... we believe that any and all gTLD applications for any name in relation to religion or a specific community should be presented to representative members of that community for evaluation and the view of such members should be taken into account when granting or denying the application. If this cannot be accomplished then these community and religious sensitive names/words should be restricted completely from being used as gTLD's altogether.The Saudis have also filed objections to proposed gTLD's that are associated with items prohibited by Islamic law, such as .tattoo, .bar, .pub, .gay, .vodka. The Saudis also oppose .bible because "with a number of religions, and groups within them, disagreeing over the provenance and content of the bible one group or individual should not be permitted to define what the bible is, or is not, on the world wide web."
An examination of the objections which have been filed with ICANN can be searched from this website. To view all the filings by the Saudis, search by "Name" for "Abdulmjid". Searches can also be made by "String" to find comments on any of the other proposed gTLD's. For example, an individual concerned about the Church of England has objected to the Vatican's application for the .catholic gTLD. [Correction: an earlier version incorrectly attributed this objection to the Church of England itself.] [Thanks to Alliance Alert for the lead.]