Now, just how did this Saudi Historian come to this conclusion? Does he have first hand experience in order to make this statement? The first thing we need to do is check his IQ to see if he is qualified intellectually since they do all of this in-breeding.
My response is to the women in Saudi:
If the first woman God ever made was strong enough to turn the world upside down all alone, these Saudi women together ought to be able to turn it back and get it right side up again, and now they are asking to do it, the Saudi men better let them. In fact, in the U.S. sexual harassment is environmental pollution of the worst kind.
When a woman walks across the room, she speaks with a universal body language that most men intuitively understand. Bullies and creeps are not always born, many of them are made, and if we can stop that process we will have helped ourselves enormously. In the long run, women understand the power that men have had over women in the past; but, Saudi men have to understand “change” is in the air. Rape is more about fear than sex!
What the Saudi men are afraid of are that the Saudi women are going to start singing the song, “Ain’t Gonna Be Your Sugar Mama No More!”
So Mr. Saudi Historian – intercourse and women’s inequality are like Siamese twins, always in the same place at the same time, pissing in the same pot. So in the end, the paramount destiny and mission of women are to fulfill the noble and benign offices of wife and Mother. This is the law of the creator.
I think the Historian needs to go back to the drawing board – do they have sexual harassment laws in Saudi that protect women in general like they do in the U.S.?
Saudi Historian: U.S. Women Drive Because They Don’t Care If They’re Raped
© Middle East Media Research Institute
A Saudi Arabian historian trying to justify the nation’s ban on female drivers says women who drive in other countries such as the United States don’t care if they’re raped and that sexual violence “is no big deal” to them.”
Saleh Al-Saadoon claimed in a recent TV interview that women can be raped when a car breaks down, but unlike other countries, Saudi Arabia protects its women from that risk by not allowing them to drive in the first place, according to a translation posted online by the Middle East Media Research Institute.
“They don’t care if they are raped on the roadside, but we do,” Al-Saadoon said on Saudi Rotana Khalijiyya TV.
“Hold on. Who told you they don’t care about getting raped on the roadside?” asked the host, a woman who is not named in the transcript.
“It’s no big deal for them beyond the damage to their morale,” Al-Saadoon replied. “In our case, however, the problem is of a social and religious nature.”
Two other guests on the show — a man and a woman — appeared to be in shock over his comments. Al-Saadoon said they were out of touch.
“They should listen to me and get used to what society thinks,” Al-Saadoon said.
Since the rape argument didn’t seem to be convincing anyone, Al-Saadoon tried another approach, claiming that women are treated “like queens” in Saudi Arabia because they are driven around by the men of the family and male chauffeurs. That led the host to ask if he wasn’t afraid that women might be raped by their chauffeurs.
“There is a solution, but the government officials and the clerics refuse to hear of it,” he said. “The solution is to bring in female foreign chauffeurs to drive our wives.”
That caused the female host to laugh and cover her face with her palm.
“Female foreign chauffeurs?” she said. “Seriously?”
Saudi women face serious penalties if they are caught driving, including lashing. Two women who defied the ban on driving last year, Loujain al-Hathloul and Maysa al-Amoudi, are being tried in a court that handles terror cases. This is called slavery!