Every time I hear stories like this, I get infuriated:
If July 4 is a little sweeter in Fresno this summer, it’s for good reason. Only days ago this California city was the site of an early Independence Day, when 24-year-old Sarah Saga stepped off a plane onto the first American soil she’d touched since being taken to Saudi Arabia at age six.
Her freedom affords two timely lessons. The first is that Washington is fully capable of arranging the liberation of our women and children held in Saudi Arabia against their will, with the right backbone. The second lesson is that someone needs to light some firecrackers under the State Department if the many others still trapped there–including Ms. Saga’s two young children–are ever to taste their freedom.
I hope that the corrupt House of Saud falls like Hussein’s regime. Soon.
I don’t want to slam them too soon, but I wonder why our local liberal rag, the Fresno Bee didn’t have any articles about Sara Saga?
I’m looking at their website right now and can’t find anything. Honestly I don’t read it every day so I could have missed it.
I wonder if she would be willing to give NewCrusader.com and interview?
Recently I’ve found out that objectiveness in American journalism is a myth. Before you report anything, you first know both sides of the story.
What’s so bad about wanting to raise your kids in your country? Saudi Arabia is not an inhumane place as the Americam media ignorantly pictures it to the public.
Oh not inhumane they marry there daughters off at the age of 12. They have no rights and are very abusive to the women of the country. Another thing about your Saudi government is the funding of terrorists groups like Al Qeda. Im so happy to know that our US base is now in Quatar. Saudi Arabia is at the heart of terrorism itself