BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:10 A.M.) – The Saudi regime has once again demonstrated itself to be a threat to world freedom and peace as a government which enforces (within its own lands) and internationally promotes (through various lobbies and paramilitary proxies) an ideology that criminalizes children who dance in public.
Yesterday, Saudi regime police arrested a teenager in the city of Jeddah for performing the Macarena (a Spanish dance that became very popular in the West during the 1990s) in front of stationary cars at a pedestrian stop. The event had occurred one year ago almost to the day.
The teenager, now in police custody, is being charged with violating public morals and disrupting traffic.
Not catching the would-be moral violating teenager on the day (August 20, 2016) of the deed, Saudi police nonetheless expended resources into conducting a methodical investigation, beginning about one week ago, to locate and detain him.
As of the present time, the teenager has been directed towards civil prosecution authorities and awaits sentencing.
The article above is the personal initiative of Andrew Illingworth and does not reflect any official views of Al-Masdar News