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    Saudi moral committee threatens to cover “tempting” women’s eyes
    16 November 2011


    Women with sexy eyes in Saudi Arabia may be forced to cover them up, according to the spokesperson of the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (CPVPV) in the conservative Gulf kingdom.

    Spokesman of the Ha’eal district, Sheikh Motlab al-Nabet said the committee has the right to stop a women whose eyes seem “tempting” and order her to cover them immediately.

    Saudi women are already forced to wear a loose black dress and to cover their hair and in some areas, their face, while in public or face fines or sometimes worse, including public lashings.

    The announcement came days after the Saudi newspaper al-Watan reported that a Saudi man was admitted to a hospital after a fight with a member of the committee when he ordered his wife to cover her eyes. The husband was then stabbed twice in the hand.

    The CPVPV is Saudi’s Sharia, Islamic law, executive arm and was founded in 1940 to ensure Islamic laws are not broken in public, yet over the years, the committee has been largely criticized over its human rights violations.

    In 2002, the committee refused to let female students out of their burning schools in Mecca for “not wearing the proper head cover,” which contributed to a large number of dead.

    15 young girls died in the fire and dozens more were injured. The CPVPV men banned the firemen and policemen from accessing the girls as “it is not okay for girls to be seen without their full Islamic dress in front of strangers.”

    The committee, which only accepts and trains volunteers, has questionable powers on the Saudi street, as they operate under the supervision of the King himself.

    A Wikileaks document released last year mentioned that “wild Western-style parties” are regularly held at royal palaces in Jeddah, away from the reach of the committee, who stands helpless against any royal violations.

    It was reported that the parties had alcohol, drugs, dancing and sex, according to American consulate wires published by the whistle-blower organization.
    http://bikyamasr.com/48621/saudi-mor...ng-women-eyes/

    Margot this ones for you.

    Tell us how, since you are the expert on the Saudi madness how these judges of morality judge the 'tempting'.

    Do you not see how seriously crazy this Malekat Al Arabeya Saudiya is and how damaging it is to Islam?
    IKHWAN AL SHAITAN


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    There's not really much Saudi Arabia can do that would surprise me at this point.
    "Chaos... isn't a pit. Chaos is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail and never get to try again. The fall breaks them.
    And some are given a chance to climb, but they refuse. They cling to the realm, or the gods, or love. Illusions.
    Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abu Sina View Post
    In 2002, the committee refused to let female students out of their burning schools in Mecca for “not wearing the proper head cover,” which contributed to a large number of dead.
    The most disturbing thing about that article, for me, is the similarity between that and the poor clares fire.

    36 little girls burned to death because the nuns wouldn't evacuate the girls in time, reluctant to risk them being seen by men in their nightclothes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abu Sina View Post
    http://bikyamasr.com/48621/saudi-mor...ng-women-eyes/

    Margot this ones for you.

    Tell us how, since you are the expert on the Saudi madness how these judges of morality judge the 'tempting'.

    Do you not see how seriously crazy this Malekat Al Arabeya Saudiya is and how damaging it is to Islam?
    Get real... Over 900 school girls got out of the school BEFORE the staircase collapsed and killed 14.

    We have had nightclub fires here in the US and factory fires where hundreds were lost.

    But evidently you think one Saudi crackpot represents all Saudis and Islam.

    Some Middle Eastern men are so immature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serfin' USA View Post
    There's not really much Saudi Arabia can do that would surprise me at this point.
    Oh please.. the religious pests didn't even show up until 900 girls had gotten out of the school.. NO ONE prevented their leaving.

    No one burned.. The 14 little girls were killed when the staircase collapsed. The building was filled with smoke NOT fire.

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    Looks way gay!

    Especially the younger boys dancing with older men...

    Yeah, I know it's Arabic custom since genders socialize seperately.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yk1HpUkZA8s"]Saudi Royal Palace Party[/ame]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Margot View Post
    Oh please.. the religious pests didn't even show up until 900 girls had gotten out of the school.. NO ONE prevented their leaving.

    No one burned.. The 14 little girls were killed when the staircase collapsed. The building was filled with smoke NOT fire.
    What's your source for that?
    "Chaos... isn't a pit. Chaos is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail and never get to try again. The fall breaks them.
    And some are given a chance to climb, but they refuse. They cling to the realm, or the gods, or love. Illusions.
    Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is."

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    I can't help wondering why Margot is not responding to the OP

    On the other hand Abu, is this any different than virginity testing? Just as sick.

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    Women with sexy eyes in Saudi Arabia may be forced to cover them up,
    I'm a happily married man , but I admit Saudi women have the the most disturbingly sexiest bewitching eyes . They can make any red blooded male feel extremely uncomfortable with their flirtatious glances.

    Ray-Ban sunglasses should be made compulsary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serfin' USA View Post
    What's your source for that?
    A lot of research and discussions with Saudi journalists who are friends immediately after the event.

    The building was old and overcrowded.. there was no fire.. Just smoke coming out of the attic..

    The problem was that cruddy, old building which had been an apartment house.

    The situation was PANIC not conflagration.

    The building is still standing.

    There were some 900 plus girls in the street outside the school before the Mutaween arrived.. and before the staircase collapsed and killed the remaining 14.

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