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"Raif Badawi's is an important voice for all of us to hear, mild, nuanced, but clear. His examination of his culture is perceptive and rigorous. Of course he must be saved from the dreadful sentence against him and the appalling conditions of his imprisonment. But he must also be read, so that we understand the struggle within Islam between suffocating orthodoxy and free expression, and make sure we find ourselves on the right side of that struggle." --Salman Rushdie "Badawi writes for his generation, and for all those interested in changing the Arab and Islamic world for the better." --Ayaan Hirsi Ali, author of Heretic and Infidel

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"Raif Badawi's is an important voice for all of us to hear"-- Salman Rushdie 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.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Astonishing 5 août 2015
Par Rich Wilson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Having followed Raif's story for some time, I had been eagerly waiting the English translation of some of his essays, but I wasn't sure if they would be all that relevant to me personally. I could not have been more wrong. His introduction, written from prison, grabbed me by the heart-

"I spent three years writing these articles for you: I was tortured; my wife and our three children had to emigrate from our country because of the many pressures placed upon them. My family and I endured all those harsh struggles simply because I spoke my mind. We went through those hardships for the sake of every letter written in this book."

and never let me go-

"Any religion based state has a mission to limit the minds of its people, to fight the developments of history and logic, and to dumb down its citizens. It's important to stand in the way of such a mentality, to deny it from continuing its mission to murder the souls of its people, killing them deep within while they are still alive and breathing."

His criticism of the religious authority that grips his homeland is scathing and unrelenting, but suffused with wit and intelligence.

Raif and his family are paying the price for the freedom of speech that we hold so dear, and yet so often seem to take for granted. It would be a shame if we who don't risk prison, beating and death for speaking our minds were to ignore him.
20 internautes sur 20 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 True Justice requires a full pardon by King Salman of Saudi Arabia 17 août 2015
Par Jean Sasson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Saudi Arabia NEEDS this man to be free, to be a leader in the human rights field to guide the country and the people to true freedom of speech. We are no longer in the time of darkness, and Saudi Arabia needs to move forward, rather than backward. Raif Badawi is not the only innocent man languishing in prison -- there are many others who have dared to voice their opinions -- even Badawi's ATTORNEY has been arrested, tried, and given a lengthy prison sentence.

As far as this book, 1000 Lashes: Because I Say What I think -- please don't miss it. It's a small tome, but heavy in value, for we all need to think about the messages in this book. In fact, I have read his book twice since I received it last week. I am now going to order other copies to give to my friends. Please buy it and support a man who is worthy of support. I assure you that there is nothing he has written that brings harm to his government, to his country, or to his people. While he does write about the religious authorities in the kingdom, the committee's made of up ultra-conservative men who thrive on harassing other Saudis, this is a subject that SHOULD be raised and changes SHOULD come in this arena.

SIDE NOTE: I know plenty about the harassment at the hands of these men, as I lived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for 12 years, and saw angry-faced men with sticks (and sometimes cans of red spray paint) on the prowl in the souks or in the commercial areas, all looking for a woman to harass. When I was there (1978-1990) I thought for sure that things would change and those men would one day lose their authority to stalk women. But even today, many years later, horror stories abound of women they have abused, whether women who dared to speak to a man not of their family, or simply go shopping without the proper attire according to these men, who make up the rules as they go along. I once had one of these men try to accost me in the super market near to the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre in Riyadh (I worked at the hospital for 4 years). He was ridiculous and was picking on me because he hated foreign women -- I was wearing the abaya (black cloak) and had on a black scarf covering my hair, but he swore he saw some blonde hair and for that he thought he was going to take me to the police station. Of course, I refused to go one step with him. It's a long story that I won't reveal here, but just know that he ended being punished only because my boss (Dr. Nizar Feteih was quite close to King Khalid) was furious that women working at the hospital were being harassed by such men.

I support any Saudi to calls for an end to the harassment and abuse of women. I support any Saudi who calls for freedom of speech.

This does not mean that I want the Al-Saud kicked off the throne -- no, they will be better that what would come behind them -- think of Iraq and Syria and even Libya and what all is going on in those nations now -- Hard to believe that something like ISIS exists, making Saddam look rather nice in comparison!

So, no one is calling for the Al-Saud to be gone -- just to understand that change is coming, and work with the reasonable people, like Raif Badawi, to bring calm and peaceful change. When change is needed, change WILL come, and a wise leadership will choose to work WITH the people of their nations, rather than AGAINST the people.

I feel strongly that this is a very important book that should be read by every thinking person who cares about the state of the world, and the many people who are being unjustly prosecuted for asking for something as simple, and reasonable, as FREE SPEECH.

My heart and mind is with Raif Badawi, and I long for him to be freed to join his lovely wife and three beautiful children in Canada. A full pardon should be granted to him, his attorney, and to all the people in prison for simply saying what they think.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brave Beyond Compare, A Role Model for All Saudi's to Embrace 22 août 2015
Par Truth Revolt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Let's remember, Raif lives in SAUDI ARABIA, one of the most repressive and inhumane governments in THE WORLD, yet he had the courage to speak out against the religious totalitarianism, as is demonstrated by this magnificent little book. Raif challenges the conservative religious orthodoxy time and time again in his blog, stands up for women's rights, and stands up for separation of Mosque and State. As an American, he reminds me of Thomas Paine, who was also a free-thinker and strong advocate of secularism and was persecuted in the USA for it. Everyone should read this book and give a copy to their friends. It raises awareness of the oppression taking place in Saudi Arabia, and many other Sharia based Islamic nations, and highlights the importance of secularism whether it's in the Middle East or in Middle America.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Intelligent words from a man of conscience 10 novembre 2015
Par Belle Woods - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I bought this book to support Raif Badawi and his family, who will receive the proceeds to use in their ongoing efforts to free him. The book includes his blogs with their intelligent analysis of the repressive Saudi society that imprisoned him. I felt such pain opening the book in my comfortable American house -- here I am, drinking coffee, sitting in a pleasant room, writing whatever I want in this review with no threat of punishment simply for being honest. I wish I could do more to help him. Everyone who has read or heard about him should buy this book and read his words. Raif Badawi, you have touched my heart.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A refreshing note of enlightenment 19 août 2015
Par R. Grove - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Religious intolerance is a threat to freedom everywhere, especially in the conservative monarchies of the Middle East. It's refreshing and encouraging to hear a voice such as Badawi that speaks a truth that many realize but few have the courage to voice. This collection is brief but is full of the energy that gave rise to popular revolution throughout history. Let's hope that this is the first step in bringing freedom to people subject to theocratic rule throughout the Middle East and let's hope that the rulers of Saudi Arabia set Raif Badawi free as well.
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