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Saudi man arrested for TV sex talk

JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia (UPI) -- A Saudi Arabian man has been arrested for bragging about his sexual conquests and techniques on television, officials say.

Mazen Abdul Jawad has been taken into custody in Jeddah after talking in graphic detail about his sexual escapades on a show on Lebanese channel LBC, the English-language daily Arab News reported Saturday.

The newspaper said the episode of "Red Line," which has been posted online, shows Jawad discussing sex and foreplay in graphic detail and talking about an aphrodisiac recipe, telling the camera as he gets into a vehicle, "It all starts with turning my Bluetooth on while cruising around in my car."

Arab News said dozens of people filed complaints against Jawad at a court in Jeddah, alleging that not only has he confessed to pre-marital sex, but also violated another tenet of Shariah law by publicizing his sinful behavior.

"It is wrong to host people on television to speak publicly about vice and issues against our religion," Ahmad Qasim Al-Ghamdi, director of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, told Arab News. "The program presents anomalies and deviancy in society that are unacceptable and immoral and should be punished according to Shariah."

Copyright 2009 by United Press International

This news arrived on: 07/25/2009

Posted Comments:

07-28-2009 07:14Biddy wrote:

Stan

Thank you! What a world this would be if we did indeed let Christ live His life through us.

07-28-2009 06:14Stan (UAE) wrote:

I must insist that a church says , the sanity of a relationship should be only between a man and his wife and all acts must end in his bedroom. There is no need to explain or perform flithy acts in front of other people.

One must turn to Jesus to heal the ancestoral wounds of lustful thinking. St paul says a man does well without being married as he did. One must reflect in his life how does such liberal thoughts have enter thier minds. If you are a Christian , be a christian as holy as Christ was. only they will inherit the kingdom of GOD.

Your body is the temple of the holy Spirit. So if you have the spirit of God in you please try to seek what is holy and perserve it. Do not blasphame with your own thoughts. One must love your body as though Christ lives in it.

I am sure this world is ruled by the power of darkness and we have quite well surpassed being sodom and Gomorah.

07-28-2009 02:40Christo wrote:

Do it appropriately

Surely, people should know where to go to get services. There should be established places for people who need to be helped or taught how to enjoy sex, but I think it is very wrong to talk about it on open TV and media, regardless of what age group is watching!! This kind of open mentality is damaging our society faster than we can ever know.

07-27-2009 23:20Charlie wrote:

With the exception of children, 'sex' should be a normal everyday occurrance. It is one of the most enjoyable functions, in which two consenting adults can engage. Without it, we would, most certainly, have fewer abortions and fewer children. Any day, I would prefer to see shows about sex, as opposed to shows about violence, which is, absolutely, more damaging to any society.

We are a backward nation, in terms of describing sex and nudity, as 'bad things' or 'dirty'. They are neither.

07-27-2009 13:09wrote:

Are "they" a backward Nation,,,,or are "we" heading for certain destruction, because "we" flaunt sex as a normal everyday function that is O K to participate in regardless of age.? If "we" had stricter laws concerning sex and morality, perhaps we would not be leading the World in the number of abortions performed each year.! AND the leader of such killer diseases as AIDS and HIV.! Just turn on your T V. There are far more programs promoting sex than there are shows suitable for family viewing.! Kids are encouraged to experiment, by the shows they watch and what Hollywood wants to shove down our throats.! WAKE UP AMERICA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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