The religious police in the totalitarian dictatorship Saudi Arabia, which is one of the best friends of Barack Obama and some European states, at least due the arms deals and oil, deported three too handsome men because women could find these guys “irresistible”. The deportation is another strange act happening in Saudi Arabia.
The three “too handsome” men, at least too handsome for the religious police (Mutaween) in Saudi Arabia, were subsequently sent back to the UAE after the Saudi religious police deemed that girls in Saudi Arabia could find these guys too “irresistible” – although an official statement by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) states that there could be another reason for this deportation of the too sexy guys in Saudi Arabia.
The three delegates from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) were in Saudi Arabia due the Jenadrivah Heritage & Culture Festival in Riyadh in the Said capital – but not for long. The Saudi religious polices stormed the stand of these three delegates at the Festival and evicted them. Why?
According to the known Arabic newspaper Elaph, just because Saudi women could think these three guys from the UAE are really sexy and attractive – the article at Elaph stated, that the men were deported because they “are too handsome” for Saudi Arabia – at least for the religious police (Mutaween) in this totalitarian dictatorship under the rotten family al-Saud.
Saudi Arabia: The Mutaween – religious police
The so-called Mutaween in Saudi Arabia, the religious police in this Gulf State, should enforce the Sharia law as it was and is defined by the government. The religious police over there consist of more than 3,500 officers and many volunteers. Of course, the Mutaween (religious police) has the rights to arrest males and females, especially unrelated males and females, when they were caught socializing and kissing. In addition, prostitution or homosexual behaviour is not allowed in Saudi Arabia. That`s a reason why some Saudis enjoy their trips to other states. These are just some examples of the power of this religious police in Saudi Arabia.
Some acts like the banning of Valentine’s Day gifts, the use of flogging in order to punish alleged violators and the arrests of priests for just saying Mass belong to the really crazy events in Saudi Arabia. There are also more examples for interested readers. Google is your friend.
But it is too mention that probably the most serious and also criticized incident happened on March 11 in the year 2002. The religious police in Saudi Arabia prevented schoolgirls from escaping a burning school in Mecca – because the schoolgirls were not wearing headscarves and abayas (the black robes). And if they had worn abayas and headscarves – they had no male guardian. The result? 15 schoolgirls died and 50 girls were injured.
In terms of the three deported and too handsome delegates from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Saudi Arabia, Elpah further reported that the members of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vices feared the situation that all the female visitors of the Jenadrivah Heritage & Culture Festival in Riyadh “could fall for them” – while the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have released a statement which indicates that the Saudi religious police members at the festival were anxious over the (probably unexpected) presence of one female artist in the pavilion.
But all these strange events in Saudi Arabia and the behaviour of the totalitarian regime in this Gulf State does not matter for the Western governments. As long as Saudi Arabia has oil and money and as long as Saudi Arabia buys Western weapons, deals with Israel and supports American interests – there is no problem for Western democratic governments with the terrorism, violence and human rights situation in Saudi Arabia.
Even Saudi delegates or parts of the rotten ruling family of al-Saud can travel e.g. to Germany and there is no word of criticism in the media or stated by German politicians – as it just has happened. But if the Russian President Vladimir Putin travels to Germany, the outcry about the human rights in Russia is reaching an enormous level.
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