The beheading of a Sudanese man in Saudi Arabia
Don't expect Wahhabi Arab liberals (who write for the mouthpieces of Saudi princes) to utter a word against the beheading of a Sudanese man in Saudi Arabia on charges of sorcery and heresy. I asked friends on Facebook to ask Wahhabi Arab liberals on Facebook for their reaction to the beheading of the Sudanese man. One replied that once he asked one Arab liberal, he instantly unfriended. A tough question, it seems. That only proves my theory: Arab liberals are nothing but timid Wahhabis.