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Sep 29, 2013
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Saudi Cleric: Driving Causes Damage to Women's Ovaries

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Source: Rotana Khalijiya TV (Saudi Arabia)

Following are excerpts from a TV show with Saudi cleric Saleh Bin Saad Al-Lohaidan, which aired on Rotana Khalijiya TV on September 29, 2013.


Saleh Bin Saad Al-Lohaidan: Women are physiologically weaker than men. It is well known that their pelvis is wider than the pelvis of men, in order to provide space for the fetus.



When a woman drives a car, her mind is preoccupied, and when she sits for a long time, her pelvis bounces, and this bouncing places pressure on the ovaries.



Therefore, in Europe, and especially in South America – Argentina, Brazil, and Peru – there are laws restricting women from driving when they are over 35 years of age.



Therefore, in America, France, and Europe, women have only two or three children not because of family planning, but because of functional disorder of their ovaries. That is the conclusion I have reached.





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