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Saudi Arabia

by Hsu Heng-Chuan
(Japan)

I have not been to Saudi Arabia. As far as I know, that is a wealthy country. They have a lot of oil and most of them are Islamic.

It is the only nation of the world where women-driving is forbidden. Women have to cover all of themselves and if their arms or feet are exposed, it could be quite serious even to the level of breaking the law.

Also, women in Saudi Arabia cannot enjoy the right of monogamy. If they get married, they should get prepared that her husband may have another wife in the near feature.

Polygamy is allowed in Saudi Arabia. In this way, women cannot enjoy the same rights as men. Living in the kingdom of male supremacy for a long time, women of Saudi Arabia are submissive. They never think about challenging or querying this irrational taboo.

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