Saudi Arabian cleric says female drivers risk damaging ovaries ( Says “medical studies show” ) ?

Saudi Arabian cleric says female drivers risk damaging ovaries Conservative’s comments aimed at activists protesting against Islamic kingdom’s male-only driving rules Reuters in Riyadh theguardian.com,  Sunday 29 September 2013 14.02 EDT A female Saudi motorist speaks to the media in 2011 after driving her vehicle in defiance of the ban on  women driving.  Photograph: Fahad Shadeed/Reuters…

‘Syrian rebels take responsibility for the chemical attack admitting the weapons were provided by Saudis’ – source

 EEV: Requesting 2nd source confirmation     Photo: EPA In an interview with Dale Gavlak, a Middle East correspondent for the Associated Press and Mint Press News, Syrian rebels tacitly implied that they were responsible for last week’s chemical attack. Some information could not immediately be independently verified.  “From numerous interviews with doctors, Ghouta residents, rebel fighters…

Saudi takes keys away from more rogue women drivers

Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation – Tue, 27 Aug 2013 07:15 AM Author: Lisa AndersonMore news from our correspondents Female driver Azza Al Shmasani displays a note that she says was placed on her car by an unknown person in Saudi Arabia, on June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Police in…

General was called ‘Poppa Panda Sexy’ pants by junior officer he was having an affair with, court hears as he faces jail for sex assault

Affair lasted for three years between the  general and a Captain who was 17-years younger Relationship occurred across continents  and war zones as the pair encountered one another Captain flew into a jealous rage and  began emailing other officers Sinclair was seeing before revealing all to Army’s  top brass Sinclair also is charged with having …

Foreign interests in Egypt: ‘UK, US, and Qatar might be behind the violent clashes’ – expert ( Lehmann International Services )

    Photo: EPA Dozens of people are reported to have been killed in Egypt, as security forces moved in on Wednesday morning to clear two protest camps in Cairo. Christof Lehmann, Consultant in politics at Lehmann International Services from Denmark, gave the Voice of Russia his comment on the situation. 0The government is breaking up…

Saudi princess accused of human trafficking

Woman living in California kept Kenyan maid confined to house and took passport, say prosecutors in human trafficking case  Reuters in Los Angeles guardian.co.uk,   Thursday 11 July 2013 00.23 EDT Meshael Alayban, who is accused of keeping a Kenyan maid as a slave in a human-trafficking case launched by Californian prosecutors. Photograph: EPA/Irvine police Prosecutors in…

Woolwich murder, the MI6 connection: Younger brother of Michael Adebolajo ‘was paid thousands to spy in Middle East’

Jeremiah  Adebolajo, 26, is a university English teacher in Saudi Arabia Allegedly  approached by MI6 who pressured him to become a spy Flown business  class to five-star hotels and handed cash Sister Blessing  says he ‘strongly’ rejected offers to work for MI6 Asked to  help ‘turn’ his brother Michael because of links to terror groups…

Saudi religious police boss condemns Twitter users

  The head of Saudi Arabia’s religious police has warned citizens against using Twitter, which is rising in popularity among Saudis. Sheikh Abdul Latif Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh said anyone using social media sites – and especially Twitter – “has lost this world and his afterlife”. Twitter was the platform for those who did not have…

Report: OPEC costs Americans hundreds of billions of dollars

Posted By Michael Bastasch On 3:35 PM  04/26/2013 In Daily Caller News Foundation | No Comments Depending on oil from nations in the oil cartel OPEC is costing Americans hundreds of billions of dollars every year, according to a new report that claims domestic consumers paid a $335 billion premium for OPEC oil in 2011.…

Saudi Arabia deports 3 men for being too sexy

EEV: As reported in The Daily Caller and the New York Post Saudi Arabia deports 3 men for being too sexy By MICHAEL BLAUSTEIN Last Updated:  10:12 AM, April 17, 2013 Posted: 10:11 AM, April 17, 2013 Three men were booted out of Saudi Arabia because they were deemed “too handsome” by religious authorities who…

Saudi women allowed to ride bikes

Photo: EPA Saudi women, who for many years have sought opportunities to operate vehicles have obtained such a right with the corresponding decision being made by the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice in the Saudi kingdom.  However, they have only been allowed to ride bicycles and motorized buggies.  According to…