UH OH FEMINISTS: Saudi Woman Arrested after This Video Emerges
As Democrats embrace Sharia law, will American women be next to face the fashion police?
Saudi state media confirmed a young woman was arrested on Monday; her crime captured on Snapchat.
The offense should have feminists outraged, as the young woman was arrested for wearing “suggestive clothing.”
As Breitbart reports:
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The video, in which the young woman can be seen strolling through an ancient fort in Ushayqir, Hadj province wearing a miniskirt and a crop top, quickly went viral after being posted to Snapchat by a popular user named Khulood.
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Try to imagine this type of law enforced in America.
Saudi Arabia’s Presidency of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice would arrest all of Hollyweird, and most of Californicate.
Keep in mind, these are the laws leftists fight to bring to America.
The article continues,
The video split opinion across Saudi Arabia, which has strict Islamic laws concerning women’s clothing. Typically, women are expected to wear a niqab as well as full-length robes, despite an average daily temperature of 97 degrees F.
On Sunday, a spokesperson for the Presidency of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice, which serves as the country’s religious police, confirmed they were investigating the issue and taking the “necessary steps” to address a video depicting a “girl in offensive clothing.”
“Just like we call on people to respect the laws of countries they travel to, people must also respect the laws of this country,” Saudi journalist Ibrahim al-Munayif wrote on Twitter.
Of course the backlash on Twitter was instant.
And not to protect Khulood’s rights as a woman.
Instead, angered Saudis demanded her arrest. They even started a hashtag “Demand_the_trial_of_Model_Khulood.”
As Breitbart continues,
However, female academic Amal al-Hazzani warned that the country must adapt if it wants to attract foreigners. “Let’s suppose this is an Italian tourist who wanted to know about our great past as part of our 2030 vision of not relying only on oil. Get used to that,” he wrote.
“If she was a foreigner, they would sing about the beauty of her waist and the enchantment of her eyes… But because she is Saudi they are calling for her arrest,” another tweet read.
Some have speculated that the video might be a deliberate protest against the country’s ingrained misogyny, given that it was filmed in Hadj province, known for its ultra-conservative traditions and array of Wahhabi Islamic leaders.
The woman reportedly told police that she was accompanied by a male throughout her visit, thus abiding the country’s male guardianship system, while claiming that she did not upload the video herself.
While her fate remains unclear for the time being, her arrest raises many questions.
While women in Saudi Arabia desperately seek freedom, women in America downplay their struggles prancing around in hijabs.
Dress notwithstanding, Middle Eastern women cannot drive cars, own property, or talk to men without permission. Sharia Law dictates they wear burqas and cover everything but their eyes.
Democrats will turn America into the exact same thing.
While Saudi women suffer oppression, we have a country full of idiots like Ashley Judd pretending to admire the plight of these ladies. Recall Judd’s tweet earlier this year, where she claimed Muslim women hold more rights than she does.
Can Judd go outside without a male escort? If a Saudi woman does this, she will be raped. Afterward, she is blamed.
It’s worthwhile to mention that Judd majored in women’s studies. Of course liberalism is the specialty of most American universities.
The question begs, do these liberal women really believe in Sharia law? If so, call out the squad cars and let’s start rounding up the skankiest feminists we can find. We can have the prison system overloaded in 10 minutes flat, and that’s just with one block of California.
Can Saudi Arabia relax its customs for Saudi women? And will the needs of a modern economy pressure Saudi Arabia into modernization?
Recently, Saudi leadership approved the ‘Vision 2030’ program. It seeks to increase economic growth. Additionally, women’s rights supposedly gained some momentum.
Nevertheless, a young girl sits in jail for wearing a miniskirt. Will she be waiting until 2030 to get resolution? Let’s hope not. Good thighs don’t usually last that long.