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Robert Ariail for January 18, 2019

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    Baslim the Beggar Premium Member 11 months ago

    From the Jail of the Veil, they wail..

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    Daeder  11 months ago

    Medieval, modern Saudi Arabia.

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    Zev Bellringer Premium Member 11 months ago

    Pretty much the goal of our Republican brethren.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 11 months ago

    Preacher Pence’s dream for America…

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    Teto85 Premium Member 11 months ago

    It’s been that way for about 1400 years or so.

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    Ross Shales  11 months ago

    Our allies

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    wirepunchr  11 months ago

    Wahabi. When modern Saudi Arabia was founded after WW1 the installed “Royalty” worked with very conservative Wahabi sect of Islam for their support which continues to this day.

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    superposition  11 months ago

    Is the strong belief in government austerity, zero-tolerance, homophobia, xenophobia, etc — seen in representatives the evangelicals elect — inspired by the American evangelical sect’s emulation of the Saudi Arabian Wahabi sect?

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  11 months ago

    “Our partner for peace and democracy in the Middle East.”

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    JohnHarry Premium Member 11 months ago

    Just think how the world would change if half the women in SA killed their husbands in their sleep.

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    BeniHanna6 Premium Member 11 months ago

    Saw a 60 minutes report sunday on Saudi Arabia on the crown prince and they covered the murder of the reporter. One very interesting thing about the report was that the crown prince is extremely liked, positive 90%. Here is a New Yorker article that acknowledges his popularity prior to the murder. It then goes on to western SPECULATION of how this will affect the crown prince, but puts out no facts. This is a problem with the modern press, way too much speculation and lack of facts. By doing this are they trying to influence the public to their way of thinking? : https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/can-saudi-arabias-crown-prince-mohammed-bin-salman-survive-the-jamal-khashoggi-murder

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    William Bednar Premium Member 11 months ago

    Well, Saudi Arabia does want to keep things as they were in the seventh century. Looks like it’s succeeding.

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    squiggle9  11 months ago

    Feminist movement – where are you?

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