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Boy, 14, arrested in Saudi for 'improper public behaviour' by dancing to Macarena in street

Posted on 23. Aug, 2017 by in Republican Party

Boy, 14, arrested in Saudi for 'improper public behaviour' by dancing to Macarena in street

A 14-year-old boy has been arrested in the Saudi city of Jeddah for dancing to the Macarena song in a street. The boy was accused of "improper public behaviour" for enjoying the 1990s pop hit as he crossed a road. Jeddah boy dancing in the middle of Tahlia Street is the hero we need pic.twitter.com/fui9v2UuDF— Ahmed Al Omran (@ahmed) August 19, 2017 Mecca  police said the unnamed boy also disrupted traffic. It was unclear if he was going to be formally charged. In a 45 minute video clip, shared widely on social media, the boy stops halfway across the road and starts the well-known dance routine. The footage was first posted last year, but his arrest was reported on Monday. Some said the boy was a "legend" and "hero", while others apparently agreed with the Saudi authorities, stating that he behaviour was "immoral". That's the kind of son I wanna have ������ https://t.co/iCDJ8Kyfdk— Sahira Nahari (@sahiranahari) August 22, 2017 I love him https://t.co/Joa5BHdkvJ— آيمي روكو (@AmyRoko) August 22, 2017 Earlier this month, a singer was arrested in the religiously conservative Islamic kingdom for using the 'dab' move in an onstage dance. Abdallah al-Shahani performed the dance at a music festival in the city of Taif in southwestern Saudi Arabia. The dance had been banned in the Kingdom by the National Committee for Drug Control, on the grounds that it advocated or encouraged drug abuse, according to Saudi media. A young woman was arrested last month after footage emerged of her wearing a miniskirt and crop top at an archaeological site. The woman is being questioned after footage emerged of her walking through a fort The unnamed woman was detained by Saudi Arabia’s vice and virtue police on charges of wearing “indecent clothing”. لو كانت اجنبية كان تغزلوا بجمال خصرها وفتنتة عيناها .. بس لانها سعودية يطلبوا محاكمتها ! #مطلوب_محاكمة_مودل_خلود pic.twitter.com/ttYqynySN2— فاطمة العيسى (@50BM_) July 16, 2017  


Donald Trump defends his response to Charlottesville as protesters clash with police ouside Phoenix rally

Posted on 23. Aug, 2017 by in Republican Party

Donald Trump defends his response to Charlottesville as protesters clash with police ouside Phoenix rally

Donald Trump defended his response to the Charlottesville white supremacist violence in a divisive Arizona speech on Tuesday night, rebuking the "very dishonest media" for misrepresenting his statements. Protesters clashed with police outside the arena in Phoenix after the rally. Police fired tear gas and smoke grenades to disperse the crowds. Mr Trump last week blamed hatred "on many sides" for the violence ten days ago in Virginia that left a protester dead and several injured when they were run over by a white supremacist. President Donald Trump speaks in Arizona Credit: AP On Tuesday night, surrounded by his supporters after one of the most challenging periods of his young, chaotic presidency, the president re-read the three statements he had delivered in the aftermath of the violence - but omitted the "many sides" remark. President Donald Trump arrives at a rally at the Phoenix Convention Center, Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017, in Phoenix Credit: AP He said, getting visibly angry, that he had "openly called for healing, unity and love" in his responses.  "What happened in Charlottesville strikes at the core of America and tonight, this entire arena stands united in forceful condemnation of the thugs that perpetrated hatred and violence," he said. .@POTUS: "Not only does the media give a platform to hate groups, but the media turns a blind eye to the gang violence on our streets." pic.twitter.com/W1pNpjPJfV— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 23, 2017 The president had been widely criticised on both sides of the political spectrum and around the world for failing to condemn neo-Nazis and other hate groups by name in his initial response to the protest and then insisting there was blame on "both sides". James Clapper, the former US director of national intelligence and retired lieutenant general, questioned Mr Trump's "fitness" to be president after the speech. James Clapper, former director of national intelligence, says he questions President Trump's fitness for office https://t.co/IRRXg7paZM— CNN (@CNN) August 23, 2017 Mr Trump said the TV news channels were giving platforms to hate groups. He claimed the networks - particularly singling out CNN - were "nervous" to have him speaking on live television. Demonstrators gather outside the Phoenix, Arizona, Convention Center Credit: AFP The president said he was able to bypass the "crooked media" and get his message across on Twitter. "If I didn't have social media I probably wouldn't be standing here," he said. Outside the arena, hundreds of supporters and opponents of Mr Trump gathered before the rally. There were a few minor scuffles and rival chanting, as supporters shouted “Build the wall” and “Make America Great Again" and opponents shouted “Shame, shame, shame” and “No Trump, No KKK, No fascist USA”. A handful of anti-Trump protesters turned up outside with military-style rifles and fatigues. Demonstrators gather outside the Phoenix, Arizona, Convention Center Credit: AFP They described themselves as an anti-fascist group who were offended by the president's comments in the wake of the Charlottesville violence. After the speech, CNN's Don Lemon described the president's address as "total eclipse of the facts". WOW. WATCH @donlemon.... pic.twitter.com/SlyF33YHYy— Yashar Ali (@yashar) August 23, 2017 The president also threatened to shut down the federal government unless Congress provides funding for his promised border wall with Mexico. Trump threatens to 'shut down government' to build Mexico wall 00:57 Mr Trump again suggested he would pardon former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's conviction for intentionally disobeying a judge's order in an immigration case. Trump supporters await the start of U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign rally in Phoenix Credit: Reuters "So was Sheriff Joe was convicted for doing his job?" Mr Trump asked. "I'll make a prediction. I think he's going to be just fine, OK."


The Latest: Russia bristles at US sanctions

Posted on 22. Aug, 2017 by in Republican Party

The Latest: Russia bristles at US sanctions

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. and North Korea (all times local):


Trump 'increased troops in Afghanistan after being shown a picture of women in miniskirts'

Posted on 22. Aug, 2017 by in Republican Party

Trump 'increased troops in Afghanistan after being shown a picture of women in miniskirts'

For a number of decades, Afghanistan was not a nation under threat from Isis or the Taliban, but a place of stability, tolerance and even moderation. From the 1930s to the late 1970s, some termed this nation that has long been a pawn in the struggles of the great powers, the Paris of Central Asia. This week, after Donald Trump admitted to having changed his mind on sending troops to Afghanistan and committed to dispatching extra forces - the additional troops will probably total around 4,000 - it was reported one of the ways his advisors persuaded him to engage was to show him a photograph of women wearing such skirts.