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Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]
in response to reader comment: HARRAK :Discuss Saudi Arabia's non-muslims

Submitted by ForTheWest (United States), Feb 27, 2006 at 23:51


So Octavio is your "friend" now. Good. For your information, this forum is not your property and anyone is allowed to join in discussions. The proverb this time was boring. Find a better one next time.

Now lets get to the point in question. It was :
Why are non-muslims who live and work in Saudi Arabia treated so badly. They cannot have their schools, places of worship, their woman have to be burqas all the time when out, and cannot be seen alone unless accompanied by a man, and cannot drive. Non-muslims cannot even pray in privacy

Your brilliant answer should be published under "Conspiracy theories that are hilarious" . It was :

"Listen, you ask me about freedom of speech in S. Arabia. Soudi Arabia is an American protectorate. USA protects it. So untill the soudis are free from dictatorship imposed by American Bush n Richard Cheney, than we can discuss Islam there. So ask your congress man to bring up the issue (or your MP) and not me."

You have an 18-year-old daughter, and a blackberry . So what ?? Is this a rare phenomenon to you?
Our poor "homeless" people in the USA do not go begging for welfare in Denmark or any muslim country. They are taken care of here.

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