On Saudi Arabia
Its People, Past, Religion, Fault Lines--and Future
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One who beleives in God sees this life is short and he must live for the next life. Some others think this is the only life so they are corrupt and greedy.
Draw the sword in their face and they will obey: sheath the sword and they will ask for more pay.
Knowing when to yeild and when to fight is a survival instinct the founding ruler perfected - and passed to his sons.
In oil-rich Saudi Arabia, good education is one thing money can not buy.
The whole core premise of Wahhabi Islam - that men obey Allah and women obey men.
Today's Saudi Arabia thus is less a unified nation state than a collection of tribes, regions, and Islamic factions that coexist in mutual suspicion and fear.
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