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Saudi king 'revokes' woman driver's lashing sentence
Princess Amira Al Taweel tweets: Thank God, the lashing of Sheima is cancelled, thanks to our beloved King
- Published: 22:32 September 28, 2011
Hassan, underdeveloped neanderthals like you are the reason that they call the rest of the globe, the "third world."
Jane, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
There is a reason why these rules are in place in Saudi Arabia, it is to prevent the society from the TYPE of LIBERALISATION west have in mind, because of these regulations, the crime and obscenity rate in Saudi Arabia is far less than that of the west and even in some of the eastern countries PRETEND to be the biggest democracy. Women in Saudi Arabia are allowed to study and do all sort of social activities, but within the limits of hijab and modesty.
Hassan, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Why is the king has to be involved. Thanks to the king. But why can't the judges do this job. This is 2011, pls wake up Saudi society. Allow women to drive.
Amit, Mumbai, India
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