Alhamedi Alanezi kirjoittaa blogissaan:
When the Saudi people finally rise up in revolt and throw out the House of Saud, it won’t be for democratic reform, and it won’t be for an islamic republic. It’ll be about mobile phones.
Blogikirjoitus on reaktio Arab News lehden Camera Phones Freely Available Despite Ban kirjoitukseen josta voi lukea esimerkiksi tämän:
In the Riyadh area, students complained to their high school principal about a fellow student with a camera phone. Eventually, the head of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice in the region, Turki Al-Shamri, was called in to deal with the situation.
His chosen method was to destroy it with a large mallet, ‘as a disciplinary act and a lesson for others to learn from.’