Added on 06/07/2014
James M. Dorsey
Al-Dowsari , Asia , Football , Mosque , Outline of Saudi Arabia , Religion/Belief , Saudi Arabia , Soccer , Sports , the World Cup , Wahhabi , Women's rights in Saudi Arabia , World Cup
JAMES DORSEY: Even though Saudi Arabia did not qualify for the World Cup it’s being followed avidly by women in the Kingdom
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 11/03/2013
Asia , Muna Abu Sulayman , Saudi Arabia , Social Issues , Wilson Center , Women's rights in Saudi Arabia
EMAN AL NAFJAN: It’s indisputable that women are making strides in Saudi Arabia but this progress could be swept aside at a stroke
Added on 25/01/2013
Common Ground News Service
Abdullah bin Abdulaziz , Asia , Entertainment/Culture , King , Politics of Saudi Arabia , Saudi Arabia , Shura , Shura Council , Thoraya Obaid , Women , Women's rights in Saudi Arabia
MAHA AKEEL, CGNEWS: The appointment of 30 extremely well-qualified women to the Shura Council is just the latest in a string of recent achievements for Saudi women.