Thus, if you're a Christian in Saudi Arabia, and your Bible is discovered, the Islamic government can take it from you and burn it, as they do with all non-Islamic religious items entering the country.
Obama and his Islamophiliacs have waived punitive restrictions for violating religious freedom in Saudi Arabia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. But restrictions remain in place for Iran, Burma, China, Eritrea, North Korea and Sudan. The reason Obama's administration gave for the waivers is that national security concerns trumps the IRFA.
State Department spokes-puppet John Kirby said Burma, China, Eritrea, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan would be re-designated as Countries of Particular Concern under the IRFA.
"These designations help us shine a spotlight on countries and conditions that require the international community's attention," Kirby said before going to the ground and facing Mecca. Then he got up and lied: "Today and every day, as you know, we are committed to working with governments and civil society organizations, and individuals to achieve our shared interest in promoting peace and stability through, in part, the promotion and protection of all human rights including religious freedom."
Of course this lie flies in the face of women in Muslim countries who are treated worse than cattle, and Christians who are often killed, their churches torched and gays who are thrown from buildings or beheaded by these theocratic countries, because that's what it says to do in the Koran.
But Kirby and his ilk lie for Obama and do it with a straight face.