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Ahmad al-Ghamdi, a former chief of the religious police in the city of Mecca, said the force feels threatened by social media because “it makes it harder to supervise people.” He said he resigned from his position in protest of abuses committed by members of the religious police, which is tasked with enforcing Islamic law.Many Saudis say the religious police have increasingly resorted to sting operations, blackmail and beatings in public.
In the era of social networks, traditional matchmaking can seem superfluous to young Saudis such as Muhammad, 25, a resident of Riyadh who works at a government agency.
“All my friends are talking to boys on social media,” said a 23-year-old woman who described meeting a former boyfriend through Facebook.
Their relationship evolved into secret excursions in his vehicle and steamy encounters, she said.
If caught engaging in unsanctioned romance, people — especially women — face social stigma and harsh punishment from families.
They must also contend with religious police, who monitor not only malls and coffeehouses but also online forums.