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It is false that men receive twice as women in inheritance according to Quran. In Islam the share each person receives depends on many factors like closeness of the person to the inheritor and number of of beneficiaries. Sometimes women receive more than men and sometimes men receive more and sometimes their share is equal. I have studied Islamic Inheritance System in two semesters and it is like what is mentioned here at all.
Another point is that Saudia Arabia does not represent Islam, simply they have a tough and unfair culture against women, based on their traditions and not Islamic law. I ask Saudis to man up and raise against the king as their Islamic law require them to stand against suppression and not suppress their women.
Im sorry, please forgive me I just want to tell you that most of your informations about Saudi women are wrong or at least the reasons behind each rule toward women here. it’s mostly coz Islam considered women as the most passionate and the most soft creature on earth so,men should protect her and give her every thing she needs without letting her to go and face this world alone.Especially these days we have all the right to drive, to travel, to work everywhere, even to divorce if we are not happy in our lives. Your article maybe based on old studies or old informations but I think you must come to visit Saudi Arabia nowadays.
I hope one day you can see the truth you are most welcome .🦋😊
This post is just showing Saudi Arabia in a negative light! Be honest, do you think people would actually live here if it was so bad. Yes, Saudi Arabia sometimes has stupid rules (banning Pokemon cards, dabbing, birthday parties, no minimum marriage age, etc.) but remember that Saudi Arabia is not a country that needs pity. They follow a culture, not a religion, despite what they claim
I agree and disagree..I do not believe in female childhood marriage. On another note that wives being submissive, I can agree with but only to an extent. It is going to depend on if the Husband is honest, caring, kind hearted and is not physically or emotionally abusive to the Wife or Children. I was raised in a Christian home in the USA and my Mother was very submissive to my Father. My father ruled the home, but he also protected us from the cruelty of the world. This is the only lifestyle I knew as a child. My father was always right in his eyes only, but he was a wise man for sure and never laid a mean hand on my Mother.. I married and my first Husband was very abusive and made me did my own grave, after a while and quite a few close to death beatings I knew something was not right and I left him. Skip forward to now I now have a new Husband that treats me like a gem and I do not mind being submissive at all, but he has earned my trust and loyalty. In saying all of this there are many variables that come into play. I can not blame the women for following the family tradition, it can work and it can be a glorious situation if done in the correct manner. You just can not barge in and tell people they are wrong for their lifestyle if they are comfortable with it that is just nonsense. I do believe that they should have the right to leave and change if that is what they want.
since saudi arabian womens doesn't care about your post why care about them .
they are free and they feel safe stop making people hate arabs by this toxic posts.
btw i'm not an arab
There is plenty conditions when a woman takes half of the heritage. As for working they're allowed with no limits except for judging. We as east men love to see our women at home not at work and men provide them every thing they need. Woman in Qur'an is honerd than men. As a girl, the man who raises a girl is more honered than raising a kid. If married men are told to fear god in her. No beating, no insulting and for sure not taking the kids by force from her. For the black dress we are jealous men we don't like any other male to look to them or being offended by the looks, so we start from our side to avoid this jealousy.
Keep doing so and less likes and shares you will get...no one wants or likes to spread hate against any faith, culture, or ethnicity
This is a toxic article by a pathetic writer. It contains false information and some true facts but represent it in a shallow way. Shame on you!
All this is true. Women in Saudi Arabia don't have say. They only have opinions in their homes and sometimes it doesn't really matter so you find some acts crazy and take it out on their house helps. Women who are house helps in Saudi Arabia are the most unlucky people coz they go through alot of harsh treatment by this Arabian women,they overwork them and deny them food. I don't know what pleasure they get by doing that. But for sure they give this women mental illnesses due to their harsh treatment.
being a saudi national i can assure you More than half of what you typed is Biased, Exaggerated and full of unethical Shit.
This is bull shit most of the information is wrong.
My brith place is saudi arabia and I lived their too and all that is written here is written as if its oppressing women, but in reality its the respect that's given to a women there. A women is like a pearl so her beauty needs to be hidden just like a pearl is hidden in its shell, She is treated as a queen so not every guy has the right to look at her and that why she needs to cover her beauty because her beauty is only for her special guy (husband) not for everyone. Being an arabian I love the rules of my country which perfectly protects women and their rights. Alhamdulillah. I enjoy the respect I get in my country. so do not believe in this nonsense. Instead ask women of saudi arabia, what they actually feel. I feel like a Queen here. And no other country can give a women respect like saudi arabia.
Also i live in Saudi Arabia and you are totally truee
Actually there are many things that are wrong about Saudi Arabia as I lived there and many of these information is wrong and many of it also is mentioned without mentioning the reason of it and I feel its unfair as it comes back to their traditions
I have been living in Saudi Arabia for fourteen years till now i don't wear abayas.
I am hearing about these rules for the first time 🤨🧐
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