I hate the Saudi Arbia for its rules from another

+2 by Titlive

I hate the Saudi Arbia for its rules from another time, for how women have to live there, for how much women a few men have, for how money goes only to a tiny number of people, ...

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-1 by ksa k

women in Saudi Arabia live as a queen. they got mony with out work. a husband, a father, a brother, have to have gave them money and the government as well. i recommend you to visit saudi arabia

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+0 by Titlive

What a mistake... you recommend me to visit Saudi Arabia.
I'd prefer I didn't....

Can women live by themselves? Can they get out of home, get a job, live 70 years alone if they want to?
Can the women vote and get elected?
Can the women DRIVE? (Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world where the answer to this question is no... What a shame...)

Can women freely decide do get married or divorce? Same question for education (they can do it, but can they choose to do it or not), and many aspects of civil life (like say relations with a bank).

I'm not saying saying there are problems with men/women parity in Saudi Arabia. Everybody is!
WEF ranked Saudi Arabia 130 of 134 for gender parity.

I know you will tell me some women have no problem with the way it works for them in Saudi Arabia. I don't have any neither.
The problem is legal. Every woman must be given the choice to have a male guardian or not.
At majority, every woman should be able to say "Sorry father, now I wan't to live by my own, make my own decisions. As a result you owe nothing to me."
Male guardianship must not be enforced by law, and men should have no rights over women. Nobody should be able to decide who the woman should marry, if she can divorce, if she can grow up her children, or send her to a mental institution if the person doesn't want to.
All of this is possible and has be done and is still done and will be done tomorrow in Saudi Arabia.

Next, if they life as queens they should be able to make their own decisions, including something like... Clothing.
Can you point me examples of queens only eyes and hands have ever been seen from the public?
However, clothing is the least important problem now in Saudi Arabia. All other problems regarding women rights should be solved first.

Why is there sex segregation? Why in Saudi Arabia you find different entrances for men and women? Why don't you see women and men interact in public?
Why can't women work aside or with men?
Why don't men and women mix in schools?
Imagine that: can a woman just go to a restaurant, sit to a table and eat (and with somebody not a brother or husband, huh?) Can she be a waitress there?

About rules from another time. One of the punishment in Saudia Arabia is lashes, a mean of TORTURE?
What is this country? Are you so proud to live there?
I've also been surprised that these separates entrances also exists in homes!
And when you're in, you are lucky if you see a woman...

I were to Saudi Arabia and I promise I won't return. I was deeply shocked with what I saw. According to WEF there are only 4 countries worse than Saudi Arabia regarding women rights.

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-1 by ksa k


hi hope you are good and thanks for ur reply

KSA is muslim country so it have to have respect all muslime even they live in saudi arabia or not because saudi have Macca city and Mddina city which are for all muslim people.
what is th goal for mix school? are u going to learn or have sex in class.
(Can she be a waitress there.) do you think she want to work there. she is looking for a nice job.
men people is like a taxi driver for her for free so she dosn`t need to drive.
if someone gave you two sweet one of them is open and another ont is not open, so what you would take? of course you would take the one is not open. exactly that same in ksa for women.
best wishes

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+0 by Titlive

Hello,

thanks for your answer.

>> what is th goal for mix school? are u going to learn or have sex in class.

Not at all. This question will lead to religion, then please forget about it for one minute.
The goal for "mix school" is this:
In school you not only learn maths and this kind of things, but also to live with each other. School is where children discover each other and learn to live in society. It would not be, in my sense, a good preparation for kids if they don't see any girl (not their mother, not their sister(s)) before 20 years old.
Now, because of the segregation existing also in the society, in public life, it wouldn't make sense to mix schools.
However, even in this context it would not hurt and should not be forbidden by law.
(This is only my opinion not a rule or something like that.)

>> (Can she be a waitress there.) do you think she want to work there. she is looking for a nice job.

Here the problem is you consider waitress not a "good" job. I guess what you mean with this...
I consider waitress a job like others, a job you can earn money from, to sustain your family.

>> men people is like a taxi driver for her for free so she dosn`t need to drive.

First, nice if she doesn't need, but other people don't have the right to decide from them.
Secondly, "need" and "right" are two different things.
In other countries (even near yours) most women don't drive, but they *can*, they are allowed to. This is the difference.

>> if someone gave you two sweet one of them is open and another ont is not open, so what you would take? of course you would take the one is not open. exactly that same in ksa for women.

I don't understand your comparison. Are you saying this about the clothing women wear?
I believe it was the other way around: aren't the "closed" clothes supposed to protect married women from being looked at from other men?

Overall you misunderstood me if you think I said "it must be like that", "women should not do that".
My point about women is that they should have the same rights as men. I don't mean they have to be like men or take their place.

>> best wishes
Cheers

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+0 by accord04

women that get paid by (is it by or from?) men are called prostitutes ;) maybe your wife is a queen but I don't want to marry a queen. I don't want my in-laws to be a royal pain either.

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+0 by accord04

by sweets he means popped and virgin

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+1 by Luke G

My answer is simple. That is the culture in Saudi Arabia and is part of their way of life. Why should other countries with different customs try to impose their own societies and laws onto others that they deem wrong, just because they are different? I say people in the west should stop sticking their noses into other countries business and constitution.

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+0 by Alan P

I say, Luke G, the "West" should evacuate the good women of Saudi Arabia to safety and castrate the remaining pigs.

I'm sure you would love for the rest of the world not to notice how Saudi Arabia brutalizes half its population, all the while perverting the goodness of religion. It has nothing to do with customs. Saudi Arabia is a desolate pit that legitimizes its own barbarism -- and everyone would be living underground like rats were it not for the thriving "West".

Well, we notice. What punishment do you choose? Should we lash you? Blind you with acid? Stone you to death? Strip you of your dignity because you had the misfortune of being born with a vagina in a land full of misogynistic morons who offer the world nothing of beauty or kindness?

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-1 by Alan P

I should have added that there are some very good men in Saudi Arabia who don't condone their country's "customs". Unfortunately, they're like Nigerians at a KKK picnic.

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