Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah last week replaced the hard-line leader of the country’s morality police with a less radical Muslim cleric who believes that Islamic law does not require a ban on the mixing of men and women, or on women from doing certain jobs in Saudi society. The appointment of Sheik Abdulatif al-Sheikh to the Committee for the Propagation of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice is the latest in a series of recent social reforms in Saudi Arabia, according to TrustLaw. Many of the reforms reflect his desire to promote a more tolerant interpretation of Islam than that mandated by the ultra-conservative Wahhabi version previously enforced by the morality police, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. Some of these…