Saudi Arabian police have arrested Mazen Abdul Jawad for the crime of speaking about his sex life in public. Shariah law makes it a crime for him to be “publicizing his sinful behavior,” according to prosecutors. Various people filed complaints after Jawad appeared on a Lebanese show called “Red Line.”
Mazen Abdul Jawad, 32, appeared on the show to discuss his conquests and how he lost his virginity to a neighbor at 14. Pre-martial sex is a crime in Saudi Arabia.
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now i suppose he’ll be raped and flogged.
Too bad post marital sex isn’t a crime too. Especially for the royals.
Saudi Arabia doesn’t sound like a nice place to visit. If the didn’t have the Kaaba, no one would ever go there.
“Mazen Abdul Jawad, 32, appeared on the show to discuss his conquests and how he lost his virginity to a neighbor at 14. Pre-martial sex is a crime in Saudi Arabia.”
Sheep I tell you, Sheep.
Sheepless In Saudi.
So did he know Bubbles?
So whats the punishment?
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