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Letters To The Editor

Saudi corruption, nepotism and inequality

Mohammed H. Siddiq

The Saudi regime is rotten to the core and must be removed for the sake of the people of Arabian Peninsula and the broader Muslim Ummah, says letter writer Mohammed H. Siddiq who is originally from the Hijaz.

Saudi Arabia is riddled with corruption, nepotism and massive inequality. The culprit is the ruling amir. To shame him, graffiti should appear on the main streets/avenues of Jeddah, Riyadh and Dammam depicting the ruling amirs as vultures and hyenas feasting on people’s flesh. That is exactly what the ruling amirs have been doing for the past 90 years. I am upset with the ruling amirs because they play rough and dirty. They are greedy and ignorant; they are also racist calling the Hijazis “leftover pilgrims” and blacks “abeed.” The court clergy assert that women are emotional, irritable and have inferior faculties of reason and memory.

Saudi rule is a story of greed, corruption, debauchery and occupation. The House of Saud does not represent Islam or the Qur’an; it is an execution house and the amirs would rather destroy everything in Arabia than give up honorably. Such men are dangerous and need to be kept far away from aposition of power and authority.

Mohammed H. Siddiq

Lincoln, NE, US

Article from

Crescent International Vol. 43, No. 7

Dhu al-Qa'dah 06, 14352014-09-01

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