Our friends in Saudi Arabia apparently don't agree with freedom of speech. Saudis 'to review' flogging of blogger Raif Badawi Saudi Arabia enforces a strict version of Islamic law and does not tolerate political dissent. It has some of the highest social media usage rates in the region, and has cracked down on domestic online criticism, imposing harsh punishments.
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The Boston Bomber, famous for hiding in a boat in someone's backyard on a trailer after running over his brother, Speed Bump. After they set the bombs off at the Boston Marathon. And Boston wants the Olympics? NFW. Dzhokhar T? In prison until Obama pardons him on his way out the W.H. door out of spite. Same as Gitmo.
Peter King: In this Feb. 27, 2015, photo, Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., stands outside the House chamber holds a procedural votes on a spending bill for the Homeland Security Department at the Capitol in Washington, Friday, Feb. 27, 2015. Democrats didn’t get all they wanted in Congress’ struggle over Homeland Security, but many feel they are winning a broader political war that will haunt Republicans in 2016 and beyond. King said his party’s wounds are self-inflicted. "Politically it’s going to…
USA: Basketball Player Won’t Stand for National Anthem — Because He is Muslim Hugh Fitzgerald explains here, “Islam teaches — inculcates, rather — the notion that Muslims do not owe any allegiance to non-Muslims, not to their countries, not to their institutions, legal and political, not to anything.” - Deport
Saudischer Blogger Badawi findet keinen Anwalt - Ensaf Haidar, Ehefrau des saudischen Bloggers Raif Badawi, der zu 1.000 Peitschenhieben verurteilt - Die Ehefrau des zu Peitschenhieben verurteilten Bloggers Raif Badawi hofft auf deutsche Hilfe. Mit der ZEIT sprach sie über die verzweifelte Lage ihrer Familie. http://www.zeit.de/gesellschaft/zeitgeschehen/2015-01/saudi-arabien-raif-badawi-blogger-interview-ehefrau-ensaf-haidar