Feminism in the Muslim World — and Why Self-Abortion is a Crime in NYC
You know, there’s some weird stuff out there today. Well, for example, in Saudi Arabia… Have you heard this? In Saudi Arabia, they are… Honest to God here, this is UK Daily Mail. Let me just read the headline: “Saudis Fear There Will Be ‘No More Virgins’ and People Will Turn Homosexual If Female Drive Ban is Lifted.” I don’t know how it works. I haven’t been to Saudi Arabia, but women are not allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia, and there’s a big move on to let women drive, as you know. It’s not being mounted by our feminazis. This is something happening within the realm of the kingdom. And they’re thinking about it, and one of the objections have been, “No, no, no! If we let the women drive, there aren’t gonna be any more virgins and people will turn homosexual.”
It’s right here in the UK Daily Mail — and it’s a government report, so it must be true. I mean, this report is just as credible as Obama’s jobs report. Here it is. ” Repealing a ban on women drivers in Saudi Arabia would result in ‘no more virgins’, the country’s religious council has warned. A ‘scientific’ report claims relaxing the ban would also see more Saudis – both men and women – turn to homosexuality and pornography. The startling conclusions were drawn by Muslim scholars at the Majlis al-Ifta’ al-A’ala, Saudi Arabia’s highest religious council, working in conjunction with Kamal Subhi, a former professor at the King Fahd University.
“Their report assessed the possible impact of repealing the ban in Saudi Arabia, the only country in the world where women are not allowed behind the wheel. It was delivered to all 150 members of the Shura Council, the country’s legislative body. The report warns that allowing women to drive would ‘provoke a surge in prostitution, pornography, homosexuality and divorce’. Within ten years of the ban being lifted, the report’s authors claim, there would be ‘no more virgins’ in the Islamic kingdom. And it pointed out ‘moral decline’ could already be seen in other Muslim countries where women are allowed to drive.