Mong States.

#2
Mr Sabat, who is in his 40s, was the host of a satellite TV programme in which he predicted the future.

He was arrested by religious police while on pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia in 2008 and convicted of sorcery.
Never saw that coming, did he?
 
#3
So it's not exactly the place to buy the missus a box of Black Magic for her birthday.
 
#5
Just like that twat behind the counter at the Shell garage, they have the keys to turn on the pumps.
They might be retards but we keep them sweet cos we need fuel.
 
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lsquared said:
Add Saudi Arabia to the list of 'Mong States':

North Korea; Yemen; Zimbabwe; Burma; Great Britain and Saudi Arabia.
UK, USA,Russia, China,France, all permenant member of UN Security Council and the biggest gun runners/arms dealers. Hypocrisy Rules
 

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#8
"There is no legal definition of witchcraft in Saudi Arabia, but horoscopes and fortune telling are condemned as un-Islamic. "

So basically it is down to the whims of the judge on the day... Gotta love kangaroo court law and order. Bring on the building of a couple of douzen new nuclear reactors and hydrogen fuel cell cars. That'll put them in rheir place
 
#9
There is a story about Kelvin McKenzie when he was editor of the The Sun and he sacked his horoscope bloke for recycling old predictions instead of bothering to make up new ones.

McKenzie called him into his office and handed over a letter which began:'As you have no doubt forseen...'

Arf arf.
 
#10
Sorcery? That's Mutaween speak for 'I don't like the shape of your nose son'.
 

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#11
Probably best if Harry Potter forgot about his plans for an Ali Babba tour of the Middle East.
 
#13
mistersoft said:
So it's not exactly the place to buy the missus a box of Black Magic for her birthday.
it's probably the sort of place that you could buy a new missus for your birthday. The food my be better in Thailand though.

But seriously, why are we firing up the bus over this? Yes they hve an opressivee regime, but if you don't like it then don't go to the most Idlamic country in the world. There's nothing to see there if you're not a Muslim anyway. I do feel a little sorry for the current inhabitants but thy can always move to another nearby state of they find it too hard to cope.
 

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#14
JoeCivvie said:
Isn't it time Mystic Meg did a Saudi tour?
What about that portly gentleman with sodomite tendencies who used to appear on GMTV?
 
#15
Pigshyt_Freeman said:
Mr Sabat, who is in his 40s, was the host of a satellite TV programme in which he predicted the future.

He was arrested by religious police while on pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia in 2008 and convicted of sorcery.
Never saw that coming, did he?
Yes...he's probably going to base his "Not guilty" plea on that very thing!
 

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#16
lsquared said:
Add Saudi Arabia to the list of 'Mong States':

North Korea; Yemen; Zimbabwe; Burma; Wales and Saudi Arabia.
Amended that for you mate as you obviously made an inadvertant mistake :p
 
#17
Auld-Yin said:
lsquared said:
Add Saudi Arabia to the list of 'Mong States':

North Korea; Yemen; Zimbabwe; Burma; Wales and Saudi Arabia.
Amended that for you mate as you obviously made an inadvertant mistake :p
Don't forget you need to add Scotland in there as well. Correction corrected. Job jobbed.
 
#18
Auld-Yin said:
lsquared said:
Add Saudi Arabia to the list of 'Mong States':

North Korea; Yemen; Zimbabwe; Burma; Wales and Saudi Arabia.
Amended that for you mate as you obviously made an inadvertant mistake :p
:D

Thank you for reminding me that I had forgotten France.

Remember 'Auld -Yin', that it is the last three minutes that count! In code that means: 31 - 24. :D :D
 
#19
Shoot_to_Kill said:
Auld-Yin said:
lsquared said:
Add Saudi Arabia to the list of 'Mong States':

North Korea; Yemen; Zimbabwe; Burma; Wales and Saudi Arabia.
Amended that for you mate as you obviously made an inadvertant mistake :p
Don't forget you need to add England BECAUSE IT'S RULED BY Scotland in there as well. Correction corrected. Job jobbed.
Fixed it for you. No need to thank me. :D
 
#20
Cuddles said:
Pigshyt_Freeman said:
Mr Sabat, who is in his 40s, was the host of a satellite TV programme in which he predicted the future.

He was arrested by religious police while on pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia in 2008 and convicted of sorcery.
Never saw that coming, did he?
Yes...he's probably going to base his "Not guilty" plea on that very thing!
They'd just add 'fraudulent trading' to the list, and hack off his arms for thieving before decapitating him for telling fortunes.
 

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