Saudi religious police arrest 8 Christians

Saudi Arabia’s religious police arrested eight Christians, all Indian nationals, including one who was beaten in front of his 5-year-old son, according to the Washington, D.C.-based human rights group International Christian Concern. The State Department’s annual report says that in Saudi Arabia “religious freedom does not exist” and non-Muslim “worshippers risk arrest, imprisonment, lashing, deportation and sometimes torture for engaging in religious activity that attracts official attention.”

I wonder why Newsweek has not reported this. Oh I know why; Arab good, non-arab bad.

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