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Human Rights in Saudi Arabia - Women's rights
Saudi women face severe discrimination in many aspects of their lives, including education, employment, and the justice system. Women are not allowed to drive or ride bicycles on public roads in large cities. However, many women are capable of driving, and do so on rural roads. Family decisions are also largely made by the women. Education, although limited, has become an important aspect. Religious police enforce a modest code of dress, sometimes even asking American Armed Services women to cover their heads. In recent years however, many foreigners residing in the Kingdom have reported that enforcement of dress code laws has become less strict. Institutions from schools to ministries to restaurants are always gender-segregated.
Originally posted by Souljah
I like the part about American Armed Service Women haveing to cover-up themselves tho.
I don't they are doing the same in Afganistan!
Originally posted by WolfofWar
So Skadi, are you saying that you would have let Hussein Saddamize Saudi Arabia? lol
Originally posted by ed 209
And how cheap is the petrol there? Very.