|Friday, Oct 19, 2012 - 6:00 AM
"This House believes Arab governments need to take urgent measures to protect religious minorities."
A former Archbishop of Canterbury has attacked religious laws in Saudi Arabia, saying they prevented non-Muslims from worshipping and were "profoundly unjust". Lord Carey of Clifton, speaking at the latest Doha Debate, said there were other governments whose attitudes ranged from "gloomy" to "downright awful". "The worst," he added, "is Saudi Arabia where non-Muslims cannot worship. D