In the latest case of thought control in the House of Saud
, a man who wanted to change things for the better now faces death (Hat tip: Front Page Magazine
Her three children, including 5-year-old Myriam, think their father’s just delayed by work. But Raif Badawi, 30, has been imprisoned since being arrested in June. He is accused of, among other things, breaking Sharia law and starting a website that infringed on religious values.
According to Haidar, her husband just wanted to encourage discussion about religion in his homeland. But starting a liberal Internet forum in conservative Saudi Arabia can be a dangerous pursuit.
And now, his life could be in danger.
Labels: House of Saud, islam, political corruption