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Friday, December 2, 2016

Saudi woman faces calls of "Throw her corpse to the dogs"

Saudi Arabia -- Malak Al Shehri , looking a little like Huma Abedin, did the unthinkable in the land where the religion of peace takes precedent over what people say, do and even wear. Malak went out of her Riyadh home for breakfast without a male escort and WITHOUT A FULL BODY CLOAK--called an abaya or veil.

Saudi men went wild, unable to control their bodily responses nor their lust, this caused them great anger over what this she-devil was doing to them and the "Big M."

Some of the more religious Saudis screamed when they saw her, demanding that she be "thrown to the dogs" while other, less upset with her said that she should just be "beheaded" for daring to stand up against Saudi Arabia's strict religious rules--rules that show us how tolerant and loving the religion of peace can be.

Hundreds of people came to her defense, however, and commended her for her "bravery" shown by her sharing the photo on Twitter.

A student from Dammam, using the pseudonym Sara Ahmed, shared the photo depicting Malak wearing a black coat over a brightly colored calf-length dress, to the covert delight of male passers-by. 

The brave Malak wore huge sunglasses and brown ankle boots, which showed a glimpse of a tattoo on her lower right leg.

Sara's photo was captioned: "A Saudi woman went out yesterday without an Abaya or a hijab in Riyadh Saudi Arabia and many Saudis are now demanding her execution."

What a delightful culture.

This is a nation that has "donated" millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation, and they would have bought a lot of influence had that horrible excuse for a woman won the presidency.