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The Saudi government censors all forms of communications for themes deemed to be offensive to the royal family or Islam, as per Wahhabism.
This includes all newspapers, magazines, comic books, advertisements, film, television broadcasts, Internet and all video or computer software that is sold in the kingdom.
While it is still, technically, illegal, the government has started up its own Satellite stations, and has been in the works to develop a pan-Arab censorship policy to crack down on live talk shows and other programming that features controversial political discussions and debates.
If there are less than four witnesses, or one of them is not upright, they are all to be chastised with 80 lashes for slander.Much of the subsequent written law, has focused primarily on the areas of economics and foreign relations.Although their does appear to be a trend within the kingdom to codify, publish, even translate, Saudi laws . Yet, not long after a gay foreign couple was sentenced to death for homosexuality and allegedly killing a man who was blackmailing them for homosexuality.In May 2005, the government arrested 92 men for homosexuality, who were given sentences ranging from fines to prison sentences of several months and lashings.