Folks, this is a list that will show why we are fighting against SHARIA Law in America.
If you have travelled to the Middle East, you’ll see this everywhere especially in the nation of Saudi Arabia.
They have some of the strictest laws, rules and customs in the region, and if you don’t stick to those, you could end up in trouble. Here are some of the most extreme examples!
All forms of pork are banned in the strictly Muslim country of Saudi Arabia, so you definitely won’t find any bacon anywhere.
Since Saudi Arabia is strictly a Muslim country, all other consumable meats are also Halal only.
There’s the ban on showing any skin at all. In fact, it’s completely forbidden by law to wear any dress that shows skin. A Hijab is mandatory at all times for females.
You can’t go to the cinema or the theater in Saudi Arabia. The government there strongly censor all form of entertainment, so there are no movie theaters in the country at all.
Street photography is frowned upon to the point of almost being illegal, as cybercrime laws in Saudi Arabia are notoriously strict.
If you’re looking for a boozy vacation filled with all hours up partying, Saudi Arabia is not the place. There is a complete ban on alcohol. If it’s found on you, you could wind up in prison.
Women aren’t allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia. This probably sounds insane to other cultures, but it’s what the country’s leaders have decided.
Any form of pornography is also banned in Saudi Arabia, including films, magazines and photos. Just what the heck do they look up on the internet there then?
Single men and women are not allowed to be seen together in public, even if they are amongst a group of friends. Apart from family, all opposite sex encounters are forbidden.
Following on from this ban on dates, wearing red or having red roses is also banned in public. So Valentine’s Day is pretty much a non-starter.
This law has been relaxed slightly in recent years, with stores allowed to sell flowers for Valentines. But they were expensive as heck.
The leaders of the country’s have also banned the sale or buying of cats and dogs, as they view it as a westernised tradition.
There is no such thing as religious freedom in Saudi Arabia. You’re not allowed to practice other religions apart from Islam, or carry any other religious symbols.
Music in public is prohibited in Saudi Arabia, so that means no music in places people in the west are used to it being played, like at malls. Music isn’t even taught at public schools, but locals are free to teach themselves or hire private tutors.
But, since like many Middle Eastern countries Saudi Arabia is currently experiencing a tourist boom like never before, many of these laws are being relaxed. For example, women can now access healthcare without their husband’s consent, which has never happened before.
H/T: Aunty Acid
H/T: Conservative Post