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Why did Saudi Arabia allow its women to drive vehicles?


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Why did Saudi Arabia allow its women to drive vehicles?

Post by rocky on Thu 12 Oct 2017, 2:58 am

Why did Saudi Arabia allow its women to drive vehicles?

Baghdad - Journal News
Saudi Arabia's decision to allow its women to drive vehicles in 2017, as a 21st century prank, seems to welcome you to Saudi Arabia, the only state that prevents women from being behind the wheel.
According to the Daily Telegraph report, the end of the suffering of Saudi women does not mean the real reason for Saudi Arabia's implementation of this decision. The House of Saud did not discover overnight that women as men, human beings with human rights, That is, Saudi Arabia relied on several factors before taking the decision to lift the urban.
Some women's rights activists took this step as a platform to remind the lifting of the guardianship law, the guardianship of any male member of the family, and others that Saudi Arabia is working to employ women in the private sectors due to some economic problems, , At the start of the activation of the resolution in 2018 next, as well as the recovery of sectors selling vehicles.
Saudi Arabia now faces the risk of international prosecution for war crimes against humanity in Yemen, and its inclusion in the UN report as one of its blacklists is the simplest example.
Saudi Arabia tried several months ago to amend its international image by claiming to help and rescue Yemeni citizens, stressing media campaigns in this regard. But without success, even the United States could not remove the stain of Saudi Arabia internationally.
At the end of its report, Telegraph referred to Saudi Arabia's attempt to create a humanitarian image, far from extremism and Wahhabism, exploiting the wishes of the Saudi people to attract the attention of the United Nations, but the new Saudi laws are not enough to wipe out their crimes in Yemen.

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