Added on 27/10/2013
Asia , Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice , Cultural anthropology , Culture , Family , Gender , Law enforcement in Saudi Arabia , Marriage , Patriarchy , Politics , Saudi Arabia , Social Issues , Sociobiology , Women's rights in Saudi Arabia
EMAN AL NAFJAN: When women are stopped driving in Saudi Arabia it’s generally a policeman who does the stopping.
Added on 06/10/2013
Abdullah Hamidaddin , Asia , Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice , Committee for Promotion of Virtue and The Prevention of Vice , Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice , Islam in Saudi Arabia , Islamic religious police , Law enforcement in Saudi Arabia , Religion/Belief , Saudi Arabia , Sex segregation , The Religious Policeman , Zealotry
CROSSROADS ARABIA: A well-known commentator on Saudi affairs has examined critically the role that the religious police occupy in everyday life