Thursday, December 9, 2010

Wikileaks Reveals Secret Hot Party in Arabic

Wikileaks Reveals Hot Secret Party in ArabicThe party was held in a secret place with a super guard . 
Thursday, December 9, 2010, 06:20 GMT

Members of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia secretly held a Halloween party last year in a villa guarded by security forces. Many liquor and women in the party.
Similarly, the contents of diplomatic memo from the U.S. Embassy in Jeddah to the State Department in Washington, published on page WikiLeaks, which monitored the daily The Guardian, Tuesday, December 7, 2010.

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The party was held by the prince of the royal family of Al-Thunayan. The diplomats said the prince's identity be kept secret. The party was even sponsored an energy drink companies from the United States.
"Alcohol, which is strictly forbidden by Saudi law and local custom, but it looks abound in the bar area of the party. Bartender from the Philippines that they lease the punch with sadiqi concocting cocktails, local liquor," wrote the memo. "Based on the observations of a number of guest workers are also women of the night."
United States Consular in Jeddah, Martin Quinn, said, "Although not a direct witness, the use of a prohibited beverage common in their social environment."
Such party is kept confidential. With super guard, only those from the kingdom and the superrich can join. The majority of Arab princes in general also has a bodyguard hired from Nigeria or the number of African countries.
In a party, usually attended by over 150 men and women, the majority of 20s and 30s. They go through an extra tight guard. "Similar to a night club outside the kingdom: a lot of alcohol, young couples dancing, a DJ, and costumed party guests.

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