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injustice in the country of freedom (as they assume)

Reader comment on item: Homaidan Ali Al-Turki, Colorado Slave-holder

Submitted by noha (Saudi Arabia), Sep 1, 2006 at 14:11

i'm saudi (i'm proud of that) .now let me ask you few questions.

do you believe that you live in the country of freedom?

why do you hate us ?

al turki's case shows that your courts are prejudiced against saudi arabia.now. imagine that an american works in our country ,and committed rape or killed someone what'll happen to him ? according to our laws we will punish him according to islam religion than any one who killed a person he deserves to be killed .... then all of human's rights organisations in your country will demand to bring back your citizen. that means you make him innocent .

now you accept to punish our citizen unfairly. where is the human's right organisation from humaidan al turki's case????


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Daniel Pipes replies:

"do you believe that you live in the country of freedom?" Yes, the United States is the outstanding country for freedom, despite it's many flaws and mistakes.

"why do you hate us?" We do not hate you. We hate the Wahhabi ideology that comes out of Saudi Arabia.

"where is the human's right organisation from humaidan al turki's case????" Hard to see why a human rights organization would support a man who rapes and enslaves his servant, don't you think?

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