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Raif Badawi and Saudi “Justice” by Denis MacEoin (Gatestone Inst.)

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Jun. 8, 2015

  • “My commitment is… to reject any oppression in the name of religion… a goal that we will reach in a peaceful and law-abiding way.” — Raif Badawi.
  • In another example of Saudi “justice,” Badawi’s lawyer, Walid Abu’l-Khayr, was jailed. He was sentenced to 15 years in jail, to be followed by a 15-year travel ban.
  • What is happening to Badawi is a perfect reminder to anyone who claims to be “offended” by “Islamophobia” why it might exist, who is to blame for it, and that it is precisely behavior such as this that justifies it.

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