Friday, July 26, 2013

  • Friday, July 26, 2013
  • Elder of Ziyon
UPI Arabic reports that a member of the National Society for Human Rights in Saudi Arabia, Dr. Suhaila Zine El Abidine, was not allowed to renew her passport, unless her male guardian would give his approval for her to travel abroad.

Abidine said that while women can now seek offices that were unavailable to them only a couple of years ago, they still have to go through this humiliating prerequisite before getting to do basic things.

She said that she was told even if a woman is 100 years old, she needs consent from a male guardian before getting approval to do many things.



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