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Here we are going to write about the laws commonly violated by the expats in Saudi Arabia.Violation of law puts the offender in great troubles.When the ban was enforced in December, Syrian media said it was to prevent Israeli users from infiltrating Syrian social networks.Ignorance of the law is no excuse, therefore, expatriates living in Saudi Arabia must know the laws of the land.
“Security sources assured that the father beat up his daughter and then shot her dead,” it said.
Internet engineers said that young Saudis were using Facebook to flirt and make "web-cam calls".
Saudi Arabia imposes an austere form of Sunni Islam which prevents unrelated men and women from mixing, bans women from driving and demands that women wear a headscarf and cloak in public. One female Saudi Facebook fan told The Mail that blocking the site would be pointless because people would simply switch to similar sites.
The 27-year-old woman, who did not want to be named, admitted many young Saudis used Facebook to get in touch with members of the opposite sex.“In Saudi Arabia, we live more of a virtual life than a real life.
I know people who are involved in on-line romances with people they have never met in real life,” the woman said.“And many of us use Facebook for other things, like talking about human rights and women's rights.