Abu Sin is a teenage child from Saudi Arabia who was flirting with an American lady online. The Saudi regime found out about it and had a child arrested. Cenk Uygur, Grace Baldridge, and Brett Erlich, hosts of The Young Turks, mangle it down. Tell us what we consider in a criticism territory below. http://tytnetwork.com/join
“Abu Sin, a immature male in Saudi Arabia, met Christina Crockett, a 21-year-old in California, on YouNow, an online village forum that allows people to discuss publicly in genuine time…
In one video exchange, Abu Sin — a nickname that means “the toothless one” since he had curved front teeth — is wearing a black ball shawl flipped sideways. Blond-haired Christina is wearing a gray tank top. (Police told internal media that Abu Sin is 19, though some have questioned that.)
“Christina, we adore you,” says Abu Sin in damaged English.
“I adore you, too,” she replies, smiling.
Then he asks her, jokingly, to marry him. She tells him to wait, and draws a marriage rope on her finger. “I wish to marry you, too,” she says.
“Yes, yes,” says Abu Sin. “Thank we really much.”
Then, Saudi Arabia’s probity authorities found out about Abu Sin’s cyber romance.
In a regressive Sunni Muslim kingdom, there are despotic manners separating a genders. Virtually all open spaces are segregated, and many women wear head-to-toe black abayas as good as veils covering their face and hair. Unmarried group and women who association romantically mostly face harassment, complicated fines, even detain during a hands of a eremite police. If caught, women in sold face amicable tarnish and punishment by t…