(Photos & Video)Three Men Deported From Saudi Arabia For Being "Too Handsome"
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(Photos & Video)Three Men Deported From Saudi Arabia For Being "Too Handsome"

Riyadh : Saudi Arabia | Apr 27, 2013 at 4:11 PM PDT
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Saudi authorities believe his smouldering looks will distract the

We see here video and photos about the strange incident in Saudi Arabia

Where officials were forced UAE pavilion participating in the National Festival for Heritage and Culture "Janadriya" of the annual hosted by Saudi Arabia to respond to the request, "the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice" Deportation three young Emiratis from the festival

And that for some strange reason and is "Too Handsome", according to what appeared in the media Gulf.

The militants asked the supervisors to exclude wing three young participants of events "for fear of sedition women visitors Pavilion"
It seems that the administration of the festival travel procedures youths rushed to Abu Dhabi.

The organizers of the festival hair, very angry because of the sudden presence of Emirati artist, as it is not known whether there is a relationship between the expulsion of these three men, and the presence of the artist, while others believe that the expulsion was a penalty.


And one of the three young is Emirati handsome "Omar Al-Jala volcano", and works in the field of acting, photography and fashion shows.

The three young members in one teams "Aliwalh" People,
It is a famous folk dance in UAE leads the sword or gun, the rhythms of popular songs of war,
A poem sung, dance reflects the strength and pride warrior defending his country, which requires skills and continuous training.

One said attendance at the wing, told AFP preferring anonymity, "the three young men, like the rest of the UAE youth does not make it easy to identify something different or impressive,
Have appeared in the same body that appear in Competitions (Aliwalh) that transmits on television. "

This is a big surprise, where there are a large number of young people have toxic such as the three young men


The offers "Aliwalh" has attracted visitors to the UAE Pavilion at the festival remarkably,
Where the UAE pavilion offers many forms of folk arts and Turathiat which is characterized by the diverse culture of the UAE between marine and terrestrial life.

And dealt with many of the users of social networks, news of the exclusion of young people and commented upon denunciation or ridicule,
It also took a video clip of the National Guard they cleared one of the men on the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, the UAE pavilion, after he broke into Square "Aliwalh" trying to stop the dance.

And note here denouncing the media in European countries for such a strange incident

That's where a French magazine denounces expulsion of 3 Emiratis from Saudi Arabia because of "Too Handsome"

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mamid22 is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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