Oil gives power to Saudi Arabia but its still living in the 14th century.

Discussion in 'Economics' started by oraclewizard77, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. oraclewizard77

    oraclewizard77 Moderator

    DUBAI (Reuters) - Rights group Amnesty International has described as "deeply shocking" Saudi Arabia's beheading of a woman convicted on charges of "sorcery and witchcraft," saying it underlined the urgent need to end executions in the kingdom.

    Saudi national Amina bint Abdul Halim bin Salem Nasser was executed on Monday in the northern province of al-Jawf after being tried and convicted for practicing sorcery, the interior ministry said, without giving details of the charges.

  2. Roark


    It's an evil country. Mecca should be flattened and the oil seized and the money used to bring the savages into the 21st century.
  3. I wouldn't be at all surprised if the "sorcery/witchcraft" they were eluding to she was practicing was in fact christianity.

    the arabs don't like ppl spreading christianity in their neck of the woods
  4. toc


    there are two most bloodthirsty, hate mongering and voilent religions on earth.

    these two religions are christianity and islam. till the time these two religions are in the dominant stage on earth, there will be lots of wars, genocides, political and economic turmoils hurting the human race.

    age of pisces is over and these two religions should see constant and rapid decline in the age of aquarius and humanity might soon enter an era of 10,000 year of peace.

    ps: very strong statements above but they did not originate from me but from ancient astrological prophecy.

  5. Roark


    Yep, those damn Lutherans blew up another plane, beheaded a witch, and killed their daughter for consorting with a non-muslim man. But I get your point. You're afraid to say anything bad about islam w/o equating it with christianity because you're afraid someone might call you a racist.

    It is quite obvious islam is a religion of peace. Welcome to 1984.
  6. toc


    if you read history you might find that christainity has killed and plundered more peoples and civilizations than islam. it may be because islam did not get same opportunities to do so. still for human race to reach some sort of spiritual balance these two religions need to fade away from the main stage.

  7. Roark


    Yes, Christians terrify me. People who leave Christianity are called apostates and sentenced to death. Whoops, that Islam.

    OK, try again. People who criticize Christianity are called heretics and killed, like that Theo van Gogh. Whoops, that was Islam.

    Christians kills people over cartoons depicting Jesus. Whoops, that was Islams over depictions of Mohammmed.

    Christians are bad people because they engage in gender apartheid, treat women like donkeys and perform cliterectomies on their daughters. Whoops, that Muslims.

    Mormons are bad people because they engage in polygamy. Whoops that ended more than a century ago. It's Muslims that practice polygamy.

    Well, whatever, Christians are just really bad people because they have this holiday called Christmas to celebrate peace on earth and goodwill towards men, while Muslims use it an opportunity to commit mass murder.
  8. toc


    still for human race to reach some sort of spiritual balance these two religions need to fade away from the main stage.

  9. Roark


    How timely, just in time for xmas, another Muslim mass murder: <a href="http://www.faithfreedom.org/features/news/muslim-gunman-in-belgium-kills-5-and-injures-122/">Muslim Gunman in Belgium kills 5 and injures 122</a>

    December 13, 2011 — LIEGE, Belgium — Summoned for questioning by Belgian police, Nordine Amrani, a Muslim man with a history of weapons and drug offenses left home armed with hand grenades, a revolver and an assault rifle. Stopping at a central square filled with holiday shoppers, he lobbed three grenades into the crowd, then opened fire.

    Five people were killed, including an 18-month-old toddler, and 122 were wounded in the assault Tuesday that brought tragedy to the pre-Christmas season of students reveling in exam results and preschoolers enchanted by brightly lit trees and holiday stalls.