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    Working in the middle east

    What's it like? How is it tax free? If it's so attractive, why isn't everybody doing it?

    #2
    Originally posted by Hiram King Of Tyre
    What's it like? How is it tax free? If it's so attractive, why isn't everybody doing it?
    It's alright if you can keep your head.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Hiram King Of Tyre
      If it's so attractive, why isn't everybody doing it?
      Beheadings
      Autom...Sprow...Canna...Tik banna...Sandwol...But no sera smee

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        #4
        I'm talking about Saudi etc not anywhere too dodgy

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          #5
          Originally posted by Hiram King Of Tyre
          I'm talking about Saudi etc not anywhere too dodgy

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            #6
            Is it that bad?

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              #7
              Originally posted by Hiram King Of Tyre
              I'm talking about Saudi etc not anywhere too dodgy
              Are you having a laugh?

              There is a continuing high threat of terrorism in Saudi Arabia. We continue to believe that terrorists are planning further attacks, including against Westerners and places associated with Westerners in Saudi Arabia.

              If you choose to travel to, or remain in, Saudi Arabia you should take all necessary steps to protect your safety and should make sure you have confidence in your individual security arrangements. You should maintain a high level of vigilance, particularly in public places.

              We have allowed non-essential staff and dependants at our missions in Saudi Arabia to leave if they wish.

              You should remember that Islamic law is strictly enforced in Saudi Arabia.

              We strongly recommend that you obtain comprehensive travel and medical insurance before travelling (ed: which doesn't cover you for terrorism related incidents anyway. Or public beheading).
              From the Foreign Office travel advice website.

              http://www.fco.gov.uk

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                #8
                Crikey. Sorry guys, I've lead a sheltered life and people told me that parts of the middle east were OK.....Maybe I should get a job in Clacton!

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                  #9
                  Clacton? are you mad!!!!
                  I am not qualified to give the above advice!

                  The original point and click interface by
                  Smith and Wesson.

                  Step back, have a think and adjust my own own attitude from time to time

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                    #10
                    Saudi Arabia

                    Are you having a laugh?
                    He must be. What about the two expats, one a Scot who were arrested, tortured until they confessed to a crime they knew nothing about, then sentenced to crucifixion and beheading.

                    The sentenced was reduced on appeal - to beheading only.

                    With diplomatic interevention they were eventually extracted alive from Saudi Arabia.

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