1. fredbloggs says

    I just don’t understand why the West doesn’t treat Saudi the same as South Africa during apartheid, and subject it to sanctions. Or rather, I do understand.

    Still, small steps.

  2. says

    I enjoyed the berobed thugs shying away from her whenever she gave them a mouthful. Nothing intimidates them as much as a confident woman.

  3. Aratina Cage says

    It’s unreal to see the shit women have to put up with there firsthand.

  4. Tsu Dho Nimh says

    What was her infraction? Walking alone? Wearing nail polish? Wearing lipstick? Looking happy?

    I like her “this is headed for Twitter and Facebook” comment.

  5. Andrew B. says

    Aha! That’s a clip from Memri, run by Zionist Israelis! Your argument is invalid! Gotcha!

    In all seriousness, big tip of the hat to this woman. I also was happy to see the religious “police” seemingly put in their place by the real police/mall security.

  6. kev_s says

    Wow. That was a brave women. I’d love to know what the police said to the religious thug. Probably not much.

  7. David Hart says

    “You are not the boss of me.”

    At the risk of veering wildly, off-topic, is our host a TMBG fan? I hope so.

  8. GordonWillis says

    It beats me how those Saudi bigots can have such women and not be proud of them. That was so good to see. Bloody well done.

  9. mirax says

    I totally respect her confidence and courage but did you not feel sad that the guys backed off because she namedropped a man, presumably someone with considerable power? Where would another woman with comparable spirit but without the social connections be, facing off the religious thugs as well as the police?

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