Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Death Of A Princess

Saudi Arabia, July 15, 1977
Saudi men praying in a mosque. A caravan of cars travels along a desert road to a car park in a souk. Curious men coming out of the mosque assemble around the car park. A truck dumps a large pile of sand in one corner. A woman covered in a black abaya is taken from the back of a panel truck, made to kneel in the sand. A gunshot.
Telex: "TFX 306: I saw a princess die."
Newspaper headlines: "Princess executed for love." "La princesse l'amant le bourreau." "Kopf ab!"
As the story goes, Princess Misha'al was "very honest. She was, you know, a free soul. She was like a bird. She was— she wanted to live, to be happy, to sing, to love. And I think that, you know, when she weighed it out, she thought that if she carried on living the way they wanted her to live, you know, she would have also destroyed herself."
A 17-year-old, "very beautiful" girl, Princess Misha'al was a granddaughter to Prince Muhammad bin Abdul Aziz, who was an older brother to the then king of Saudi Arabia, King Khalid bin Abdul Aziz.
"She was the King's favorite. He loved her. The entire family loved her. She traveled all over the world. Her parents gave her everything she wanted. And when she was at the right age, the family chose a good husband for her, a royal cousin."
"But the young lady had ideas of her own. She rebelled. She refused to fulfill the marriage contract. She wanted to go the university, to Beirut. The family agreed. The husband, he had no choice."
"You can imagine the influences in Beirut— radical Arab politics, women's liberation, Palestinians, Western influences all pulling, and all pulling in different directions. And then she— she met a boy from our country, a student. She completely lost her head. She forgot who she was— a royal princess, the king's niece, a married woman."
She fell madly in love with the boy Khalid Muhallal, the nephew of General Ali Shaer, the Saudi ambassador to Lebanon.
They both returned to Riyadh (Saudi), and continued their affair on the sly. Fully aware of what the consequences if caught, they decided to flee the country, and fly Westward forever.
Princess Misha'al, faked her own death due to drowning. "Four days later," she dressed up like a man, even wore a fake moustache, to fly out of the country...but both of them got caught at the airport.
"They'd wasted time. Four days, and still no sign of a body. Then there was a catastrophe. On the afternoon before she faked her drowning, she left a letter with her maid, with instructions that it would not be delivered for a week, whatever happened. It was just to tell her mother not to worry, that she was safe. Of course, when the search went on day after day, the maid got scared. She just handed over the letter. Everybody was alerted on the very day they were trying to escape."
"She could have traveled under the veil with the passport of a servant, any woman. We have a saying in Arabic, "A thief isn't caught unless he wants to be caught."
[The princess, unveiled, at the airport check-in. A security buzzer sounds. Security men grab her and take her to an office. The boy jumps up, pushes back through the crowd at security. He bursts into the office where the princess has been taken. The boy is held by the security men. The princess looks up at him in tears.]
"You see, in our country, execution for adultery happens very rarely. There have to be four independent and honorable male witnesses or eight independent and honorable female witnesses. They have to witness — excuse me — the actual penetration. Now, the only other way that the accused can be condemned is out of her own mouth, by saying three times in front of a court of law, "I have committed adultery." Three times.
"Well, that girl stood before the court. She was asked and she said, "I have committed adultery." Well, immediately the king stopped the proceedings. He loved her. He summoned her to his private rooms. "Do you realize that if you admit your guilt for a second and a third time, I can't save you, your grandfather can't save you. Go back. You only have to say one thing, that you will never see this boy again. Please."
"Well, she went back to that court and she said, "I have committed adultery. I have committed adultery." Three times. In five seconds, she had condemned herself and the boy."
"Both of them" were going to be publicly executed.
"We'd just knocked off work. I knew there were summat up, like, because they'd stopped all the traffic. They made us walk the rest of the way back up to the hotel. That were roughly half past 12:00. Anyway, I went in the hotel and I spoke to the little Lebanese guy behind the counter, and he told me that some guy were up for the chop. He didn't say nowt about a princess, like. I thought it was just one guy that were going to get it.
"Any road, I went up to me room to get changed. And me window, it looked out onto this car park, like, big open area. People were already starting to gather. They were dumping this big pile of sand. So I decided to take me camera. I cut a piece out of a cigarette packet, like a little window, for the lens, and I stuck me Instamatic inside it."
"I'm not much good at crowds. But by the time I'd got down there, you see, they were coming out the mosques. It's funny, isn't it, straight out of church and off to see a bloke get chopped. By the time I got to the car park, there must have been, oh, 3,000 or more."
The executioner was "just dressed like any old Arab you'd see in the street. He didn't have a great, big, massive, shining sword, neither. About that long it were, and none too sharp. Five blows, the lad still weren't beheaded. His head never did come off. They chopped him round his neck, both sides, and the back of his head. And after they'd finished with him, his head were just resting on his shoulders. And that were it. Like there were nothing holding it on. And that were it."
------"Sorry, can we go back to the beginning. They led them out of the trucks—"
"Aye. They led them into the middle of the square. The guy's hands were tied behind his back. He looked as though he had been drugged or beaten up or something. He were wobbling about all over the place. He weren't resisting. They led the girl off to the right-hand side, as I were looking at it. She were veiled, I didn't see her face. Any road, they knelt her down by this pile of sand. It's daft, but you see, I'd still no idea what were going to happen to her. I mean, I knew she weren't a passer-by or aught like that, but as far as I were concerned, there were just one guy were going to get done.
"I kept trying to get a better view. And there were these big iron wheels at me back, and there were all these Arabs, like, perched on the wheels and on the wheel behind, just like vultures. Anyway, I ran round the back of the crowd and I made towards them. I were about half-way there and the shooting started.
"The girl were already dead. She were just a black heap. They'd knelt her down like, in front of the sand, and shot her. And then they blindfolded the boy."
"The boy hadn't got a right lot about him. I don't think I would have had, in his boots. They practically had to carry him into the middle of the square. And then they made him kneel. I tell you, I was shaking. I'd never seen anything like that before. And all through the execution, there were this guy sitting next to me, and he never watched the execution, he were watching me all the time. I were a bit wary, like, but I carried on."
"It weren't like Wembley, just the odd clap when it were being done. You see, in their eyes, it's like ridding themselves of a murderer. It's against their laws, you know. They're dead set in their ways. And then these blokes, police or whatever they were, piled the bodies onto stretchers and chucked them into the back of the trucks. Then the crowd pissed off, and that were it."
Some people still believe Princess Misha'al lives on till date. The woman in the black veil who was shot six times in the head was not the Princess, people believe. "They all loved her too much to kill her. But they had to show they don't even spare their own."
Her "execution" and events that lead up to it were dramatized in the docu-drama Death of a Princess (1980). When British television aired the infamous documentary, the government of Saudi Arabia went on the offensive. And the movie was banned across borders.
Read the full transcripts of the documentary based on interviews conducted by journalist Antony Thomas over months, here.


Blogger A Flowered Purse said...

WOW, that is such a sad story :(
Most people wouldve just kept quiet.
I wonder what her reasoning was behind that, other than to not go back to her husband.
SO very sad.
Take care

August 10, 2005 11:29 PM  
Blogger Broken Verses said...

don't know wat to say. am outta words.

August 11, 2005 12:39 AM  
Blogger mortal thoughts said...

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August 11, 2005 11:30 AM  
Blogger mortal thoughts said...

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August 11, 2005 11:33 AM  
Blogger mortal thoughts said...

She was WRONG. Her actions condemmed an innocent man to death. She was married( she could have chosen NOT to, but she did). Her family/husband was kind and trusting enough to send her according to her wishes but she betrayed them and their trust.

She made a man fall in love with her -deliberately. She could have explored the world and had fun without committing herself into adultery but she was weak and stupid.

Imagine if your girlfriend/wife comes back from her abroad and says "sorry dude, I think I am in love with another bloke". You'd want to kill her yourself.

No sympathy for this lass. For the guy maybe but he was foolish too.

August 11, 2005 11:38 AM  
Blogger ¨¨° ßµŧţeяƒℓ¥ °¨¨ said...

I can't agree more with Mortal thoughts..

Her family, and her husband trusted her.. Yet, she btrayed them..

And it wasn't just love,, she commited adultry...BIG HARAM in Islams..

August 11, 2005 12:17 PM  
Blogger liquid sunshine said...

i donno....if i can agree with mortal thoughts and butterfly here. though you are technically right, we know life has a way of moving out of the boundaries of technicalities. i dont think the issue here is the moral at all...i'd say u'd get more out of this if u looked at the cultural issues here....

like if the guy 'loved' another woman, i s'pose the culture would've made it ok for him to marry her as well...would that count as 'adultery' or 'gender bias'???

adultery is a sin...not just in islam but in ANY religion. but hey, what if all the choices you made were before you got the whole picture? and you made those choices because you thought you had the whole picture but then found that you didnt? would it invalidate those earlier choices? would you just stick by those earlier ones or would you choose to correct it? do we blame her for not having known that what she saw as a youngster was NOT the whole picture or do we blame her society for not having given her the whole picture and so that she could not make an INFORMED choice??

or do we blame her for not understanding the power of commitment and the sacrament of marriage...somehow, i dont seem to be able to see black and white here....

cos damn, what DO you do with the grey?

u know....mortal thoughts....come to think of it...the princess did the 'honourable' thing...if she loved another guy but slept with her husband whom she didnt love....would it NOT be adultery just because it was legal??

August 11, 2005 1:10 PM  
Blogger liquid sunshine said...

conman, this post is totally awesome n thot provoking.

August 11, 2005 1:11 PM  
Blogger Yours Truly...Conman said...

All said, it is no reason to shoot someone in the head six times, and to dagger someone's neck till his head falls off his body.
It's no reason to take someone's life away.
Mortal Combat and Butterfly, you missed the entire point.

August 11, 2005 1:38 PM  
Blogger Yours Truly...Conman said...

And I won't even get into the fact that her husband surely must have two-three wives, or was indeed gonna have two-three wives.
So please lets not talk about betrayal and trust...
Why are women in Qatar looking to as low as their drivers for sex? Why? I'll tell you. It's coz their men marry twice or thrice, and at some point one of the wives is always ignored. What do you expect her to do?
The entire system is fucked. It needs to be re-done. Period.

August 11, 2005 1:57 PM  
Blogger the cowlick said...

Adultery is a larger question here.. whether she willed herself to fall in love or whether she was helpless. Maybe she never loved her husband.. But that's not important here. I think any state which kills for adultery has got some issues it needs to deal with.

August 11, 2005 4:32 PM  
Blogger alice said...

i don't agree to mortal thought or butterfly here...there is no such thing as adultery..u can't control the heart ..u can fall in love anytime with matter doesnt matter if u r married or seeing someone..

maybe she was not happy..

August 11, 2005 4:32 PM  
Blogger Yours Truly...Conman said...

I think u need to read the post more carefully man...
Ok... here goes, "Her parents gave her everything she wanted. And when she was at the right age, the family chose a good husband for her, a royal cousin.""But the young lady had ideas of her own. She rebelled. She refused to fulfill the marriage contract. She wanted to go the university, to Beirut."
She did not love her husband who was forced on her at all. But in Saudi, a woman is not allowed to raise her voice. She is considered of a "lower, inferior sex".
Get the point?
Soon after her marriage she left for Beirut... and fell in love. Didn't fall in love "deliberately."
'[The princess, unveiled, at the airport check-in. A security buzzer sounds. Security men grab her and take her to an office. The boy jumps up, pushes back through the crowd at security. He bursts into the office where the princess has been taken. The boy is held by the security men. The princess looks up at him in tears.]'

August 11, 2005 4:53 PM  
Blogger annckay said...

ok...Islam allow divorce ..equal rights for the women and men. For any reason at all!! But adultery for married spouse is punishable by death. That too if she or he confessed or 4 male witnesses witnessing penetration (as explained in the text). Unmarried will be flogged 100 times, male or female. Same. If they chose to keep quiet, asking the forgiveness from the Lord Himself, He is All Forgiving. The authorities will not know and the punishment will not be carried out. It is the duty of the authorities to carry out the punishment if they know. Now that being said....Islamic laws has always been is the society and the interpretation of Islamic law by the government of the country that made it harsh....u must understand Saudis way of enforcing their Islamic laws...which I feel is more traditional than the real embodiment of Islamic spirit.Conman is right, why should they shoot six times for? Talking about the men can have more than one wife, it is allowed only if they can be fair, it is not even encouraged in Islam. Most Muslim men abuse.The princess was not in a favourable position at all. She was a member of the royal family, she should have been more realistic with her position, but then she was young? Allah swt knows best.

August 12, 2005 4:42 AM  
Blogger J said...

i hate love stories :(

August 12, 2005 11:15 AM  
Blogger mortal thoughts said...

Its mortal thoughts, conman :).

I didnt miss the point but tried to see through the wall. The wall of misinformation.

How would you know that Qatari women sleep with the drivers? Have they told you themselves? And that her husband had more than 1 wife? These are heresay and presumptions which, even if true do not constitute the majority nor do they alter the real truth.

I have spent my whole life in the Arab world and I am still reluctant to pin point a particular issue at its place. You've gotta be here longer and be with themand think like them to understand their issues. You cant "cut and paste" your ideas here. Not with Arabs.

Point is she condemned an innocent man to death. She committed adultery. She betrayed her family. She betrayed the institution of marriage. Period.

Its not easy dude. As far as the punishments are concerned its way too political to discuss it here. Someother time and place perhaps.

August 12, 2005 7:56 PM  
Blogger Yours Truly...Conman said...

What I write is what I see Mortal. It's as simple as that.
I am at work even when I am off work.
Always remember that...

August 12, 2005 8:14 PM  
Blogger Yours Truly...Conman said...

And you don't have to be here any longer than I have been to know whats happening around me. You just gotta be me.
One walk at the Corniche post 12... two women, dressed in black veils, in different cars one behind the other... their drivers driving...
Both of them asked me how much I would take to come with them for the night...
And yes... they're investigations and sources that have made me believe about women using their drivers for other reasons...
Hardcore investigations.
When you are me, you see a little bit of the 'real' truth a little too soon which is kinda hard to accept.

August 12, 2005 8:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Mortal" and this interpretation of Islamic "law" are both idiotic, and require a good look as to how we can eliminate their effect on our world.

January 09, 2007 4:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its absoloutely silly to hear about --the argument that she comited adultery ..Was she ever asked who she wanted as a husband .. In islamic lands where the woman cannot even decide that - It is ridiculous to even mention that .. Soon the Islamic Virus will be eradicated .

March 12, 2007 5:41 PM  
Blogger danak said...

There are always two to comit adultery. Are mortal thoughts and buterfly trying to tell me that women make men do things against their will and seduce them when they want? Are men bunch of sheep without their own will who do whatever women want? Are men weaklings uncapable to control their lust and urges? That way of thinking reminds me of one of the Australian muslim mulahs who said women are guilty of being raped becouse they are not covered from head to toe. Did he want to tell us that if men sees a woman that is not veiled they can't control themselves? That boy probably fell in love just like she did. And he probably seduced her as much as she him and probably even more, becouse she was saudi woman raised not to show initiative and to do what men tell her to do. From what do you conclude that adultery was her fault only? And that boy couldn't choose to walk away? He choose to commit adultery as much as she did. I am losing respect for men of any religion if what you said is true - that he was just helpless victim of her seduction. God gave us free will to do what is right. Why blame other people for our decisions? Also from the trial I conclude she decided to die rather than to go back to her husband. What does that tell you? At least she was faithful to her feelings and nature. I might not admire what she did (adultery) but I admire her courage to be true to herself.

March 24, 2007 5:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Arabs have always been and always will be a bunch of savages

May 29, 2007 3:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

She was already married to the commoner, according to Wikipedia....She wasn't married to the one her family picked, she married the one she loved.

June 01, 2007 4:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"No sympathy for this lass. For the guy maybe but he was foolish too."

There is something seriously, deeply wrong and unnatural with you, if you don't have sympathy for a young woman murdered in the street. I pray for your soul.

And nobody *makes* someone fall in love. How dare you blame the woman for what he felt? By the same token you could blame *him* for making her fall in love? Absolute nonsense. Everyone is responsible for their own actions--women are not to blame for what men feel.

June 16, 2007 1:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for this post. It is the only reasonable version of this execution that I have ever read. It now makes sense for the first time.

I live in a state which until very recently had a law that would protect a husband who murdered his wife and her lover when he found them in flagrante delicto. There is not so terribly much difference between Western and Middle Eastern cultures on this point, really. I feel sorry for this young couple, but they, just like us, live in a society of laws and knew what the laws were. If you don't want to pay the penalty, then don't commit the crime, it is that simple.

August 22, 2007 10:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi, I'm from saudi arabia , know this old story, which seems always never old.... any ways saying that she was married i don't think that this is accurate,,she wasn't married..we as a weak humenbeings don't have the right to now judje dead ppl and accuse them and say what is should be and shouldn't there is always another side of the truth that we don't know...besides the one who orderd the killing is her grandfather well know crul and he is called ( abo shareen ) and its hard to translate that to arabic but it means a crul and evil...all what i can say is that god is more mercfull then us for her and diffently she and that man are in a better place.. and allah yrhamom..

June 19, 2008 1:50 PM  
Blogger Evgeniya said...

Oh my gosh...
This story reminded me a story of Romeo and Juliet...
but the point is that Romeo and Juliet lived many centures ago when there were no government and no official law and no human rights and no security! So it might be excusable for ancient people to act like this, but.... RIGHT NOW??? In the modern world with a high level of civilization, technology and education, it is not excusable to do it!!! ok, even if Saudi do not allow women to have a freedom, then why they still kill them? Seems like they act not as a modern people but as uncivilized savages who uses an Islamic religion as a tool for doing such a terrible things... without punishment! These guys who executed her deserved an execution much more than she! Did she deserve a loss of her life by just loving a man? No way!!
Also, if Saudi do not allow women to drive, to vote, to go outside alone, to talk with unrelated men and etc, it does not mean that they prohibit them TO LOVE!... Who can prohibit love??? Love comes from God, and God makes people love each other... so why they prohibit it and moreover, kill people who love each other???

My boyfriend is from Saudi Arabia and I know very well about this country. Saudi like to watch the execution, they often come from far away just for seeing that act. And this happens right now, in these days!... I was thinking that just uneducated savages could do it, but not modern people who call themselves Muslims and their families "royal" and "intelligent". I am so sorry, but I cannot admit that...

July 14, 2008 9:52 PM  
Blogger Sariya Al-Ismaili said...

I've heard about the death of the Princess dilemma, but I haven't got a chance to put my hands on the actual story behind it. Wow.. I'm actually shocked. As a student, we always talked about this in Islamic classes in school, about adultery and witness' being a must, but it never occurred to me that it's to be taken this seriously. I dunno if I should feel sorry for the gal, or anger withing me for living in such society. Sometimes, it makes me feel that Islam is kinda harsh, then's not. It's just too complex. Anyways, thanks for sharing the summary.

Truly appreciated :)

October 09, 2008 3:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Marriage is all about being in love. Anything else is of convienence or out of fear where there are people controling your life as if you can't decide for yourself. It is for us to find the way of the true God through real love. We then find him and appreciate all he does for us. Through real true love we find the strength and overcome temptation. Our eyes don't see it if it is touching our nose or we may struggle but through true love overcome it. Self control is developed without removing ALL temptation. Being with who we really love is going along with nature and what God intended. God is merciful and does not want people treated like animals. It is why he made us so much more advanced but people out of greed and building their egos want to play God and kill others when people just cannot conform to being treated like animals and given a stud with whom they are to have sex with whether they love or not. Killing an animal is not the same as killing an actual person. I really don't see God having favor at all with those involved in killing two people in-love. We are people and not animals to be made into moving bombs.

October 09, 2008 7:05 AM  
Blogger SNoor said...

This is a really tragic story. What has been done in the past, always stays in the past we cant change that...but we an now. We "certain" Muslims need to see the logic before killing someone. We need evidence, hence the Saudi government did not look for that. Where is the proof she committed adultery, we can not even accuse of her of that. Only GOD knows what is right or wrong.

October 09, 2008 8:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

May Allah SWT fill their graves with light! Ameen.

October 22, 2008 4:15 AM  
Blogger HRH Princess Zara said...

Tragic and no comment...

October 24, 2008 5:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is good to express love. i respect those people who fight for the righteous love, who appreciate love.

Princess was a great person and she will forever live in my heart.

princess, u r great

November 20, 2008 9:44 AM  
Blogger prinsu-kun said...

let me be more clear

in gulf country if you love and want to merry mean you will be fucked up
for both side (men and women)

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I Would like to say that this is very tragic story and I feel sorry for her. Would she have right, for example to kill her husband if cheated on her? If not, why he done it to her...I am for equal life opportunities...

July 20, 2009 4:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

such a tragic story....the amazing princess killed for love....if only didn't commit adultery she would have been having a better life with the man she truly loves

September 11, 2009 2:09 AM  
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December 17, 2009 5:33 PM  
Blogger jen said...

After reading many of these comments that say they believe her death was justified- my question is: Are you serious? She was murdered by her family because she fell in love- how is that okay? She wanted to be happy and how is anyone in the position to say that she does not deserve happiness? Many of us will never know what it is like to be a woman in Saudi Arabia, but yet some who have chosen their own paths will look down on her for wanting the same rights that they have! It is unbelievable to me to read such comments knowing that the people that write them have made their own lives- while Misha'Al did not have that luxury. Everyone deserves to be loved and in the end she stood up and admitted her adultury knowing that she would be killed- that is true bravery and I know that most people would have lied and begged and pleaded for their lives to be spared, but she realized that if she lived her life would never belong to her.

February 20, 2010 11:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Seriously....i think it was justified because after everyone had been so supportive to her,she still went to commit such a GRAVE SIN knowing fully what would happen next!
Am also sure Dat if she had confronted her family dat she was in-love with another man,they would have respected her choice....but NO! Trying to elope?not a very good idea!
Some of you say dat she may not have lived a life of luxury but it's not true....there is no way her family would let her live in poverty as they loved her so much....dats not a good excuse to defend her!
Regarding the fact dat her family "killed"'s not true,she killed herself! Am doubting dat she never committed adultery but she opened her mouth to say dat she did just because she felt she was taken away from her love.....she became selfish and provoked living in lebanon.Remember she insisted on goin to lebanon not dat any one suggested it....she must have known him since before she proceeded to Lebanon. And why everyone saying dat they were killed like animals.....come on....they both were executed according to how prophet Mohammed S.A.W said it should be done,remember they were done a favor by taking their lives and reducing their sin right from earth.
They both can control both their emotions and senses.....I just think that It was justified!

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August 20, 2010 5:47 AM  
Anonymous Gooner said...

She was not killed the way the Prophet Muhammed (saw) said. She was suppose to be stoned to death, but that didn't happen. It makes me think that the person killed wasn't her, because if she was to be stoned then her veil will eventually come off and the public will know who it is that is being executed. Instead it was a person under a veil being shot in the head.
The man was also executed in a way that isn't allowed in Islam. he was hit more than 3 times with the sword. It should never exceed 3, so that he isn't unecessarily tortured.
Im a conciperacy theorist to a degree, but i will not be surprised about the actions of her family. Im thinking she was not executed and lived isolated from the public. If she did die, then I hope God forgives her and her lover, as their crime was to live LIFE like they wanted to live it.
As a Saudi I see significant changes in our society. Women work, study abroad and the idea of them driving is being listened to. As our beloved King Abdullah says: we have to work step by step. God bless the women of Saudi and their families.

December 25, 2010 4:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"They both can control both their emotions and senses.....I just think that It was justified!"

No. It wasn't justified. Every civilized nation in the world condemns this. There's no justfication, it was evil and stop outing yourself for the savage you are. Nothing justifies murder.

January 10, 2011 9:51 PM  
Anonymous Stuart Parsons said...

Is'nt Islam just the most primitive and stupid religion there ever was. Muhammad committed murder many time and Islam follows its pathologically narcissistic self-proclaimed 'Prophet'

March 10, 2011 7:33 PM  
Blogger Qaseem Siddqui said...

Great decision was taken against a guilty girl for adultery.Executed Princess & saved Islam.
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March 31, 2011 11:14 PM  
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Anonymous Neo-Crusader said...

@Qaseem Siddiqui

Maybe you should be executed along with your family so you can no longer breed and pollute the world with your vermin spawn.

F*ck Islam!

March 25, 2012 4:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I do know that beheading is no different than electrocuting someone, solitary confinement, or any other forms of the death penalty here in the US. USA actually sentenced a Mentally Iill man to death last week in texas. I'm against all death penalties and death to anyone In general whether guilty or non guilty. Forgiveness ,even for murder, rape, etc...... Sould always be first.

October 01, 2012 11:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also, having lived in Saudi Arabia as an America myself, I thank god that's never happened to me because I wasn't exactly am angel. There is one thing that I am positive about. It's that the princess was simply substituted by the royal family. I wasn't her that was shot to death, but sadly and quite disturbing somebody else. Saudis are racist and consider their lives far superior to the life of a Bengali, Indian, Pilipino.egyptian, etc... They are savages in that sense. Look what happened to the prince in the uk that raped his own servant ???? These people are sik, Saudis are sick people, however their death penalty is no different than what we have in America!

October 01, 2012 11:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let who with no sin be the first to cast the stone .Wat gives saudis a right to erase life God created with a society where women are voiceless,raped n can only find justice if 4 witnesses come forth or the culprit agree to the offence,where a 9 years old innocent girl will be taken from her barbies and given to a man 4times her age as a wife,how can we expect compassion ?SAUDIS are savages,heartless greedy immoral society hiding behind religion they misinterpreted

November 03, 2013 5:22 PM  

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