The old fashioned flying carpet is a thing of the past. Today's Saudi ponderers of flesh kidnap clandestinely.
It is an open secret in Washington that the State Department is extremely sensitive to criticism of its actions regarding Saudi Arabia and its Princes.
BBC OBITUARY ~ KING FAHD ~ "Monday, August 1, 2005 ~ King Fahd (1921-2005) ascended to Saudi Throne in 1982. He had a reputation as a playboy in his youth, with allegations of excessive womanizing, drinking and gambling.Indeed, it is claimed that he once lost more than $6m in one night at the Monte Carlo casino. There was a joke that new Cadillac made-to-order cars were dumped as soon as their ashtrays were full. King Fahd himself amassed a personal fortune estimated at $18bn".He was known for his extravagant vacations in Spain’s Costa del Sol. The posh resort town of Marbella is where he built his magnificent palace named “Mar Mar”, and each year for a month or more he would stay there. Luxury villas and hundreds of rooms in five-star hotels would be reserved for his entourage, and hundreds of millions dollars would be spent by the King and his Royals. Read more ...
Princess Basma bint Saud bin Abdul Aziz, born on March 1st, 1965 to Jamila Mehri, a Syrian woman, is the 115th child of King Saud, who ruled Saudi Arabia during 1953-64. The princess is a divorcee; currently lives in Acton, England with 3 of her 5 Children. Read more...
Matt Cantor, Newser Staff reporter posted on September 8, 2011 a WikiLeaks release saying King Abdullah bin Abdulazia isn’t letting age slow him down.
ED Noor: I would hardly call the use and abuse of sex slaves as "romance".
The information in the telegram came from a Western health expert involved with the Saudi royal family, Ynet reports. The source was in Saudi Arabia to care for one of Abdullah’s wives, but in a mix-up, he got the king’s records. Before getting the telegram, the US had guessed that Abdullah’s age was between 82 and 87. But it was revealed that he was 92 years old. Read more ...
"I worked in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for four years. Once, when I was driving a Saudi coleague to the airporwhen I was driving a Saudi colleague to the airport, I watched this line of trucks parked at a Royal 737 on the tarmac and unloading boxes and boxes of stuff. I was told by the fella I was with (a Saudi army Captain) that it was the King and his clan replenishing the booze and fancy food stocks that were running low ~ the plane had flown to the UK empty just to pick up the stocks for the Royal turd and his Princes. LOL. What hypocrites ~ Read full story..Readers may be aware that Saudi Kings are officially addressed as 'Khadim-ul-Haramain wash Sharifain' (the Custodians of two holy mosques in Makka and Madina).
It is not just the Kings, the Saudi Royal family as a whole is famous for their lavish spending, womanizing, drinking, gambling and other vices.
Prince Waleed spent $485 million for this custom Airbus, with interior amenities designed by British firm 'Design Q'.
Prince Walid bin Talal has summered in Cannes for the past 3 decades, and owns a 281 foot yacht called “the Kingdom” that he bought from Donald Trump. The yacht comes complete with a disco studio and helicopter. Read more..
The rape victim did not go public, and the original complaint appears to have remained largely unknown. The case was quietly closed in July 2010 for what a judge on the Mediterranean resort Island of Ibiza called a lack of evidence.
But on appeal, a Spanish provincial court for the Balearic Islands, which has jurisdiction over Ibiza, ordered the judge to resume investigating and to summon the prince to appear.
According to Provincial Court’s Order to reopen the case, medical tests conducted by Departments of Spain’s National Institute of Toxicology and Forensic Science turned up traces of Nordazepam (Sleep-inducing chemical), and Semen in the victim's urine.
The victim's lawyer, Javier Beloqui, said the tests supported her claim that her drink had been spiked and that she was sexually assaulted. He called on Prince Al-waleed to provide at least a DNA test in order to compare it with the traces of semen found. Read more...
In 1982, a Miami judge issued a warrant to search Prince Turki's 24th-floor penthouse to determine if he was holding an Egyptian woman, Nadia Lutefi Mustafa, as sex slave, against her will.
Prince Turki and his French bodyguards prevented a search from taking place, and then won retroactive diplomatic immunity to forestall any legal unpleasantness. Read more....
She tells Hugh Miles and Robert Mendick why she does not want to return. “My branch of the family was always different from the rest of Al Saud – open, controversial and diverse. We celebrate Christmas.”
Wearing a V-neck sweater, leggings and running shoes, Princess Sara dresses like any Westerner and refuses to wear a veil. Her nails are bright red.
The divorced princess currently lives in London after moving to Britain in 2007. She studied at the King Saud University in Riyadh, and married a royal cousin while still young. She was divorced in her twenties.
She claims that she was assaulted outside the Saudi embassy by an official who tried to grab her arm. The police were not called because the princess was trying to avoid a scandal. Sara, 38, believes senior Saudi officials plotted to have her kidnapped and brought back to Riyadh and claims they subjected her to a "well orchestrated and malicious campaign of persecution". A Saudi embassy diplomat confirmed the embassy had been involved in visa negotiations. Read full report...
BBC News : Monday, July 20, 2009 reported that Saudi Princess who fell pregnant with a British man has been granted asylum in UK. She was married to a Saudi Prince. Read more.
Southwark Crown Court heard that Ribbsaeter, who was described as vain and egocentric, became angry when he saw his chances of future prosperity disappear. Things turned sour in September last year when Princess Sara returned to her central London flat to find her boyfriend with two other women.
The court heard, despite being upset she had agreed to have an evening out with Ribbsaeter, and they were driven to various London nightspots in her Rolls Royce by her driver Mr. Tokatlian. When they returned home she informed him their relationship was over but when she fell asleep Ribbsaeter allegedly lunged at her. Read full Report.
ED Noor: I have investigated this Ribbsaeter and he is a gold-digging immoral libertine with a temper on steroids.
Saudi newspaper Ash-Sharq on February 03, 2011, devoted its main page to launch a scathing and virulent attack on Saudis who travel abroad and indulge in obscene (sex) parties, night clubs and prowl in sex tourism countries around the Globe. Watch this Video
The paper published several pictures, videos and films showing Saudi girls dancing with boys and other local men in obscene parties. Watch this Video clip
The paper wrote "many Saudi female students abroad have been seen mixing with local men openly. Many Saudi women have been spotted with a lot of makeup prowling on the streets of Cairo, Malaysia and other places often dancing in public places. Many Saudi families have been seen at night clubs all over the world". Read full Report
The shocking news is Ghamdi was set free by Salafi Judiciary and Government of Saudi Arabia even though he confessed that he beat her. He was asked to pay Fifty thousand Saudi Riyals as compensation to his wife for his daughter's murder.
Lama al-Ghamdi, 5 year old child's spine, ribs, left arm were broken and skull crushed, when she was admitted into hospital. Doctors testified that she was raped repeatedly and her rectum was ripped open then burned in at attempt to hide the crime. She died in October 2012 from her injuries after 10 months in hospital. Read more...
An American diplomatic document reveals a secret party of a Saudi Prince with alcohol, drugs, sex and prostitutes. In yet another flurry of secret documents of U.S. diplomacy, the site WikiLeaks showed, in great detail, a Halloween party organized by a wealthy Saudi prince in Jeddah with the highest quality drink, drugs and sex with prostitutes.One of the secret documents, dated 18/11/2009, reported:
"Behind the facade of Wahhabi conservatism on the streets, the nightlife for the young elite of Jeddah is thriving and throbbing. The full range of worldly temptations and vices are available ~ alcohol, drugs, sex ~ but strictly behind closed doors."Local American consulate officials were invited to the Halloween party, an all-American date, at the mansion of a young Saudi prince in Jeddah. The prince’s name was omitted from the document, as the diplomats themselves acknowledge that their names should be withheld. The only clue is that this Prince belongs to the Al Thunayan huge family. Read more...
Prince Sattam al-Saud faces international Arrest warrant
As per Daily Telegraph, UK, Prince Sattam met Ms Cohen-Ahnine, a Jewish French national, at Browns nightclub in London in 1998. She became pregnant and gave birth to their daughter in 2001. In 2006 Sattam broke his relationship with Ms Cohen-Ahnine and married his cousin in Saudi Arabia. The Jewish mother won the custody battle for their daughter Aya after a long court battle.
However, after winning her daughter's Custody case, Ms Candice Cohen-Ahnine, fell from her Paris apartment on February 1, 2012; suspected by police as murder. The French newspapers disclosed that she slipped and fallen to her death as she was escaping something dangerous to her life. Read more...
According to Sunday Times, UK, Glamorous hostesses were allegedly paid tens of thousands of pounds from a BAE Systems slush fund to attend lavish parties where a Saudi prince and his entourage were guests of honour. The money was paid to Anouska Bolton Lee and Karajan Mallinder to meet mortgage, rent, credit card and council tax bills. The two women went to parties in a penthouse suite at the Carlton Tower hotel in Knightsbridge attended by Prince Turki bin Nasser and other senior Saudis involved in the £40 billion al-Yamamah arms deal. Read Full Story appeared in Sunday Times
According to Dailymail ~ Petrina Montrose who is now 37 and lives in Essex, UK, claimed she was one of three women hired to take part in an orgy with a tall and greasy Saudi Prince. Miss Montrose said she and other two women had been told to go to the five-star Dorchester hotel, in Central London.
Another woman, Denise Hewitt claimed that she and another famous lady had an orgy with her regular client, a Saudi Prince. Read full story appeared in Dailymail
ED Noor: The “famous lady” referred to is Heather Mills (right) and the article is actually an expose of some of her more notorious exploits. This was, of course, well before she lost her leg or met Paul McCartney.
The Duchess of York's biographer, Alan Starkie, reported she declined a $3 million offer from a Saudi Prince she called "Rubber Lips" who wanted to bed her.
May 30, 2010: Starkie reported that "Sarah had no real source of income,
"When her debts approached 3 million pounds, "I introduced her to a member of the Saudi royal family who was willing to pay it off completely," Starkie said.”I arranged for Sarah to visit him. He met her alone, clad in flowing robes and a lascivious grin. "When he tried to kiss her, she fled home and quickly called me, referring to the fellow dismissively as 'Rubber Lips,' indicating that when those lips sprung forward and plastered themselves upon her mouth, 'it felt like extricating oneself from a suction cup' as she pulled free". Read more...Prince Nayef bin Fawwaz Al Shalaan moved two tons of cocaine from Colombia to an airport outside Paris, using his diplomatic status and a royal family 727 jet, U.S. and French law enforcement authorities told ABC News. He is under indictment by U.S. and French authorities, but living outside the reach of American law in Saudi Arabia, according to Raffanello. The United States and Saudi Arabia have no extradition treaty. A trial for the prince's alleged co-conspirators is scheduled to begin in a federal court in Miami. Prince Al-Shalaan also has an earlier drug charge ~ he was indicted in Mississippi on narcotics charges in 1984, and remains a fugitive in that case as well, according to the DEA.
Fabrice Monti, a former French police investigator, said the powerful Saudi Interior Minister, Prince Nayef bin Abdel Aziz, actually threatened to cancel certain business deals with the French government if the narcotics investigation of a fellow prince continued.
"The Saudi government acts as one to set up a protective barrier between the Prince and French justice and threatened to not sign a very important and lucrative contract in the works for a very long time," said Fabrice Monti, who has written a book on the subject. Read ABC News Full story.
The Guardian reported ~ November 16, 2007 ~
"It is a remarkable shopping list by any standards. And it has landed the Saudi ambassador to Britain, Prince Mohammed bin Nawwaf bin Abdul Aziz, the nephew of King Abdullah, with a possible £3m debt, and the embarrassment of having allegations about the ostentatious spending habits of the royal family laid bare. Bills he is claimed to have run up on an array of luxury amusements include, a selection of handguns and a trip to a hotel in Casablanca that reads : Girls : party night 5". Read Full ReportThe Scotsman reported (25 April, 2003) that two British men had been arrested in Paris on suspicion of running a multi-million-dollar call girl ring that allegedly supplied prostitutes to Princes, film stars and captains of industry. According to the Scotsman, the two men are also being investigated over allegations of supplying prostitutes to a member of the Saudi Royal family who allegedly paid nearly 2 million for three months of loyal service. Read more ...
Moroccan newspaper, Al-Alam, revealed how women are being sent to Saudi Arabia under the cover of Umra visa. Once the women arrive in Saudi Arabia, they find that they are in the control of a prostitution ring.
Al-Quds, an Arabic newspaper reported that the Saudi Human Rights Centre in Jeddah was the source of the story about the prostitution ring operating under the cover of the Umra pilgrimage.
A Moroccan woman told Al-Quds that women were held in a brothel in Jeddah after they were granted a one-month visa to enter Saudi Arabia for the duration of the Umra.
Al-Quds also reported that a Moroccan journalist infiltrated a villa in Rabat, Morocco and was able to get closer to “the world of the Saudis”. In May 2002, she reported revealing the abuse that some Moroccan teenagers underwent at the hands of sex traders in Saudi Arabia.
The following report appeared in ' The London Times'.
"MODELS, SEX AND THE SAUDI ROYAL FAMILY PRINCELINGS"
May 17, 2006 ~ The world's largest modeling agency has launched an investigation into allegations that senior staff pressured girls as young as 13 into sex and drugs. Several senior executives at Elite Model Management, which represents the super models Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford, have been suspended following the allegations, filmed by an undercover BBC crew. The MacIntyre Undercover program on BBC1 on Tuesday night showed Gerald Marie, the European president of Elite, saying that he was planning to have sex with girls in a modeling competition final. The average age of the girls was 15.
Mr. Marie, the ex-husband of Linda Evangelista, was filmed propositioning Lisa Brinkworth, an investigative reporter, when she was posing as a model. "I give you one million lire (£300) if you sleep with me," he is said to have told her. The documentary claimed that two employees had been suspended after boasting about their sexual exploits with younger models.
John Casablancas, the chairman of Elite, issued an "unreserved apology for the behaviour of his staff captured in the documentary, saying that it showed "some of the darkest aspects of the modeling industry. Marilyn Models, a French agency, had attempted to prevent the documentary from being screened, but a court rejected the agency's argument that it breached privacy laws.
Casablancas does not mention the selling of models to Saudi princes as the darkest aspects of his business. John Casablancas was accused by Ilene Ford from Ford Modeling Agency of introducing young models to Saudi Princes.