And Dubya’€™s Man-Date Has What to Say About This?

This won’™t sit too well with the American Holy Roller Jihadis – particularly after Maximum Leader’™s handholding affair with the Saudi Crown Prince earlier this week:

The Saudi daily Al-Jazirah reported that 40 men, women, and children with Pakistani citizenship were arrested on April 21, 2005 after performing Christian religious rites in an apartment in the [...]

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This won’™t sit too well with the American Holy Roller Jihadis – particularly after Maximum Leader’™s handholding affair with the Saudi Crown Prince earlier this week:

The Saudi daily Al-Jazirah reported that 40 men, women, and children with Pakistani citizenship were arrested on April 21, 2005 after performing Christian religious rites in an apartment in the Thaharat Al-Badi’™a neighborhood in western Riyadh. The arrest was part of a sweeping police operation by the Riyadh District Police, at the order of Riyadh Governor Prince Salman bin Abd Al-’™Aziz.


‘A Saudi religious police source explained the reason for the arrest: ‘œThese people tried to spread the poison and their beliefs to others, by means of distributing pamphlets and [missionary] publications.’ He said that all the detainees ‘œhad been transferred to the relevant bodies for investigation.’

On the other hand, maybe it will give Dobson and Perkins some ideas to float with Frist and DeLay. ‘œReligious Police’. I’™m sure the General would endorse that position, and most possibly even offer up his services.

Saturday, April 30th, 2005 by Richard Blair |

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