@ Buj al Arab, in a liberal mindset, laments humbly and softly about Saudi segregationist policies in Mecca:
What does this say about Muslims and Islam? We have something to hide? Of course so! I've been to the Vatican and La Sagrada Famiglia and probably a hundred churches and a few synagogues too. They don't ask for your faith, but for your respect.
In the comments, however, he reveals his more reactionary inclinations and superstitions. I mean the need to insert the standard Arab-Muslim paranoia even when he intends to say something positive about synagogues.
"i was frisked by an ex mossad guy.."
I couldn't help but drop a comment in response to Buj, who presents Islam as "flexible and ... attacked since it was born".
Here is the comment:
Very curious. How did you know he was a an ex-Mossad guy? Why would an Ex-Mossad guy work as a security guard at some synagogue? It's like you expect ex-CIA agents to work as guards at a shopping mall in downtown Montana. You guys sure have some freaky hallucinations about the Mossad.
Even more curious I find your consistent avoidance of the obvious term you should apply to Saudi segregationist society: Apartheid.
You can check our buj's answer here.
Parked comments (Comments I submitted to said thread which as yet have not been published; Buj may try to keep up an appearance of liberality but in fact he suffers from a severe case of veritasphobia:)
Yes well whatever...
"I made up the ex-mossad guy up,"
As you make up a lot of other stuff, I presume, such as your novel interpretation for "Mea culpa".
In the judicial system, a judge instructs the jury that if a witness is caught in a lie, it is up to the jury to decide whether that witness is trustworthy or whether to dismiss his/her entire testimony altogether.
Since you say things here that by your own admission are "made up" I guess it is a measure of your readers' credulity or ethical standards as to whether they should believe anything you write.