1000 lashes : because I say what I think
—Badawī, Raif, 1984- author.
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"Raif Badawi, a Saudi Arabian blogger, shared his thoughts on politics, religion, and liberalism online. He was sentenced to 1,000 lashes, ten years in prison, and a fine of 1 million Saudi Riyal, over a quarter of a million U.S. dollars. This politically topical polemic gathers together Badawi's pivotal texts. He expresses his opinions on life in an autocratic-Islamic state under the Sharia and his perception of freedom of expression, human and civil rights, tolerance and the necessary separation of state and religion."-- Provided by publisher.

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Badawī, Raif, 1984- -- Blogs.
Badawī, Raif, 1984- -- Imprisonment.
Human rights -- Saudi Arabia.
Liberalism -- Saudi Arabia.
Political prisoners -- Saudi Arabia -- Biography.
Saudi Arabia -- Politics and government -- 1982-
Saudi Arabia -- Religion.
Other Authors:
Ramadan, Ahmed Danny, translator.
Schreiber, Constantin, 1979- editor.
xxviii, 60 pages ; 20 cm
Other Title:
One thousand lashes
Translated from the Arabic.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 53-56).
Translated from the Arabic.
Religious vocation entraps the freedom of the Arab thinker
Defaming the intellectuals and the Inquisition courts : Turki al-Hamad as an example
Let's lash some astronomers
No to building a mosque in New York City
Yes! I will fight theists and religious thoughts
Tahrir Square brought students back to hard work
The traveler's marriage and the borrowed ram
The kingdom come of the Syrian spring
A male escort for every female scholar.
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