Saudi Arabia has long been the only country in the world that does not allow women to drive. Now, there appears to be a new development in controlling the movements of its female population: the Kingdom has reportedly introduced an electronic tracking system alerting male guardians when a woman has left the country.
Reports emerged of the system last week when Manal al-Sherif, a women’s rights campaigner who has urged women to defy the driving ban, was alerted by...
Okay, since my comments got purged with the rest, I'll ask this question again.... How is this an indictment of the left's "War on Women"? That there is even more horrendous treatment of women in Saudi Arabia, does nothing to undermine the argument that there is discrimination here at home. Just because worse abuse exists somewhere in the world, does not mean that the "mild" forms of discrimination women face in this country is not a real concern. Put another way, Coptic Christians are put to death in Egypt, but that doesn't make the right feel as though Christians in this country are any less under fire in the "War on Christianity." So how does this undermine the left's rhetoric about women?
Remember the “war on women” the GOP is supposedly waging? I wonder what progressive women would dub this:
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