December 27, 2010, - 4:50 pm

Introducing the Sharia Car, Courtesy of Saudi Arabia . . . & S Korea

By Debbie Schlussel

Hmmm . . . sounds a lot like the Yugo with more than a hint of sharia accessories thrown in.

Abdullah Al-Othman, President of King Saud University in Saudi Arabia, says the university has signed a deal with a South Korean (oops, I originally made a Freudian typo and typed, “South KORAN”) firm to produce a Saudi passenger car, which the Kingdom will then export to Gulf nations and North Africa.  Waid Al-Riyadh Technology Firm, a university-affiliated company  will own 10 percent of the company.

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Al-Laymoon . . . The Car Brought to You by the Country That Brought American 9/11

Maybe they should call the car, “Al-Laymoon” (spelled many other ways).  After all, Arabs do claim they “invented” the lemon.  Finally, there may be some truth to it.

So, let me guess what, um “features” will be on this Sunni extremist vehicle a/k/a Corvette Camel:

*  the ignition doesn’t start when it detects a vagina is in the driver’s seat (women are forbidden from driving in Saudi Arabia)–the TSA scanners could come in handy here;

*  even a hint of bacon or alcohol on a passenger causes the vehicle to explode;

*  car won’t start when “Evil Zionists” are present, but comes equipped with a special matching Eddie Bauer edition sword which which to behead them;

*  has special inflatable black airbags that can double as niqab/abayas or wife-strangling devices if modesty or honor-killing are necessary for your property, er . . . “wives #1-4” during the ride;

*  has special ejectable execution chair for gay passengers, Yasser Arafat look-alikes, and all those wearing pink keffiyehs.


Saudi Arabia plans to start up its first car manufacturing company with a capital of $500 million and expects a prototype within two years, state media reported on Sunday.

Riyadh-based King Saud University’s President Abdullah al-Othman signed on Sunday a memorandum of understanding with a South Korean car manufacturing firm to set up the new company.

“(The company) will have a capital of about $500 million,” Othman said, quoted by the state news agency SPA.

Up to 15 percent of the financing for the new venture is to be provided by the university’s investment arm, Wadi al-Riyadh Technology, while 30 percent will be covered by the Korean firm. The rest will be offered to investors, the agency said.

A prototype of an economic car suitable for local use will be ready within the next two years, Othman said.

G-d, let’s hope the Saudis aren’t the ones who develop the first successful, cheap car not to run on gasoline or electricity.

But since the Muslim world’s “development” of technology is limited to IEDs and other high-tech forms of murder, I’m not too worried that they might actually create something useful for a change, instead of blowing someone up.

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The only technology developed in the Islamic world that doesn’t involve violent dismemberment and the quick separation of the soul from the body has been done by slaves or by expertise paid for and imported from from Dar al-Harb.

This car will most likely stall and then fly immediately into reverse in the vicinity of anything pig related and automatically explode if it gets too close to a synagogue.

Harry on December 27, 2010 at 5:16 pm

LMAO…. You topped Debbie there… if they actually develop a normal car, wake me up.

For me, its back to snoozing as far as the Saudis are concerned.

NormanF on December 27, 2010 at 5:38 pm


How about SHARIA Korea?

CornCoLeo on December 27, 2010 at 6:23 pm

A little late in the game, aren’t they?
I never object to seeing trouble makers trying to stay busy and do something other than make trouble for other people. They should do more of this kind of thing and everyone should encourage them to do so. (Without footing the bill or helping them too much)
They could have some pretty cool names for their new line of cars, like “Rag head rag top” and the “Turban charged” engine models, the “Liquor store limo”. the “Mosque rat Mark one”, to name a few.

RT on December 27, 2010 at 7:39 pm

I am encouraged by this…The Saudi’s have really transformed themselves in the past 60 years, and hopefully this will bring jobs to their world. Furthermore Debbie said it – but how cool would it be if they did invent the first car to run free of oil (Ironic since they are the biggest oil producer). It would be a big step forward for them. I heard Turkey (which produces some nice autos) also is going to help them. I wish them the best of luck and hope they can help their people with this, but I’ll take my 2010 Chevy Camaro any day.

George A. on December 27, 2010 at 10:56 pm

One dumb question, given Fascist Islam’s preference of the least intelligent of peoples…

Aren’t you supposed to have a skilled workforce to build autos?

Just wondering. (It’s a bitch to assemble with only your left hand, even if you’re left handed.)

The Reverend Jacques on December 27, 2010 at 11:40 pm

Salvation for the European Fiat?!
There’s actually a car that is worse, even more so than the Pinto or Yugo…or what was that Chinese piece of crap?…and the Korean….oh nevermind, the list goes on and on and…

Al-Leimoon…better get a copyright on that name.
You never know!

theShadow on December 28, 2010 at 4:15 am

This is nothing new. In the aftermath of the 1973 jump in oil prices, the Gulf countries became suddenly rich and many rushed to build plants that couldn’t be justified economically.

Iran did best because, unlike her Gulf counterparts, Iran was a real country with a long history, a more diverse economy, and a relatively skilled work force. One such project was the Iranian car, the Pey-kan, which was based on a British compact and assembled from kit parts. (I rode in them in 1976, when I visited Iran, then still ruled by the Shah.)

Saudi Arabia lacks today even what Iran had then. Their skilled labor force is mostly foreign. They have no industrial sector beyond oil and gas. And they have no culture of innovation and initiative. So they won’t create a next-gen car.

Raymond in DC on December 28, 2010 at 7:51 am

The Muslim world’s single biggest problem is that they don’t “make stuff”. This is actually good news.

Only 1 in 6 Saudi men holds a job. The rest… well… you know! There’s no middle class in Saudi Arabia. I think perhaps auto manufacturing is likely too far a leap for them, but ya never know.

Putting Saudi men to work building cars is one of the more constructive things I’ve ever heard. I question whether they’ll really be successful, but at least they’re trying.

There is NO Santa Claus on December 28, 2010 at 7:56 am

Found out that each vehicle is equipped with BombStar. It’s a brand-new, standard feature not offered in any other vehicle. How it works is if your car happens to break-down in a crowded plaza, shopping mall, or next to a government office, a friendly “Bomb-Star” service provider will be there to “assist” you. Unlike its rival OnStar, BombStar’s explosive new service terminates your problems in just mere seconds, turning your brief moment of hell into an eternity of heaven. Thanks, BombStar! (Sold only on the US and Israel.)

Yeah… I think I will pass on this one.

Pats on December 28, 2010 at 8:11 am

Ah, I just love hearing about new automotive companies and their innovations. But, I do have a question about this automobile. Namely, will it have a “back seat”? If it does, the “Religion Enforcement Police”, especially in Saudi Arabia, will be very busy! Everyone knows what happens in “back seats”, don’t they? And we can’t have that happening now, can we? ps: Will they be built from RIGHT to LEFT and BOTTOM-UP? pps: I’ll start working on the Optional Accessories list at a later date, but will take suggestions for them if anyone has some. ppps: Oh, my suggestions for Model Names: THE 1 HUMP; THE DOUBLE-HUMP; BURQA LIMITED; and the top of the line – THE KING FAISAL – I think it will look like a Mini-Edsel.


Dennis / Tampa on December 28, 2010 at 4:41 pm

Don’t worry. The Mohammedans won’t come up w/ anything that doesn’t need oil, since that dries up their revenues.

But Malaysia’s Proton car is already Islamically gifted – has a Mecca compass included, goodness knows why.

Infidel Pride on December 28, 2010 at 11:04 pm

Why are so mad and busy about it, didn’t you say the same about “Japs” before? and now Toyota is the biggest auto company in the world. Why do I have the feeling that you are feeling like you are out of the game and left behind. Feeling a bit slow and scared by growing economies like (Brazil, Russia, India and China). I understand your fears of losing it, but my advice, talk to the Brits about it. You can never be on top of the game forever, just relax and watch your country demolish slowly and keep yapping about it and talk trash about others because from where I stand, that’s all you’ve been doing lately.

Sand Man on January 3, 2011 at 7:10 am

One more thing, I’ve noticed u r making fun of others while u r the biggest joke of all times, that doesn’t mean others are perfect but neither are you. Half of your nation is doped, and the other half is selling dope. A nation that was found on racism, is promoting porn, drugs, crime, ignorance and wars. Your people die in the streets like mad dogs fighting over a hustler corner. Jews mount you and ride you like a wild horse fighting the whole world because they don’t want to be as disgusting as you are. And yet u r talking about culture, that’s too much of a CULTURE.

Sand Man on January 3, 2011 at 7:26 am

Go to and give their map a look. Notice which countries lead the world in incest. Yes, one of them is the Kingdom. Just sayin’……….

Tanstaafl on January 13, 2011 at 12:57 pm

you forgot. A prayer timer with a loudspeaker from Bose and a side-sliding prayer doormat for street praying (or prying) 😀

Adel on March 28, 2011 at 3:00 pm

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