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Saturday, 30 May 2009

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Gwen Stefani the new mascot for the National Organization of Women marched down Riyadh, Saudi Arabia with a group of women protestors despite complaints from local camel herders living in the area.

During the march there were angry Saudis hurling rotten tomatoes and cow dug at the participating marchers. Police in Riyadh held back Saudis as they tried to break through the man made barricades.

Daisy Douglas Barr, the president of N.O.W. and organizer of the Riyadh march said in a statement to the media that she was vent on supremacy, purity and the cause of the defeated daughters of the confederacy.

Gwen Stefani said at the march, "It's our duty and women's right to participate in the public lives of women in Saudi Arabia."

Betty Frieman author of the eye-opening book "The Fishy Mystique" said, "Women and men in Saudi Arabia must be separated with the use of gender hate to prevent them from having anymore children." Miss Frieman is also opposed to polygamist marriages in Saudi Arabia because it causes the birth of more Arabs.

As stated by the National Organization of Women, the goals of women's rights is to establish an "Invisible Empire" of hostile women in Saudi Arabia to prevent the Arabian race from procreating and spreading across the world.

The N.O.W. organization is spear heading the creation of free abortion clinics across Saudi Arabia to halt the birth of Saudi children.

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