Saudi Arabia Women Drivers - We Can Do It

Saudi Arabian women drivers Loujain al-Hathloul and Maysaa al-Amoudi were released on 12 February after spending 10 weeks in detention. The conditions of their release and their legal status are un...

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No, you are not correct. The women who drove all had licenses that they received in countries other than Saudi Arabia. And, strictly speaking, there is no law in Saudi Arabia forbidding women to drive. It is a matter of custom strictly enforced by social pressure, modesty patrols, etc.

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