Dating site on suadi man
I did not commit the murder” cries out the woman as she was dragged off to the street to get beheaded. I will not forgive you” she adds telling her executioners that she will not forgive them for what they were about to do to her. Is it possible that the young girl was molested by a family member and died to only frame this foreigner?
The scene shows what the Saudi authorities have carried out Tuesday morning, the seventh death sentence since the beginning of 2015, this time it was a lady from Burma (Myanmar) who as the report claims was “accused of killing her seven year old step daughter using a broom stick in her vagina and anus”.
From her office on the 25th floor of the spectacular Kingdom Tower in Riyadh, she runs a business consultancy which she started a year ago.
It's called Lavender Scent and the company brochure, printed in various shades of mauve and decorated with images of flowers and silhouettes of women with awesome shoulder-pads, leaves no doubt about her target market: female investors and entrepreneurs.
We will never find out, but the Saudi justice system has been known for its abuses against foreigners in order to cover up for the Saudi pedigree.
The gruesome footage shows Saudi authorities publicly beheading the woman in the holy city of Mecca earlier this week.
The execution is the tenth to be carried out in country in the last two weeks; setting 2015 up to be even more bloody than last year, when 87 people were punitively killed by the state.
Even among Saudi women themselves, as many as 39%, according to one survey, still believe their rightful place is at home.Gradually, Saudis are beginning to realise that the exclusion of women from meaningful activity outside the home just to preserve old desert traditions is a waste of talent and resources.More than half the kingdom's university graduates are female and yet women account for only about 5% of the workforce.In my case it is a long wait because the arrival of a male visitor brings production to a halt inside the factory while the entire workforce of 30 women shroud their faces in black.Eventually I am allowed in, only to hear a scream from one woman in the distance who is still wrestling to pull her abaya over an orange-coloured dress.