Friday, August 28, 2009

Assassination Attempt on Prince Naif

Terror Breeds More Terror and Terrorists
Director’s Comment:

The Center for Democracy and Human Rights in Saudi Arabia, CDHR, condemns the attempt on Saudi Deputy Interior Minister, Prince Mohammed bin Naif ‘s life on August 28, 2009. CDHR calls on the Saudi ruling elites and their voiceless people to rethink their pre-modern system of tyrannical governance. The Ministry of Interior over which Prince Mohammed’s father has presided for about four decades is in charge of the country's domestic security. Mohammed and his father are in charge of the “religious” police whose ferocious members are empowered to terrorize the Saudi people in the guise of maintaining a “pure” Muslim society. Saudi Arabia under the management of the Saudi ruling princes has become notoriously known for terrorism, religious intolerance, extremism and suicide bombers, like the one who attempted to kill Prince Mohammed. To rid Saudi Arabia, the Middle East and the international community from religious extremism, suicide bombers and other forms of terrorism is to de-politicize Islam through profound transformation of Saudi religious and educational institutions and empowerment of the people, especially women, to save their country from their home grown extremist murderer.

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