Arab sex line
“The program presents anomalies and deviancy in society that are unacceptable and immoral and should be punished according to Shariah.” “Red Lines” is known for addressing controversial subjects. Malik Maktabi, the presenter of “Red Line” told Arab News that he could not comment specifically about the case, but he underscored that his program does not aim to tarnish Saudi Arabia.One episode addressed the subject of homosexuality. “I host people from around the Arab world, not only Saudi Arabia.JEDDAH: Lewd remarks about sex by a Saudi man in Jeddah that broadcast last week on LBC’s “Red Line” has led to his arrest, Arab News learned on Wednesday.Mazen Abdul Jawad appeared on the program last week in a red button-down shirt and open collar bragging in graphic detail about his sexual conquests.However, speaking publicly about vice is also a punishable offense.Both offenses are subject to lashing and/or jail time at the discretion of the court.Palestinian women already have sexual abuse hotlines in Jerusalem and Ramallah.
About 100 people have filed a complaint against Abdul Jawad at the summary court in Jeddah.
Eran Han, the manager of the center, said the decision to provide services to Palestinians was made “the moment we decided to be accessible to Arab men” in Israel.
Advertisements for the hotline have a specific number for Palestinians to use, because the regular number for the hotline is only usable in Israel.
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In the segment, Abdul Jawad talks about having slept with a neighbor when he was only 14 and how this got him interested in sex.