King That Led The World In Beheadings
Posted: Saturday, January 24, 2015
Western Politicians and Media Rush To Issue Tributes To King That Led The World In Beheadings
The Saudis under King Abdullah have beheaded more people than ISIS, treated women drivers and atheists as terrorists, and flogged people who speak out.
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