Saudis Complain About ‘Outrageously Dressed’ Tourists On Newly Acquired Red Sea Islands
JAFFA, Israel – Numerous complaints about “outrageously dressed” tourists have been registered in Tiran and Sanafir, the two Red Sea islands Egypt transferred to Saudi Arabia last month.
On April 11, Egyptian President Abdel Fatah Sisi signed an agreement in Cairo with the visiting King Salman to transfer the two islands that his country controlled since 1950. He was roundly accused of “selling off” pieces of the Egyptian homeland for money and to ensure his political survival.
Pictures of minimally dressed tourists en route to the beach sparked outrage in Saudi Arabia, leading some Saudis to call for the enactment of Sharia law in the islands.
“This island is now ours, isn’t it? So why are
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