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Title: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: J. B A N A N A S on November 13, 2012, 09:31:09 PM
Any Saudis on board that want to justify? Maybe some sympathizers?

http://listverse.com/2012/11/12/top-10-everyday-things-banned-in-saudi-arabia/ (http://listverse.com/2012/11/12/top-10-everyday-things-banned-in-saudi-arabia/)
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: Sikotic™ on November 13, 2012, 11:59:30 PM
I am in full support of #10 and #1. They rest are a little too much.
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: Aladin on November 14, 2012, 05:05:26 AM
Any Saudis on board that want to justify? Maybe some sympathizers?

http://listverse.com/2012/11/12/top-10-everyday-things-banned-in-saudi-arabia/ (http://listverse.com/2012/11/12/top-10-everyday-things-banned-in-saudi-arabia/)

It is not Saud or their sympathisers you should look for.
Because there is not any.

First:
Their scholars have all these strange ideas that they implement that has no basis in Islam.

For Example: A woman can not drive!
If You go back 2 the start of Islam.
Muslim woman rode camels and horses. So if they allowed that mean of Transportation how are they not allowed this mean of transportation.


Second this top ten is biased and nonfactual:
They say women are not allowed 2 go 2 school, that is Bull@#$%

The greatest teacher in Islam is the wife of the Prophet, A woman.


I tell you a funny story of the past, In Islam a man cannot prevent his wife(s) from going 2 learn.
The Sultan had a wife who he loved very much.
But he was uncomfortable that his wife would go out late and study.

So what he did, when she went out.
He followed her, until she was in an ally. And when she passed by him, he stepped on her dress.
Making her fall in a poodle of water and dirt.
She was embarrassed and ran  back home.

Where he was waiting 2 comfort her.

The next day she tried again.
This time he hid in an ally dressed as a goon. And came yelling, scaring the hell out of her.

She ran again home, and since that incident decided she would not want 2 go out late anymore.

But 2 end this discussion about women.

In the Holy quran 'As for those who lead a righteous life, male or female, while believing, they enter Paradise; without the slightest injustice.'

So in eyes of God mankind is only differint in righteousness.

But God also says. That man and woman are like day and night.

Meaning Day and night compliment each other, when day and night meet each other it is like a sparkle.
Have you ever scene a magical sunset or sunrise. That is the same sparkle that you can have with a woman.

Only modern western civilisation today says NO, day can be night and night can be day... There is no difference.
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: The Overfiend on November 16, 2012, 09:11:37 PM
^This is what I like to see. You're ok in my book now.


Lol @ No.4.

Imagine if the Saudi's type of Islam took over the world, it would put Orwell's dystopia to shame.
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: Sccit on November 18, 2012, 04:00:11 PM
no female drivers sounds like a great idea
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: Aladin on November 19, 2012, 01:57:04 AM
no female drivers sounds like a great idea

LOL  That is right.  ;D

But No, from islamic point of view it is not allowed 2 forbid them 2 drive.
Only the Saudi version forbids that.

For Example Iran, which is also a islamic theocracy. women are allowed 2 drive.
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: Sikotic™ on November 19, 2012, 02:35:00 AM
Bitches dont need to be operating no heavy machinery.........except for this dick.
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: Fraxxx on November 19, 2012, 10:02:23 AM
Bitches dont need to be operating no heavy machinery.........except for this dick.

lol
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: Infinite Trapped in 1996 on November 20, 2012, 03:22:38 PM
Bitches dont need to be operating no heavy machinery.........except for this dick.

lol  8)
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: Infinite Trapped in 1996 on November 22, 2012, 02:05:31 PM

But No, from islamic point of view it is not allowed 2 forbid them 2 drive.
Only the Saudi version forbids that.

For Example Iran, which is also a islamic theocracy. women are allowed 2 drive.

Right.  Hate to say it, because I would like to say that all Muslims are Muslims and that it is all peace, love, and brotherhood, but I can no longer afford to be naive.

The Wahhabi's branch of Islam (which calls themselves Salafi's) was founded by Abdul-Wahhab a couple centuries ago in that region, they began by declaring the Ottoman Empire and other Muslims Kuffar (heretics) and fought them, they formed an alliance with the Saud family and they now control the religious politics of Saudi Arabia.  Through Saudi's oil money and strategic position they've also been able to spread their ideas to the rest of the Muslim world with varying degrees of success.
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: Teddy Roosevelt on November 24, 2012, 03:52:54 PM
Second this top ten is biased and nonfactual:
They say women are not allowed 2 go 2 school, that is Bull@#$%
The article doesn't say women are not allowed to go to school. Ditch the straw man argument.
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: Aladin on November 29, 2012, 07:06:03 AM
Second this top ten is biased and nonfactual:
They say women are not allowed 2 go 2 school, that is Bull@#$%
The article doesn't say women are not allowed to go to school. Ditch the straw man argument.


Now it does not say that, they changed the article, it is edited: November 12, 2012

So the writer cleaned up his act and made it "music school"

But the original article, you probably can find back in archive, I believe. Is that the website that archives alll websites?

Anyway.. they changed it. That makes my argument only more true!!
Title: Re: Top 10 Everyday Things Banned in Saudi Arabia.
Post by: DJ SUGAFREE QUIK on December 17, 2012, 10:26:51 PM
Reading the laws there, i'd be critical about lots of things in america but saudi arabia sucks.  Pathetic rules.

Bitches dont need to be operating no heavy machinery.........except for this dick.
Classic!