There should be no discrimination between men and woman. Women should now there fundamental and social rights which they get once they born. There should be respect and dignity towards Women.
Sharia law, or the divine will, is derived by scholars through interpreting the Quran and hadith sayings of and accounts about the Prophet's life. In Saudi culture, the Sharia is interpreted according to a strict Sunni form known as the way of the Salaf righteous predecessors or Wahhabism.
The law is mostly unwritten, leaving judges with significant discretionary power which they usually exercise in favor of tribal traditions. For example, Sheikh Ahmad Qassim Al-Ghamdi, chief of the Mecca region's mutaween religious policehas said prohibiting ikhtilat gender mixing has no basis in Sharia.
The peninsula is the ancestral home of patriarchalnomadic tribes, in which separation of women and men, and namus honour are considered central.
According to one female journalist: The driving ban for women is the best example. His first wife, Khadijahwas a powerful businesswoman who employed him and then initiated the marriage proposal on her own. He reportedly told Muslim men, "You have rights over your women, and your women have rights over you.
Jeddah is relatively permissive. Riyadh and the surrounding Najd region, origin of the House of Saudhave stricter traditions. While the anti-vice committee is active across the kingdom, it is particularly active in Riyadh, Buraydah and Tabuk. The Iranian Revolution and subsequent Grand Mosque Seizure in Saudi Arabia caused the government to implement stricter enforcement of sharia.
Saudi women who were adults before recall driving, inviting non-mahram unrelated men into their homes with the door openand being in public without an abaya full-body covering or niqab veil.
It opened the country's first co-educational university, appointed the first female cabinet member, and passed laws against domestic violence.
Women did not gain the right to vote inbut the king supported a woman's right to drive and vote. Critics say the reform was far too slow, and often more symbolic than substantive. Mashael al-Eissa, an Internet writer, opposed reforms on the grounds that Saudi Arabia is the closest thing to an "ideal and pure Islamic nation," and under threat from "imported Western values.
One of the students who took part in the poll commented: There is someone who cares about her; and a woman needs nothing as long as there is a man who loves her and meets her needs; as for the current campaigns calling for women's driving, they are not reasonable.
Female driving is a matter of fun and amusement, let us be reasonable and thank God so much for the welfare we live in. We want things according to what Islam says. Look at our history, our role models.
BradleyWestern pressure for broadened rights is counterproductive, particularly pressure from the United States, given the "intense anti-American sentiment in Saudi Arabia after September Women have always worked, whether in paid jobs, or in the home, and often in both.
But their work is generally unrecognised and undervalued.
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