3/9/17 The bride and groom are at the altar, their faces lit up in a fiery kiss, as a bridegroom calls out, “Allah akbar!”
The bride’s father-in-law stands behind them, shouting, “This is a beautiful marriage!”
The groom’s father shouts back, “And I’m with you, dad!”
The mother-in, who is also in attendance, shouts back at him, “But we are Muslim, you idiot!”
The father-on-one in front of the bride’s mother looks at the groom and says, “If you can’t be beautiful, then how do you have any right to marry someone who is?”
The groom turns to the bride and says: “I love you, but we cannot be a perfect couple.”
And he kisses her on the cheek and says in Arabic, “You will have to make your choice.”
The bride says, in English, “Yes!” and walks away.
A video of the ceremony shows a beautiful bride in full hijab standing at the door, a veil covering her face and hair.
At the ceremony, she says, with tears in her eyes, “I’m not going to go back to a country that does not respect me.
I have my choice, and I will make it.”
She is followed by her father-at-law, who shouts in Arabic that this is not a marriage between two women, but between two men.
The groom is wearing a dark suit, a dark scarf, and a long black scarf.
The father and mother-on–one are wearing dark suits and white dresses.
At this point, the bride turns to her father and says with tears streaming down her face, “Dad, I’m not in a hurry.
I’ve got to make the decision.”
And her father, who was also at the wedding, shouts at her, “Look, you can go back!”
And the bride says in English with tears running down her eyes: “Yes!
At this moment, the groom turns back to his father-for-life and says to him, in Arabic: “Please, stop!
I don’t want to go there anymore.
I love you.”
And his father shouts at him in English: “You don’t love me, you bastard!
You hate me.
What are you doing?!
The parents and the groom leave the room and the video ends.
4/9 and 5/9 Saudi Arabia has a history of anti-Muslim hate speech.
The country has one of the world’s highest suicide rates, and the country is a major producer of synthetic drugs, which have been linked to an increase in mental illness.
In February 2018, Saudi Arabia enacted new legislation banning any form of expression or behavior deemed as insulting, harmful, or degrading toward Islam or other faiths, including wearing the hijab, wearing the niqab, or wearing a burqa.
The law was meant to combat terrorism, but it has been condemned as a violation of human rights, as it prohibits all forms of religious expression.
The legislation has sparked widespread protests and condemnation, with people calling for the law to be repealed.
On January 25, 2019, a video was released showing a man shouting anti-Islamic slurs at an elderly woman who was walking past her house.
The man reportedly said, “They are coming for the women!
They will rape them!” and that she should wear a hijab to “protect herself from them.”
The video has been viewed nearly 2 million times.
On February 5, 2018, a Saudi man killed a young woman on her way home from work.
The woman was walking down the street with her friends when she was struck by a car and killed.
The death has been widely condemned as an act of terrorism, and there are calls for Saudi Arabia to implement a strict anti-terrorism law.
The new law also bans the wearing of headscarves by women.
5/11 The United Arab Emirates is the only country in the Middle East where religious laws are not explicitly mentioned in law, but Sharia law is the official state religion.
Sharia is a set of strict, Islamic laws that govern behavior, social interactions, and personal relationships.
According to the Al Jazeera Arabic report on the UAE, the law requires women to cover their heads when praying, and forbids women from working outside the home.
Saudi Arabia also has a harsh anti-blasphemy law.
In October 2017, a man was arrested for writing a verse on his door that condemned blasphemers, saying that they must be punished and must be stoned to death.
A local court sentenced him to 1,000 lashes and a year in prison.
6/11 In 2014, the UAE passed a law that requires girls to attend school in the Islamic hijab.
The school, which is run by the UAE-based UAE Foundation for Women, is the most conservative school in