"confessed to doing what God has forbidden"The justice ministry went on to bleat whiningly about what it called "foreign interference" in the case and threatened to cancel the lucrative contracts it has doled out to its lackeys in the West, primarily the UK and the US, which explains why the BBC concludes its report with this comment:
The US, a major Saudi ally, declined to comment specifically on the sentence, but did call the case "astonishing"Well, at least they had expressed some opinion, which is more than one can say for the arse-licking Brits - after all, did not one of our government ministers in a previous administration actually pimp for catamites when these Saudi princes and ministers visited the West, even though it was illegal for Mr Aitken to have done so?
However, the Saudi justice ministry did let a couple of new pieces of information come to light: first, that the woman that they intend flogging near to death allegedly admitted that she was having an adulterous affair with her male companion whom she was with in the vehicle at the time they were attacked by the gang of lust-driven slavering brutes, and second, that the gang were not content with raping the woman but were so consumed by lust that they raped her male-companion also - thereby demonstrating the oft-repeated claim that woman are equal to men under Islam is not entirely spurious.
Those whose voices are raised demanding equality for the sexes will be pleased to know that the male rape victim was also sentenced to the same 90 lashes that his female companion was. Fortunately for him, however, he did not question the so-called justice being meted out to him by brutish Shari'a law, so he escaped the additional 110 lashes and 6 months in prison ladled-out to his woman companion who, it seems, did have the balls to complain.
And to think that 40% of Muslims living in the UK claim that they want Shari'a law imposed here too.