‘Society’ is no longer an excuse for Saudi Arabia’s ban on women driving

Saudi w2d 26.10.13

The new campaign to end Saudi Arabia's de facto ban on women drivers will kick off on 26 October.

The new campaign to end Saudi Arabia’s de facto ban on women drivers will kick off on 26 October.

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  1. I support the Saudi women’s campaign for freedom of expression and choice of life. Things admits that Islam and the Prophet Muhammad, salla Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he has never prohibited. Saudi rulers and their subjects of the imam saud and not the Creator do all of this in spite of Islam, in spite of what the Qu’ran says.
    May Allah forgive these people who t’Ala far astray from the right path Muslims of that land.
    Amin

  2. Ursula Nakamura-Stoecklin says:

    If women are not entitled to drive a car, then why should then the men?
    Both, men and women, are human beings and have the same universal human rights, which must be guaranteed by all governments worldwide.

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