Latham launches in Saudi with former White & Case sponsor

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  • Hey Anonymous | 9-Apr-2010 11:00 am,
    I agree with you that there should not be any religious discrimination but I sensed that you have certainly never stepped your foot into Saudi soil.
    The religious police's main duty in the kingdom is to scrutinize ladies, and demand or apprehand (with the police's help) ladies who do not wear headscarf, wear short skirts or shorts beneath their abayas, etc. Also, shops are forced to closed for prayers 5 times a day. Furthermore, churhes are banned in the Kingdom. Prey tell me, do these scenarios (there are many more incidences and these examples are only the tip of the iceberg!) fit your "no place for religious discrimination in saudi" statement?

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  • I think Latham is going to be the next Broebeck. They're growing too fast and some of their moves make no sense.

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