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islam — Drokles on October 28, 2013 at 9:10 am

UN Watch skriver

As the UN Human Rights Council scrutinized Saudi Arabia’s domestic rights record this morning, a minority of democracies such as Canada, UK, and the Czech Republic raised concerns, while the vast majority of countries lined up to defend and praise one of the world’s most repressive theocratic regimes.

Out of the 102 countries taking the floor today, over 80 of them praised Saudi Arabia.


- “Denmark: “We commend #SaudiArabia’s progress in the promotion of rights for women in recent years…”

Arabian Business skriver om et øjebliksbillede fra Saudiarabien

Authorities in Saudi Arabia are in the midst of a new crackdown on female drivers after several women in the conservative Gulf kingdom were caught behind the wheel.

Traffic officials in the Eastern Province city of Al-Qatif said that any females caught driving would be dealt with firmly on the back of three arrests in recent months, Saudi Gazette reported. Sunni Muslim Saudi prohibits women from driving, instead making them rely on private drivers or male guardians.

A spokesman told the newspaper that any woman caught driving would be fined SR900 ($240) and made to sign a legal document that assures authorities they will not do it again.

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