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Raphael Satter
Spare a thought for the 1,200 .sa victims of . In Saudi Arabia, adultery is punishable by death.
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Paul Pearce 20 Aug 15
Replying to @razhael
are those the numbers in the users table (which are unverified emails!) or the transactions table (verified)? Important to clarify.
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Raphael Satter 20 Aug 15
Replying to @paul_pearce
Also important to note that having a .sa addres =/= being in Saudi Arabia.
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Raphael Satter 19 Aug 15
Replying to @Trojan7Sec
Did you see that reddit post? Terrible stuff.
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hipstorian 🖋️ 20 Aug 15
Replying to @razhael @amaditalks
I don't believe that membership of such a site would be admissible as proof of adultery.
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Mx. Amadi 20 Aug 15
Replying to @razhael
@ottomanscribe I’m sure that we don’t want to test that theory at the risk of someone’s life.
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Flip 19 Aug 15
Replying to @razhael
id rather spare a thought for people finding out their spouse has cheated. but im sure thats a minority opinion in 2015.
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1Mil Mes 19 Aug 15
Replying to @BFlippaa @razhael
Because cheating is a phenomenon that is new in 2015? No, it was more acceptable 50 yrs ago, boys will be boys. So GTFO
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John Stauffacher 19 Aug 15
Replying to @razhael
so...if you know it is punishable by death...why do it? Unless you accept the consequences...
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1Mil Mes 19 Aug 15
Replying to @g33kspeed @razhael
Because, human.
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Damien Foord 19 Aug 15
@semesilam @er0tikka what? Adultery is not one of the 7 deadly sins. . No adultery
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Jon Anderson 19 Aug 15
Replying to @DamienFoord @razhael
@semesilam @er0tikka even if it was…there is no mortal who can determine the mortal fate based on spiritual beliefs.
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