Woman From Burma (Myanmar) Beheaded in the Streets of Saudi Arabia (Video)

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Burmese Woman Beheaded in Saudi Arabia (resized)

by, Walid Shoebat | Shoebat.com

“I did not commit the murder. I did not commit the murder” cries out the woman as she was dragged off to the street to get beheaded. “I will not forgive you. I will not forgive you” she adds telling her executioners that she will not forgive them for what they were about to do to her. She insists crying out “This is injustice. This is injustice”.

The scene shows what the Saudi authorities have carried out Tuesday morning, the seventh death sentence since the beginning of 2015, this time it was a lady from Burma (Myanmar) who as the report claims was “accused of killing her seven year old step daughter using a broom stick in her vagina and anus”.  Is it possible that the young girl was molested by a family member and died to only frame this foreigner? We will never find out…

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Saudi Arabia Planning 600-Mile Wall Due To Threat Of Invasion By ISIS And Other Terror Groups

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Even before it’s built, she already sees the writing on the wall …

Isaiah 21:1-2, “An oracle concerning theDesert by the Sea: Like whirlwinds sweeping through the southland, an invader comes from the desert, from a land of terror. A dire vision has been shown to me: The traitor betrays, the looter takes loot.Elam, attack! Media, lay siege! I will bring to an end allthe groaning she caused.”

Revelation 17:1…

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Saudi activists ‘hibernate’ after series of arrests

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The first time I came across Waleed Abulkhair’s name was about five years ago, when I was following Samar Badawi’s case. Badawi was being abused by her father, and despite medical and psychological reports from Saudi hospitals and shelters proving this, a court ruled in her father’s favor and sent Badawi to prison on charges of disobeying her father.

For seven months, Waleed Abulkhair desperately tried to get her released, but to no avail. He then proposed that they go public, with an online campaign about Badawi’s situation. She agreed, and the ensuing publicity shamed the courts into releasing her within six days from the start of the campaign, which immediately went viral. Abulkhair proposed marriage to Badawi, and it took six months of court procedures to release her from her father’s guardianship to Abulkhair’s. One of my favorite interviews is a 2011 BBC radio program featuring the couple, during…

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Saudi Arabia and Its Christian UN Ambassador

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united nations nycKing Faisal ibn Abd al Aziz ibn Saud made significant social reforms during his reign as King.  Most Saudis likely are aware that it was King Faisal whose ruling in 1962 abolished slavery in Saudi Arabia.  He also encouraged public education through the press, radio and television. His wife, Iffat, was active in movements for the education of women.

It was during King Faisal’s reign that many of the Saudi Ministries, Government agencies and Welfare Programs were established.  He created the Ministry of Justice in 1970 and with its creation, inaugurated the country’s first ‘five year plan’ for economic development.  In 1974 he was named Time Magazine “Man of the Year.”

However one action taken by King Faisal is perhaps lesser known or discussed was his appointment of Jameel Al Barudi as the Saudi Ambassador to the United Nations during the 1950/60’s time period.  What makes Al Barudi’s appointment unusual…

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Saudi Arabia and Its Christian UN Ambassador

American Bedu

united nations nycKing Faisal ibn Abd al Aziz ibn Saud made significant social reforms during his reign as King.  Most Saudis likely are aware that it was King Faisal whose ruling in 1962 abolished slavery in Saudi Arabia.  He also encouraged public education through the press, radio and television. His wife, Iffat, was active in movements for the education of women.

It was during King Faisal’s reign that many of the Saudi Ministries, Government agencies and Welfare Programs were established.  He created the Ministry of Justice in 1970 and with its creation, inaugurated the country’s first ‘five year plan’ for economic development.  In 1974 he was named Time Magazine “Man of the Year.”

However one action taken by King Faisal is perhaps lesser known or discussed was his appointment of Jameel Al Barudi as the Saudi Ambassador to the United Nations during the 1950/60’s time period.  What makes Al Barudi’s appointment unusual…

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Women Driving in Saudi Arabia: 1990 — Are We Still There?

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Saudi women driving

On 06 November 1990,  Saudi women took to the streets of Riyadh during the first gulf war in their attempt for emancipation and to achieve additional rights.  47 Saudi women took to the streets of Riyadh protesting the laws which prohibited them from the right to drive.  Sadly, in retrospect, little forward movement or progression resulted from the actions of the 47 maverick trail blazers.  Instead some were arrested and most of them had their passports confiscated.  A few were ordered to close down successful businesses they had at the time.  The families and especially husbands and fathers were impacted as well.  They were publicly chastised and presented as unable to control the women in their family. 

 

Women driving in the Kingdom has hit the news again in the Kingdom and stories on this subject are being picked up and posted…

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Women Driving in Saudi Arabia: 1990 — Are We Still There?

American Bedu

Saudi women driving

On 06 November 1990,  Saudi women took to the streets of Riyadh during the first gulf war in their attempt for emancipation and to achieve additional rights.  47 Saudi women took to the streets of Riyadh protesting the laws which prohibited them from the right to drive.  Sadly, in retrospect, little forward movement or progression resulted from the actions of the 47 maverick trail blazers.  Instead some were arrested and most of them had their passports confiscated.  A few were ordered to close down successful businesses they had at the time.  The families and especially husbands and fathers were impacted as well.  They were publicly chastised and presented as unable to control the women in their family. 

 

Women driving in the Kingdom has hit the news again in the Kingdom and stories on this subject are being picked up and posted…

View original post 629 more words