saudi arabia is Hell!

  • Riyadh,saudi Arabia..one of horrific crime of saudi regime..nineteen year old Princess Misha'al bint Fahd al Saud and her lover Khalid Muhalhal were publicly executed in a Jeddah parking lot without benefit of trial.She however secretly married a Lebanese (i think), he was no where as wealthy as her Billionaire family, even though he was a fellow Muslim. Anyhow they planned an escape. She shaved her head and dresses as a man to leave the country....they got through security. When in the plane, the Palace had asked for all the planes even to be searched.
    The security found both her and her husband and dragged them to the palace where all the princesses in the house at the time were told to witness what was to happen. So they do not follow in Misha'ill's footsteps. The grandad ordered the murder of the husband first. Misha'il pleaded that he was a masoom, an innocent. He was beheaded first and then so was she. They have been buried in unmarked graves.
    Imprisoned and exiled for denouncing man who raped her
    Isma Mahmood, of Pakistani parents, reported a man who raped her in Medina,saudi arabia. She was chained for six months in jail and then expelled from the country. The perpetrator, a Saudi man, got away scot-free.
    Karachi (AsiaNews/Agencies:afp)

    Expelled after six months in prison in Saudi Arabia for reporting the man who raped her: this was the fate of Isma Mahmood, 16 years, who has been in the care of the Ansar Burney Trust for a month in Pakistan. "It's difficult for me to talk about what happened to me," admitted the teenager, now in Karachi with her sister Muna, 18 years, who was also deported.
    Isma was raped in the holy city of Medina.
    "I was the victim, I was raped but I was named as the accused, and the man who committed the crime was not touched," she said. "He first kidnapped me, dragged me into his car. At first he asked to sleep with me and offered good money. When I refused and tried to resist, he warned me of dire consequences and raped me in the car."
    The man warned her she would be imprisoned if she went to the police
    I am very powerful and could declare you a bad girl
    threatened Isma and Muna, warning they would be punished unless they kept silent, she said,
    They were also threatened with harsh consequences if Isma and her sister talked.
    "I and my sister went to police anyhow as we expected justice. But after a few hours of filing the report, we realised this would not be the case," Isma said.
    Muna was also arrested and jailed, just because she testified on her sister's behalf. "They don't support immigrants and protect Saudi nationals," Isma said.
    The two women said most detainees in the cell were Pakistani, Indonesian and Nigerian women.“Once a jail official offered me help and assured me I would be released if I agreed to sleep with him ”
    Many had come to Saudi Arabia illegally and had been accused of prostitution.
    Muna said: "We were chained all during this period. The only time jail officials removed the chain was during lunch or when anyone went to the bathroom or at prayer time."
    The chairperson of the Ansar Burney Trust told many Asian women drawn to saudi Arabia by pledges of good wages as domestics or nurses, were later forced into prostitution.
    Radio program about the 1980 documentary Death of a Princess (Princess Misha'al bint Fahd al Saud 1958 -- 1977). This Saudi princess was executed with her lover in 1977 on account of adultry. (less)
    She was murdered on the orders of her grandfather for not marrying into a fellow royal and rich family.
    Once upon a time, not too long ago, in a place not too far from here there lived a princess. Princess Misha'al, it is said, was a wilful and privileged daughter of an admirable house and grand niece to the King when she forsook her aged husband for the arms of a younger lover. On a mid-July day of 1977, nineteen year old Princess Misha'al bint Fahd al Saud and her lover Khalid Muhalhal were publicly executed in a Jeddah parking lot without benefit of trial.

    She however secretly married a Lebanese (i think), he was no where as wealthy as her Billionaire family, even though he was a fellow Muslim. Anyhow they planned an escape. She shaved her head and dresses as a man to leave the country....they got through security. When in the plane, the Palace had asked for all the planes even to be searched.

    The security found both her and her husband and dragged them to the palace where all the princesses in the house at the time were told to witness what was to happen. So they do not follow in Misha'ill's footsteps. The grandad ordered the murder of the husband first. Misha'il pleaded that he was a masoom, an innocent. He was shot first and then so was she. They have been buried in unmarked graves.
    Misha'al bint Fahd al Saud was a Saudi Arabian princess who was a victim of an honour killing, being publicly killed by her own family on a trumped-up charge of adultery in 1977, at the age of 19. She was a granddaughter of Prince Muhammad bin Abdul Aziz, who was an older brother of the then King of Saudi Arabia, Khalid bin Abdul Aziz. She was legally married according to the Sharia, but the king refused to recognize her marriage to a commoner.
    I must emphasise that Misha'il did nothing against her religion or anything of the sort. In fact her religion had given her the rights her culture would not. The acts carried out by her family, by murdering her are extremely UN-ISLAMIC and by murdering her have in fact created the biggest sin. As Islam states, killing 1 person is like killing the whole of humanity.
    Teenage Girl Faces Beheading in Saudi Arabia
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    Dana Hughes Reports:

    The family of a 19-year-old Sri Lankan girl is pleading for her life after a Saudi Arabian court sentenced her to death by beheading.

    The court found Rizana Nafeek, 19, guilty of murdering a child in her care while working in the country. Her family (parents pictured above) has appealed the sentence, and human rights groups are calling for the Saudi government to overturn it.

    At 17, Rizana Nafeek was sent to Saudi Arabia after the tsunami to work as a maid and make money for her family in Sri Lanka. But after only a few weeks and no child care training, her employers put her in charge of their 4-month-old baby. The baby died, and Nafeek was charged with murder, tried without an attorney and sentenced to death.
    Indonesian Maid Raped by 46 Saudi 'Men'

    Arab News 29 January 2009

    MAKKAH. Police denied yesterday that an Indonesian maid who was raped by many people in December is an AIDS carrier as reported by several newspapers recently, Al-Watan newspaper reported.

    “We do not have evidence that the rape victim or the suspects are carriers of sex-related diseases,” said Maj. Abdul Muhsin Al-Mayman, spokesman for Makkah Police.

    Local newspapers reported on Tuesday that 46 men, including a police officer, raped the 38-year-old maid who ran away from her sponsor in the Al-Nuzhah district of the city in (...)
    Saudi's Penis Reattached After Maid Cut's It Off... May 9, 2006 — Surgeons have reattached the penis of a Saudi
    man who paid the price for trying to have sex with his
    Filipina maid and she attacked him with a knife, a hospital
    source said on Monday.

    "This is a sophisticated operation. You are dealing with an
    organ in a difficult area and you want to try to return to
    its efficiency," said a spokesman at Riyadh's Takhassusi
    Hospital.

    Earlier this month newspapers reported that the maid
    removed her employer's manhood when he tried to molest her
    in the middle of the night as his wife was sleeping. The
    maid is now in police custody.
    14 Oct 2008 ... A Filipino worker was beheaded in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday after his death sentence was affirmed by the kingdom’s Supreme Court
    Saudi Arabia has public beheadings not only for murderer (that would be one thing) but also for such ”crimes” as adultery, homosexuality, and drug use.
    Bedoya, approx 22 years of age, resisted the rape attempt of a Saudi man. He fought. And in the fight, killed the Saudi man who raped him.
    Filipino overseas worker beheaded in Saudi Arabia
    Manila - A Filipino overseas worker convicted of killing a Saudi Arabian national was executed Tuesday, a senior Philippine official said. Foreign Undersecretary Esteban Conejos said Jenifer Bidoya was beheaded after his death sentence was affirmed by the Saudi Arabia Supreme Court.

    Conejos said Bidoya was sentenced to death by the Jeddah Sharia Grand Court in April 2007 for killing a Saudi national Royal guard.

    Bidoya's execution was carried out despite the appeal for clemency of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to Saudi Arabia King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud.
    RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Saudi authorities on Saturday beheaded an Indonesian maid convicted of killing her employer, the Interior Ministry announced.

    Anonymous 15 Feb 2009, 09:12 - Report
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