The average daily news in Saudi Arabia consists of this: Sheikh A says the kingdom should allow music in schools. Sheikh B says Sheikh A is an infidel. Sheikh C tells sheikhs A and B to calm down.
In a country dominated by an extensive and strict religious establishment, anorexia Saudi Arabians could be forgiven for feeling a bit of ‘Sheikh overload.’
Earlier this week the Saudi’s Ministry of Culture and Information announced that the kingdom would be going on a sheikh diet, limiting the use of the ‘sheikh’ to religious scholars and tribal leaders so as to restore its authority.
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