for its abysmal treatment of women. Women are To be strictly guardianship System that requires a relative relative's permission to travel, expect school, Get work, or even seek medical attention. Saudi Arabia is the only Country in the world, a practice that severely Limits women's independence and autonomy.

Allowing the most misogynist society in the world to join a commission Designed to empower women is disgraceful! It makes me feel personally Violated and invisible. It is a slap in the face to heroic women around the World who risk their lives every day to achieve their rights. It Jeopardizes the integrity of the United Nations itself.

I think that the majority of Western countries are complicit in this dirty game because I find that Saudi Arabia to the extreme hate preachers. What has been done? And what do we do today? Saudi Arabia against all odds. Oil, you know ... For oil, all the principles fall.

It is well known, money has no smell. Officially, Saudi Arabia is fighting against ISIS and this country supports the United Nation's anti-terrorist program. But it is nothing more than a facade. All reports continue to show that the most radical Salafists continues to receive ideological and material support from the Saudi kingdom. According to a memo from Hillary Clinton published by Wikileaks, Saudi donors constitute the most important source of financial support for terrorist groups in the world. It is more important than ever that the United States and European countries stop this double standard policy and cut their financial and military ties with Saudi Arabia.

Allow me to confirm that the ideological and financial source of terrorism, violence, fanaticism against Jews and non-Muslims lies in this organization: http://www.alifta.net/Fatawa/MoftyDetails.aspx?languagename=en&ID= 7

I think the US authorities are aware of this and I am suggesting for the nth time that this organization be reformed in the short and long term to confirm their good intentions.

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