Dear Saudi Arabia

Why do you keep crushing our souls?

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21 thoughts on “Dear Saudi Arabia

  1. There, there, my sweet. My FB status, as you may well have already seen, echoes this very sentiment!

    Remember, after it happened it gave me epiphanies of sorts, so at least take heart in that. Those two (or were they three?) douche-tampons helped this girl make one HUGE life-altering decision. Gotta give them credit for that, if for nothing else!

    *hugs*

  2. Saudi Arabia is not doing anything

    religous fanatics and enemies of happiness are the ones who are crushing our souls

    but if we look at history we will know that legalized discrimination never pervails

  3. Like any other country there is alot of good and bad that goes along here the problem is there are no concrete steps are taken to correct the situation. The fat cats that issolate the big officials and make sure the oridinary citzens dont get to him, and hear his complain, are the one to blame for most of our ills, its those sick layes of uselss no gooders that had to be elimiated in order for this country to prosper.

    For most part King Abdullah is a sincere man who has, and try dearly to bring social and economic justce to this country, it is those leaches who hangs on their dear life in every aspect of the government, sucking the great resource of this country dry and depriving of this and the next generation of need revenues.

    Also the tribal territorialsm, racism, which I experice first hand in Riyadh, and relighous fanatiscim.are the three major things that this country ant it leadership has to watch for. ofcousre curtailing the allmight authoright of THE PRESIDENCY OF PREVENTION OF EVIL AND PROPAGATION OF VIRTUE ….

    U JUST CANT GO AROUND KILLING PEOPLE IN COLD BLOOD TIME AFTER TIME AFTER TIME, AFTER TIME AND GET AWAY WITH IT…

    IN A SOVERN STATE THAT HAVE A JUDICAL SYSTEM..THIS A TRAGEDY…

    INDEED WAKE UP SAUDI ARABIA..

    CORDIALLY URS

    SPONATIOUS_COMBUSTION

  4. I wonder, is it Saudi crushing our souls? or is it our society? I don’t doubt that Saudi can be corrupt at times, but seriously its not Saudi that crushes our souls, its the people who keep us from reaching our souls.

    I think we should all sit back and ask this question: why is Saudi crushing our souls? Is it Saudi really that crushes us? or the people we encounter?

    From my point of view, i think the people who we meet in this world either encourage us or shut us down, and its our choice to let them encourage us, or let them shut us down.

    I think so many Saudi citizens let the people they come across with, shut them down. They don’t fight for what they want. they don’t take initiative and start something, instead of talking about it. They simply let “Saudi” crush their souls, with them folding their arms and watching as their dreams quickly becoming part of the past

    I love Saudi Arabia, and I love the people in it. I hate though when i see someone trying SO HARD to crush another person, but i hate even more when i see the person being crushed doing………… nothing about it

  5. I take it that you have never lived outside of Saudi Arabia for a long time.

    Every country in the World has its positives and negatives. Right now, if I could have any citizenship, it would be that of Saudi Arabia’s – no questions asked.

    You are lucky you are a Saudi citizen. There is so much in Saudia to enjoy – the holy mosques, the corniches, the shops, the restaurants, the 4X4 desert cruising, the beaches, and so forth.

    Life is short my friend. Enjoy while you can because once you don’t have a certain thing, that is when you miss it the most.

    Most of non-Saudi muslims who have lived in Saudi Arabia miss the country dearly and believe me, we pray for it to become more and more powerful and richer.

  6. because people like you dosen’t have any better things to do than tlaking about the past.

    Move on & make a better world to live in!

    Cheers!!!

  7. Where is the rest of the letter? I just saw one question…Anyways that is the anniversary of the day my children were poisoned and we are still waiting for justice. Justice is always extracted in one form or another…

    No one is above the law…no one!

  8. u gotta b thankful that Saudi Arabia is ur country
    never throw a stone into the well that u had drunk from
    unfortunately ,some ppl r naturally thankless
    <3 thank God i consider my self a lucky person that im a Muslim living in K.S.A <3

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