Skip to comments.Saudis Now Have an Online Portal to the King
Posted on 05/04/2014 9:14:56 AM PDT by lbryce
Citizens in Saudi Arabia can now voice their opinions about their country via a new website, which promises to be a direct portal to the government.
The site is intended to establish a connection between Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah and the country's citizens, according to Arab News. It launched Wednesday morning and was the brainchild of the king himself.
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Anyone with a Saudi Arabian national identity card can open an account on the site using their state-issued ID number. They can then submit any comments, complaints or suggestions, which will reportedly be forwarded to King Abdullah, state officials told the Saudi Gazette.
Government agencies could be taken to task under this new system, as users will be able to point out any issues with services they offer an opportunity which has the potential to benefit residents.
Abdelelah Saaty, dean at King Abdulaziz University in Saudi Arabia, believes this the website is a positive step forward.
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Oh,munificent King! Won't you please kindly pass some fatwa that will guarantee old men like myself having been through our family's entire barnyard and have had enough and Please God, Munificent, Majestic I would b most happy that I won't have to wait until we get to heaven for our child brides. Let us have our rewards here on Earth.
In your honor I shall will burn an extra 100 bibles in your name for your holy fatwa.
Your loyal servant.
I shall be a good husband and beat them every day as commanded in the Koran.
Ibn Ramadan Muhammad Faidel Ben Camel
My Beloved Subjects:
Express your opinions freely herein, keeping in mind that you may be flogged or pieces removed from you for inappropriate comments.
Your Everlovin’ King
Could you look into this?
Your loyal subject Iben Hadad
“Elvis has left the Bedouin tent.”
Well, you said they had an on line portal to The King...