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Israel suspends peace talks in response to Palestinian unity deal
The Saudi government has ordered that shops that employ both men and women to set up separation walls to ensure that the two sexes are separated while they work.
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If the people were smart they would rise up against that bloody al Saud regime. They should dish out all the abuse to them & their families that they like to deliver to everyone else. It's disgusting that the ordinary people pay with their lives for the same thing that royal trash does every day. How come no one hacks off their heads?
Im a saudi lady, and yes I am a law class citizen in this males- run country!
@paulpace you sound crazy, as crazy as the extremist Christians of the crusade.
@this article: It's one province in Saudi Arabia. Jeddah vs Riyadh, Texas vs California. Salt Lake City to Los Angeles. The down south vs New York. Amsterdam vs the Vatican. China vs Japan. Apples vs oranges. Just because your country has had a organic revolution does not make it your duty to force change in others.
I like women in bikinis. I agree, the Arabs are sexually depraved, so it's time to get a new God.
Saudi's are a joke.... look at how woman live there compared to Syria. Stay strong Bashar Al Assad!
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