What This Saudi Arabian Singer Said Will Probably Earn Her a DEATH Sentence

by Cassy Fiano | October 30, 2015 8:04 am

It’s generally not a very good idea to speak negatively about living conditions in the Middle East, and especially not if you’re a woman. But Saudi Arabian singer Shams Bandar has possibly risked her own life by speaking out.

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Considering how much difficulty the Obama administration has in actually admitting there’s a connection between Islamic State and Islam, it’s amazing how many women from the Muslim world are raising their voices against the violence and subjugation of radical Islam. We’ve written here at length about Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and just last week about an Arab reporter in Israel calling out the Palestinian leadership for inciting violence.

Now, a Saudi-born singer is potentially taking her own life in her hands as she speaks out against the centuries of slaughter and the hellish living conditions in the Arab world.

In a recent interview on the Egyptian Dream television channel, Saudi-born singer Shams Bandar, also known as “Shams the Kuwaiti,” declared she was renouncing her Saudi and Kuwaiti nationalities and seeking citizenship in a European country. In the interview, she defended her decision, saying: “What can these wretched [refugees] do with their Arab citizenship?” All the Arab countries have closed their borders to them.”

It took a lot of courage for her to speak up and say what she did. Hopefully, she can get herself to Europe fast, before there are some terrible consequences for her bravery.

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