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#91 [Permalink] Posted on 1st November 2017 19:02
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thats a rather silly stance to take for many reasons. first off all they are already opening the largest theatre in the ME in guess where..... wait for it,...... MADINAH.

secondly the entire hijaz is meant to be kept pure and free from corruption. rasoolullah (saw) didnt say on his deathbed kick the mushrikeen out of makkah and madinah he said ARABIAN PENINSULA.

thirdly if your going to play with fire your bound to get hurt. if you open cinemas and all sorts rubbish all over saudi its only matter off time it enters makkah and madina. it will probably start on the outskirts and slowly get closer and closer. Allah save us but in 10 years or so it wouldnt surprise me one bit if there were cinemas in the clock tower complex.

lastly if something is wrong then its wrong regardless if its in makkah or madinah or in london and paris. reminds of them idiots who see todays news and say 'naah nothing to worry about its all good the non muslims no not to touch makkah and madinah if they did then it be on'
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#92 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2017 06:17
DAMMAM — The newly announced laws against terrorism and its funding include the death penalty.

The new laws state that individuals defaming and publicly insulting the King and the Crown Prince will be sentenced to 5 to 10 years of imprisonment.

The specialized court has the authority to freeze the individual’s financial accounts and transactions or to appoint a judicial guard to manage the individual’s money and transactions.

The court also has the authority to publicize the individual’s crime and penalty.

The new laws also include protecting witnesses and keeping their identities confidential.
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#93 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2017 06:58
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Has someone made survey on society's mindset. Do they want those so called luxuaries in public. If yes, nothing can be stopped. They have internet as an alternative.

So instead of discussing about rulers and their decisions. Let us do something which can make the public move beyond Tauheed and Salah. They boast and are stuck with those two. Mua’malaat (business dealings), Mua’sharat (social conduct), Akhlaaq (character) can wait. This tragedy is not limited to here alone, whole ummah is stuck with first two. They claim first two will take care of later three. How many centuries will it take.
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#94 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2017 09:46
in breaking news saudi has arrested senior princes including billionair waleed bin talal and have sacked miteb bin abdullah has head of national guards. dozen more ministers arrested too. something is brewing in saudi. they tend to make mass arrests prior to announcing something. mostly likely them selling of aramco to uncle trump for cut price. he did tweet he wanted it.
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#95 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2017 10:19
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#96 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2017 10:22
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#97 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2017 11:13
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Saudi Arabia's King Salman on Saturday reportedly relieved a string of senior government ministers from their posts, in what is being billed as a dramatic anti-corruption purge driven by the kingdom's newly minted crown prince.

State-linked channel Al Arabiya, citing sources, reported that some ten princes had been fired by an anti-corruption committee chaired by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and established on Saturday evening local time.

In a royal decree carried by the official Saudi Press Agency, King Salman condemned those who "abused public money without fear of religion, conscience, morals or patriotism, taking advantage of their influence and authority over public money, abuse and misappropriation in order to hide their shameful acts."

Among those fired include Minister of the National Guard Moteib Bin Abdullah Minister of Economy and Planning, Adel al-Faqieh, with their replacements swiftly announced. Navy chief Admiral Abdullah Al-Sultan has also been purged.

There were unconfirmed reports that high-profile billionaire Al-Waleed bin Talal was placed under arrest, however this was not confirmed by officials or state-linked media.

In a separate statement reported by the SPA, the kingdom's information minister Dr Awad bin Saleh Al-Awad said the anti-graft campaign was being waged in order "to protect public money and eradicate corruption, which is considered harmful to the economy and society."

He added that the "fight against corruption comes within the framework of comprehensive reform witnessed by our country, in all fields, to enhance the kingdom's position and increase the efficiency and quality of work."

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Sultan, who was appointed in June, has heavily pushed an economic liberalization push known as Vision 2030, an attempt to modernize the country's oil-dependent economy.

He has been condemned by rights groups in September for rounding up an estimated thirty clerics, activists, journalists, commentators and artists in a bid to hush dissident voices in the absolute monarchy.

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#98 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2017 11:15
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Seems the Crown prince is following the model of Egypt and SISI by arresting anyone that is a perceived threat to his power.

KSA detained:

10 princes

Dozens of ministers

Heads of 3 TV networks

Also the staged man resignation of the Lebanese Prime Minister whilst in Saudi Arabia yesterday.
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#99 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2017 11:40
President Donald Trump has urged Saudi Arabia to list the state-owned oil giant Aramco in the United States stock exchange market.

Trump's call on Sunday came after a number of senior ministers were dismissed and a dozen princes detained in a major shake-up in the kingdom.

Trump told reporters that he had spoken to King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and that Saudi Arabia "will consider" selling shares in the US market.

"I want them to strongly consider the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) or NASDAQ, or frankly anybody else located in this country," he said during his flight to Japan's capital, Tokyo, for the start of his Asian tour.

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The US president added that the Arab state had not been considering the US market "because of litigation, risk and other risk, which is very sad".

The lucrative Saudi company is set to sell five percent of its shares next year in what could be the world's largest initial public offering (IPO), expected to raise about $100bn.

Trump's comments to the press echoed his tweet earlier on Saturday, which said: "Would very much appreciate Saudi Arabia doing their IPO of Aramco with the New York Stock Exchange. Important to the United States!"

Would very much appreciate Saudi Arabia doing their IPO of Aramco with the New York Stock Exchange. Important to the United States!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 4, 2017

Aramco is the world's largest company in the oil business and the backbone of the Saudi economy.

The Aramco IPO deal is at the heart of an ambitious economic reform programme, Saudi Vision 2030, which aims to reduce the country's reliance on oil.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman shrugged off speculations of shelving the IPO last month, telling Reuters news agency that the deal was on track for 2018 and could value the company at some $2 trillion.

Saudi shake-up

On Saturday, Saudi Arabia dismissed a number of senior ministers and detained nearly a dozen princes in an investigation by a new anti-corruption committee, state media reported.

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, a billionaire businessman who owns investment firm Kingdom Holding, was among those held, according to Reuters news agency, citing an unnamed senior official.

The senior ministers who were sacked include Prince Meteb bin Abdullah, the head of the National Guard, and Adel Fakeih, the economy minister.

Abdullah al-Sultan, commander of the Saudi navy, was replaced by Fahad al-Ghafli.

In a statement on the official Saudi news agency SPA, King Salman alluded to the "exploitation by some of the weak souls who have put their own interests above the public interest, in order to, illicitly, accrue money" for the creation of the anti-graft committee.

The Kingdom is experiencing a recession after shrinking in two consecutive quarters for the first time since 2009.

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#100 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2017 19:46
the dajjal netanyahu was on bbc today he said he is working with the arabs ( prob referring to saudia uae and egypt) with the backing off uncle sam to stop iran. about 2 weeks ago MnS was in israhell too. that fool is playing a dangerous game. by all means stoo the rawafidh influence but getting in bed with the most cunning sly two faced back stabbers??? really. down with ale saloool
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#101 [Permalink] Posted on 6th November 2017 05:33







دگرگوں ہےجہاں ، تاروں کی گردش تیز ہےساقی

دل ہر ذرہ میں غوغائے رستا خیز ہے ساقی 



متاع دین و دانش لٹ گئی اللہ والوں کی

یہ کس کافر ادا کا غمزۂ خوں ریز ہے ساقی



وہی دیرینہ بیماری ، وہی نا محکمی دل کی 

علاج اس کا وہی آب نشاط انگیز ہے ساقی 



حرم کے دل میں سوز آرزو پیدا نہیں ہوتا

کہ پیدائی تری اب تک حجاب آمیز ہے ساقی

(Iqbal)

“The world is in turmoil and the stars are changing their positions fast; there is hue and cry in the heart of every atom”

The treasure of ‘din and wisdom’ of the people of Allah has been looted..whose unholy,blood stained,style is this ?

The same old disease ! The same old volatility of mind !
Its cure is only that ‘enjoyable drink’ (granted by the prophet pbuh.)

The burning fire of ambition is missing from the heart of Haram,because the purpose of our own existence is hidden from us.
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#102 [Permalink] Posted on 6th November 2017 11:18

Note to Admins

I would like to report massive spelling error in this thread.

Clown Prince is being consistently spelled with an r, this should be noted and corrected.

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#103 [Permalink] Posted on 7th November 2017 09:23
im afraid what he is doing ans capable of makes it too serious to call him a clown. its nt like our UK clown boris he dnt reli follow up on his wacky ideas and evry1 jus laughs at him. this fool just needs to click his fingers and get what he wants.

yday son of former crown prince murqin died in helocopter crash and now theres reports son of late king fahd has been killed. he got detained for speaking out against israel. i defo see a war breaking out. if MbS is not stopped i wont be shocked if in the name of progression and modernisation he revives laat and uzza
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#104 [Permalink] Posted on 7th November 2017 09:56

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Cannot read and understand this fully but I am not sure how British Muslims would be able to stop a dictator in Saudi Arabia if that's what you are asking for.

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#105 [Permalink] Posted on 7th November 2017 10:28
i didnt say british muslims should or can. was saying if it turns out mbs had anything to do with death of king fahds son and muqrins son then i am certain their will be all our war between the ale salool once salman dies.
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