Our current legal system needs serious revision, a…

Our current legal system needs serious revision, and stories like this are more than enough indication. As usual, it seems as if we take one step forward, and then undo it by taking ten steps backward.

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  1. With regards to changing laws, all of you need to see this:

    http://arabnews.com/?page=1&section=0&article=90212&d=20&m=12&y=2006&pix=kingdom.jpg&category=Kingdom

    JEDDAH, 20 December 2006 — Fatima, the 34-year-old woman who was divorced in absentia against her will from her husband by a judge at the request of her half-brothers, has entered her sixth month of incarceration at a prison in Dammam. The husband, Mansour Al-Timani, 37, says prison officials have impeded his ability to communicate with the woman that he still considers his wife.

    In October, prison officials insisted that Mansour take custody of the older of the two children, two-year-old Noha. She was allowed to keep her 11-month-old son, Salman, in prison with her.

    She is in jail because she doesn’t want to go back to her family, the same inhuman monsters who divorced her from her husband. So, she has to stay in jail.

    CAN ANYBODY BELIEVE THIS?

    THE HALF-BROTHERS, AND ESPECIALLY THE JUDGE, THEY SHOULD BE GUTTED ALIVE.

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