Hillary Clinton-supporting and ISIS-funding Saudi Arabia has announced a racially-based immigration policy which includes a rule that non-Saudis who marry Saudis will never gain citizenship and will always remain foreigners, as will their children.
The new policy—aimed at preserving Saudi Arabia’s Semitic homogeneity—flies in the face of the leftist worldview propagated by Clinton, whose foundation has received over $25 million in donations from the Saudi government.
According to the new rules, first published in the Al Eqtisadiya newspaper and then translated into English by Gulf News, Saudi nationals need to fulfill all the requirements on a 17 point list before their applications to take a foreign spouse will even be considered—and even then, the granting of permission is not automatic.
They also prescribe age restrictions for non-Saudi spouses. A Saudi man has to be between 40 and 65 years old, and a non-Saudi woman has to be between 30 and 55 years old before their application to live in Saudi Arabia can even be considered.
A Saudi woman also has to be between 30 and 55 if she wants to take a non-Saudi husband, according to new rules.
The applicant must also have a minimum income of 3,000 Saudi Riyals, or US $780 per month, and an “adequate house or apartment to have his mixed marriage approved,” the Gulf News reported.
Furthermore, If the Saudi man “wants a foreigner as a second wife, he must produce a certificate from a public or private hospital stating that his first wife is unable to assume all her marital responsibilities or is infertile. The certificate must be endorsed by the ministry of health.”
The “applicant must also sign a document stating that the approval of the marriage does not necessarily mean that his foreign wife would be granted the Saudi citizenship.”
A non-Saudi man “cannot take a Saudi wife if he is already married or if he had married a Saudi woman,” the report continued. “He must also present evidence he is not suffering from any infectious or genetic diseases.”
Furthermore, the non-Saudi man wishing to marry a Saudi woman must “not have been a member of the military in a foreign country, must not be on the lists of those banned from entering Saudi Arabia, must have a monthly salary of at least 5,000 Saudi Riyals and a valid residence permit and must possess an appropriate family residence.”
The Saudi woman has to sign a statement that her marriage with a foreigner does not mean he or their children would have the right to be granted the Saudi citizenship.
The new regulations call for the establishment of a committee tasked with looking into all applications by Saudis to take foreign spouses. The committee which will evaluate each application will give their decision within one month of receiving the application.