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The True Story of Saudi Women- Part 1. The movie is about Saudi women and how they live. The true story about Saudi girls. It is a short movie that presents Saudi Women. By Massad Alatawi & Salem Alatawi. Saudi Students Club at The University of Scranton
9 Jul 2012
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This Saudi Wife shows us into her middle class saudi hom that she shares with her in-laws.She discusses the restrictions on her daily life, although she does not see them as such.She says she doesn't have a maid, but her mother-in-law does! In Saudi Arabia, the dowries are very high and marriages are very expensive. Saudi women will not live without having a maid, a driver and many other things... 90% of Saudi citizens have maids ( mostly from Asia )and while its true women arent allowed to drive, they have chauffeurs to drive them anywhere they want Saudi women arent cage at home and they are allowed to go out and have fun..gyms,cafes,shopping.
23 Jan 2013
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Dozens of Saudi women, banned from driving a car, defied authorities and got behind the wheel. Opinion is divided among the Saudi government with some pushing toward empowerment for women and powerful clerics who are against any such measure. Holly Williams reports.
27 Oct 2013
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an in focus view of Saudi Women...
4 Jan 2014
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6 Oct 2009
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During an immigration hearing today in the House Judiciary Committee, witness Vivek Wadhwa, director of research at Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering, testified that "women in Saudi Arabia have more rights than the sopuses of [H-1B visa] workers."
5 Feb 2013
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Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world that doesn't allow women to drive. Even though there are no laws banning female drivers, authorities refuse to issue licenses. Holly Williams reports on how women there are taking to the road to defy the societal rule.
28 Oct 2013
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WSJ Live A handful of women challenged a prohibition forbidding women to drive in Saudi Arabia and took to the roads, getting behind the wheel to protest the ban. Photo: AP/ The Oct26th Driving Campaign
29 Oct 2013
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Interview with three Saudi Women
21 Dec 2008
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29 Sep 2011
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This Saudi Wife shows us into her middle class saudi hom that she shares with her in-laws.She discusses the restrictions on her daily life, although she does not see them as such.She says she doesn't have a maid, but her mother-in-law does! In Saudi Arabia, the dowries are very high and marriages are very expensive. Saudi women will not live without having a maid, a driver and many other things... 90% of Saudi citizens have maids ( mostly from Asia )and while its true women arent allowed to drive, they have chauffeurs to drive them anywhere they want Saudi women arent cage at home and they are allowed to go out and have fun..gyms,cafes,shopping.
14 Dec 2012
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Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel, wife of billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, vies for Saudi women's right to drive.
12 Jul 2013
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A woman is executed in Saudi Arabia for sorcery. CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports. Would you like to know more? Electronic tracking: new constraint for Saudi women (AFP, Nov 22, 2012) *******bit.ly/SYxJnk "Denied the right to travel without consent from their male guardians and banned from driving, women in Saudi Arabia are now monitored by an electronic system that tracks any cross-border movements. Since last week, Saudi women's male guardians began receiving text messages on their phones informing them when women under their custody leave the country, even if they are travelling together." Saudi woman beheaded for 'witchcraft and sorcery' *******edition.cnn****/2011/12/13/world/meast/saudi-arabia-beheading/index.html?iref=allsearch "A woman was beheaded in Saudi Arabia for practicing witchcraft and sorcery, the kingdom's Interior Ministry said, prompting Amnesty International to call for a halt in executions there. Amina bint Abdel Halim Nassar was executed Monday for having "committed the practice of witchcraft and sorcery," according to an Interior Ministry statement. Nassar was investigated before her arrest and was "convicted of what she was accused of based on the law," the statement said. Her beheading took place in the Qariyat province of the region of Al-Jawf, the ministry said."
4 Feb 2014
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