Skip to comments.Saudi Arabia to Crack Down on ĎAnti-Islamicí Social Media Posts
Posted on 06/02/2014 9:13:47 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Saudi authorities are cracking down on social media, the Saudi Gazette reports Monday, and are in the process of reviewing the Anti-Cybercrime Law to allow legal proceedings to be filed against social networking sites for allowing accounts which promote adultery, atheism, and homosexuality.
The Saudi Anti-Cybercrime Law was enacted by royal decree on March 26, 2007. According to the Gazette, the lawlike many cyber-security laws enacted since the rise of the internetaims to ensure information security, protection of rights pertaining to the legitimate use of computers and information networks.
But it also functions as a big brother over the Saudi people to enforce Riyadh's harsh interpretation of Sharia law, with a clause also seeking the protection of public interest, morals, and common values.
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I don’t see anything in that image that would be objectionable over there.
come to think of it youre right!
theyd probably silk screen the image onto Burkas
And in other news Obama still plans to give control of the internet to the UN.
Islam is above criticism? Where is that written?
No place but within their own “sacred” texts, the Koran and the various hadith writings that interpret the more obscure passages in the Koran, the long and disjointed rant of a sun-crazed sand hermit, suffering from what would today be probably diagnosed as schizophrenia.
There is not, and probably shall never be, a movement within Islam remotely like the Reformation and Renaissance. The are very quick to kill off their heretics and apostates.
please see above / message 8
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