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03-04-2014, 06:53 PM
This just in, atheists are terrorists!
So today we got our daily intel brief and at the bottom they had some news items, I found this one particularly interesting reading, and thought you would too, dont travel to Saudia Arabia with your GOODWITHOUTGOD tshirt proudly displayed..Unsure

Special Note- Saudi Arabia: The interior ministry is enforcing the new anti-terrorism law and new regulations on what constitutes "terrorism" in the Kingdom. The sweeping provisions criminalize virtually any expression or association critical of the Kingdom and its understanding of Islam. These "terrorism" provisions include the following:
Article 1: "Calling for atheist thought in any form, or calling into question the fundamentals of the Islamic religion on which this country is based."
Article 2: "Anyone who throws away their loyalty to the country's rulers, or who swears allegiance to any party, organization, current of thought, group, or individual inside or outside the kingdom."
Article 4: "Anyone who aids "terrorist" organizations, groups, currents of thought, associations, or parties, or demonstrates affiliation with them, or sympathy with them, or promotes them, or holds meetings under their umbrella, either inside or outside the kingdom; this includes participation in audio, written, or visual media; social media in its audio, written, or visual forms; internet websites; or circulating their contents in any form, or using slogans of these groups and currents of thought, or any symbols which point to support or sympathy with them."
Article 6: "Contact or correspondence with any groups, currents of thought, or individuals hostile to the kingdom."
Article 8: "Seeking to shake the social fabric or national cohesion, or calling, participating, promoting, or inciting sit-ins, protests, meetings, or group statements in any form, or anyone who harms the unity or stability of the kingdom by any means."
Article 9: "Attending conferences, seminars, or meetings inside or outside the kingdom targeting the security of society, or sowing discord in society."
Article 11: "Inciting or making countries, committees, or international organizations antagonistic to the kingdom."

Comment: The laws and supporting decrees were enacted in March. The new regulations are the most far reaching and restrictive of any enacted to date. They criminalize any form of protest or advocacy of reform. They are as severe and as authoritarian as any in North Korea. This is an indication of a regime that is not confident in the domestic situation. It is seeking to wrap repression in the veneer of legitimacy.

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03-04-2014, 07:43 PM
RE: This just in, atheists are terrorists!
(03-04-2014 06:53 PM)goodwithoutgod Wrote:  So today we got our daily intel brief and at the bottom they had some news items, I found this one particularly interesting reading, and thought you would too, dont travel to Saudia Arabia with your GOODWITHOUTGOD tshirt proudly displayed..Unsure

Special Note- Saudi Arabia: The interior ministry is enforcing the new anti-terrorism law and new regulations on what constitutes "terrorism" in the Kingdom. The sweeping provisions criminalize virtually any expression or association critical of the Kingdom and its understanding of Islam. These "terrorism" provisions include the following:
Article 1: "Calling for atheist thought in any form, or calling into question the fundamentals of the Islamic religion on which this country is based."
Article 2: "Anyone who throws away their loyalty to the country's rulers, or who swears allegiance to any party, organization, current of thought, group, or individual inside or outside the kingdom."
Article 4: "Anyone who aids "terrorist" organizations, groups, currents of thought, associations, or parties, or demonstrates affiliation with them, or sympathy with them, or promotes them, or holds meetings under their umbrella, either inside or outside the kingdom; this includes participation in audio, written, or visual media; social media in its audio, written, or visual forms; internet websites; or circulating their contents in any form, or using slogans of these groups and currents of thought, or any symbols which point to support or sympathy with them."
Article 6: "Contact or correspondence with any groups, currents of thought, or individuals hostile to the kingdom."
Article 8: "Seeking to shake the social fabric or national cohesion, or calling, participating, promoting, or inciting sit-ins, protests, meetings, or group statements in any form, or anyone who harms the unity or stability of the kingdom by any means."
Article 9: "Attending conferences, seminars, or meetings inside or outside the kingdom targeting the security of society, or sowing discord in society."
Article 11: "Inciting or making countries, committees, or international organizations antagonistic to the kingdom."

Comment: The laws and supporting decrees were enacted in March. The new regulations are the most far reaching and restrictive of any enacted to date. They criminalize any form of protest or advocacy of reform. They are as severe and as authoritarian as any in North Korea. This is an indication of a regime that is not confident in the domestic situation. It is seeking to wrap repression in the veneer of legitimacy.

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Our "Friends" the Saudis. SMFH...

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03-04-2014, 10:33 PM
RE: This just in, atheists are terrorists!
(03-04-2014 06:53 PM)goodwithoutgod Wrote:  So today we got our daily intel brief and at the bottom they had some news items, I found this one particularly interesting reading, and thought you would too, dont travel to Saudia Arabia with your GOODWITHOUTGOD tshirt proudly displayed..Unsure

Special Note- Saudi Arabia: The interior ministry is enforcing the new anti-terrorism law and new regulations on what constitutes "terrorism" in the Kingdom. The sweeping provisions criminalize virtually any expression or association critical of the Kingdom and its understanding of Islam. These "terrorism" provisions include the following:
Article 1: "Calling for atheist thought in any form, or calling into question the fundamentals of the Islamic religion on which this country is based."
Article 2: "Anyone who throws away their loyalty to the country's rulers, or who swears allegiance to any party, organization, current of thought, group, or individual inside or outside the kingdom."
Article 4: "Anyone who aids "terrorist" organizations, groups, currents of thought, associations, or parties, or demonstrates affiliation with them, or sympathy with them, or promotes them, or holds meetings under their umbrella, either inside or outside the kingdom; this includes participation in audio, written, or visual media; social media in its audio, written, or visual forms; internet websites; or circulating their contents in any form, or using slogans of these groups and currents of thought, or any symbols which point to support or sympathy with them."
Article 6: "Contact or correspondence with any groups, currents of thought, or individuals hostile to the kingdom."
Article 8: "Seeking to shake the social fabric or national cohesion, or calling, participating, promoting, or inciting sit-ins, protests, meetings, or group statements in any form, or anyone who harms the unity or stability of the kingdom by any means."
Article 9: "Attending conferences, seminars, or meetings inside or outside the kingdom targeting the security of society, or sowing discord in society."
Article 11: "Inciting or making countries, committees, or international organizations antagonistic to the kingdom."

Comment: The laws and supporting decrees were enacted in March. The new regulations are the most far reaching and restrictive of any enacted to date. They criminalize any form of protest or advocacy of reform. They are as severe and as authoritarian as any in North Korea. This is an indication of a regime that is not confident in the domestic situation. It is seeking to wrap repression in the veneer of legitimacy.

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Fuck you Saudi Arabia...

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03-04-2014, 10:36 PM
RE: This just in, atheists are terrorists!
(03-04-2014 10:33 PM)EvolutionKills Wrote:  
(03-04-2014 06:53 PM)goodwithoutgod Wrote:  So today we got our daily intel brief and at the bottom they had some news items, I found this one particularly interesting reading, and thought you would too, dont travel to Saudia Arabia with your GOODWITHOUTGOD tshirt proudly displayed..Unsure

Special Note- Saudi Arabia: The interior ministry is enforcing the new anti-terrorism law and new regulations on what constitutes "terrorism" in the Kingdom. The sweeping provisions criminalize virtually any expression or association critical of the Kingdom and its understanding of Islam. These "terrorism" provisions include the following:
Article 1: "Calling for atheist thought in any form, or calling into question the fundamentals of the Islamic religion on which this country is based."
Article 2: "Anyone who throws away their loyalty to the country's rulers, or who swears allegiance to any party, organization, current of thought, group, or individual inside or outside the kingdom."
Article 4: "Anyone who aids "terrorist" organizations, groups, currents of thought, associations, or parties, or demonstrates affiliation with them, or sympathy with them, or promotes them, or holds meetings under their umbrella, either inside or outside the kingdom; this includes participation in audio, written, or visual media; social media in its audio, written, or visual forms; internet websites; or circulating their contents in any form, or using slogans of these groups and currents of thought, or any symbols which point to support or sympathy with them."
Article 6: "Contact or correspondence with any groups, currents of thought, or individuals hostile to the kingdom."
Article 8: "Seeking to shake the social fabric or national cohesion, or calling, participating, promoting, or inciting sit-ins, protests, meetings, or group statements in any form, or anyone who harms the unity or stability of the kingdom by any means."
Article 9: "Attending conferences, seminars, or meetings inside or outside the kingdom targeting the security of society, or sowing discord in society."
Article 11: "Inciting or making countries, committees, or international organizations antagonistic to the kingdom."

Comment: The laws and supporting decrees were enacted in March. The new regulations are the most far reaching and restrictive of any enacted to date. They criminalize any form of protest or advocacy of reform. They are as severe and as authoritarian as any in North Korea. This is an indication of a regime that is not confident in the domestic situation. It is seeking to wrap repression in the veneer of legitimacy.

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Fuck you Saudi Arabia...

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SAUDI ARABIA,
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04-04-2014, 02:01 AM
RE: This just in, atheists are terrorists!
It's not like this is a new policy of theirs. They may have changed the language a bit to make it sound more menacing but really atheists have always been persecuted in Saudi Arabia, it generally carries a death sentence.

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04-04-2014, 07:06 AM
RE: This just in, atheists are terrorists!
(03-04-2014 10:36 PM)Taqiyya Mockingbird Wrote:  
(03-04-2014 10:33 PM)EvolutionKills Wrote:  Fuck you Saudi Arabia...

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That's funny, george takei is using memes to teach comedy or to break racial stereotypes in my state.
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04-04-2014, 08:15 AM
RE: This just in, atheists are terrorists!
Where can I sign up to receive funding. They do fund terrorist, right?
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04-04-2014, 05:03 PM
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Oh, Saudi Arabia.... Weeping




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04-04-2014, 07:57 PM
RE: This just in, atheists are terrorists!
This is already being discussed elsewhere on the forum.

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05-04-2014, 10:41 AM
RE: This just in, atheists are terrorists!
(04-04-2014 07:57 PM)earmuffs Wrote:  This is already being discussed elsewhere on the forum.

whoops, I took a quick scan and didnt see it posted so I figured I would since I found it appalling. Sorry I missed it. Shocking

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