Clip #
4576

Debate on Saudi Women Driving: The Rate of Rape, Fornication, and Divorce Would Rise

September 26, 2014

Debate on Saudi Women Driving: The Rate of Rape, Fornication, and Divorce Would Rise

Duration:
04:50
Source:
Selah TV (Saudi Arabia)
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Intro:

In a TV debate, Islamic researcher Hussein Al-Nu'ami said that women should not be allowed to drive because they are "subject to menstruation and pregnancy" and "internal psychological factors", which "prevent women from coping with pressure." Al-Nu'ami claimed that the rates of rape, fornication, and divorce were higher in societies in which women drove. His argument was countered by Saudi journalist Daham Al-'Anzi, who asked him: "If a woman commits an act of depravity, what's that got to do w...

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