HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST ‘PUNKS’ SAUDI ARABIA OVER TREATMENT OF GAYS

By Paul Miller, Originally published in Breitbart.com

The Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission (SACM) held its annual celebration and job fair last month just outside Washington, D.C. The four-day event begun on May 22 was “designed to reward the graduates on the King Abdullah Scholarship Program (KASP) with the chance to both celebrate their success with their colleagues as well as search for jobs and meet top executives from leading companies and universities in Saudi Arabia.”

But in true American fashion, celebrations draw surprise guests. This year the Saudi royal family representatives and the 120 exhibitors had their party crashed by David Keyes, Executive Director of Advancing Human Rights, a nonprofit human rights advocacy group.

In an effort to bring awareness to the torture and murder of gays and lesbians in Saudi Arabia, Keyes set out to “punk the government of Saudi Arabia.”

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