Welcome to Saudi Arabia: The Kingdom of malevolence
بالله عليكم .. هل هذه الحالات تعيش في مجتمع إنساني؟
يغتصبها والدها فتحمل وتسقط ويؤجرها الخ .. ومصيرها السجن المؤبد!!
Translation : Oh come on…is this the living state of a humane society? She gets raped by her father, becomes pregnant and has a miscarriage…and gets life imprisonment!!
This woman’s crime? Having sex before marriage, (zina) and having a miscarriage, which they think constitutes as abortion. It’s impossible to describe how sick this is. This woman’s life has been ruined. She is the victim of rape, incest and has suffered a miscarriage. And she is treated as a criminal. Welcome to Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia is known for its barbaric laws and treatment of humans. It is arguably the worst place to be Ex Muslim, as well as constituting a death penalty, it’s near impossible for a female Ex Muslim to leave the country, as the requires explicit permission from her delegated male guardian.
Ex Muslims live with the guilt of their beliefs, and in some sense ‘betraying their family’. They also live in constant fear of their apostasy being found out, and then losing their life. The Saudi Ex Muslim female described this as ‘terrifying’. She is fearful of the death penalty and other consequences. ‘Yes, and knowing that I can’t leave and that my family will beat me till i’m unrecognisable if they find out.’
I’ve encountered Western Muslim apologists who say the death penalty for apostasy is simply a result of political matters, that it’s a political statement. I approached the Saudi girl with this question about how she feels when people state this, and her reply was succinct and straight to the point. ‘ Learn about your prophet, see how barbaric your so called holy book is.
The penalty for apostasy is in the Hadiths, not just something a government made up.
“Malik related to me from Abd ar-Rahman ibn Muhammad ibn Abdullah ibn Abd al-Qari that his father said, “A man came to Umar ibn al-Khattab from Abu Musa al-Ashari. Umar asked after various people, and he informed him. Then Umar inquired, ‘Do you have any recent news?’ He said, ‘Yes. A man has become a kafir after his Islam.’ Umar asked, ‘What have you done with him?’ He said, ‘We let him approach and struck off his head.’ Umar said, ‘Didn’t you imprison him for three days and feed him a loaf of bread every day and call on him to tawba that he might turn in tawba and return to the command of Allah?’ Then Umar said, ‘O Allah! I was not present and I did not order it and I am not pleased since it has come to me!'”
— Al-Muwatta, 36 18.16
“A man embraced Islam and then reverted back to Judaism. Mu’adh bin Jabal came and saw the man with Abu Musa. Mu’adh asked, “What is wrong with this (man)?” Abu Musa replied, “He embraced Islam and then reverted back to Judaism.” Mu’adh said, “I will not sit down unless you kill him (as it is) the verdict of Allah and His Apostle.”
— Sahih al-Bukhari, 9:89:271’
This Saudi girl has been forced to wear a niqab since the young age of 13, and it must be unbearable in the hot middle eastern climate. She says ‘ I actually liked it at first, i felt that i was obeying God. But now I absolutely hate them for making me wear it, they took away my childhood and i’ll never get it back’.
Saudi Arabia is not a paradise. It is a kingdom. A kingdom of misogyny, sexism and violence. A country that adopts the world’s worst religion in every aspect. It’s customs, laws and culture are primitive and backward because it’s wholly Islamic.
It is a country that thrives on oppression, that considers the female sex the greatest weapon and enemy. I think because they are afraid. Afraid of what they’ll see, what they’ll find if they give women autonomy and a voice. If they let them remove the black niqabs that shroud their face. Afraid at the fact women might have intelligence, independence and might reject the Saudi way of treating them like intellectually challenged inferior domestic creatures. They are afraid what women have to say might shatter their narcissistic evil world. Which is all the more reason why women need a voice.
The Saudi girl, who for the sake of anonymity purposes, I will use the pseudonym Amina, tells me most of the females in Saudi are in favour of abolishing male guardianship, but the males are very against it and label those who are for it as whores.
I will close this post by saying:
To the girls of the Middle East: Be immodest, rebel, disobey, and know you deserve to be free