Sunday, July 26, 2009

Alleged child sex slavery in Saudi Arabia


Most Moslems that we have met are friendly, hospitable and even liberal.

However, the leaders of some Moslem countries are allied to the Pentagon and are not necessarily friendly, hospitable and liberal.

It is difficult to tell how much of the following is true.

Reportedly, "a US citizen enslaved and tortured by King Fahd's nephews was told by a guard in their palace prison the last person to inhabit his cell was a 'US girl child whore slave'." - Saudi princes are the high end buyers in the US child sex slave market

Reportedly, "it is quite well known within the international slave trade that Saudi princes are high end buyers." (Cached)



Reportedly, "Prince Faisal built a marble palace on Kirby in the posh River Oaks section of Houston.

"He had procurers go to various areas where young people congregated and bring them back to his palace.

"The prince had a continual party fueled by a stream procured teenagers both male and female.

"It was relatively easy for the procurers as the word got out about the sumptuous surroundings of the prince.

"The prince had the best of foods, drink and drugs available every day for his continual party." (Cached)



Reportedly, "Prince Mohammed bin Fahd, Governor of the Eastern Province has been accused by the Al Saud newsletter of condoning sex slavery within his administered area.

"We have been told Governor Prince Mohammed is an active participant in the child sex rings of the Eastern Province.

"We have been told he has parties for his friends with child sex as the main entertainment. Governor Prince Mohammed likes Hollywood where there are many boys and girls from which to entice into becoming sex slaves in Saudi Arabia under the ruse of film and modeling contracts.

"These sex slaves are allegedly sold and resold until they are used up whereupon they are helicoptered over Rubal Khali and dumped." (Cached)



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1 comment:

director said...

This is very well made and we comment the Prince interview. Most of the quotes seem to be from statedepartment.com so should they not be acknowledged.

 
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