In Saudi Arabia women are not even people to an extent barely comprehensible

In this absurd story I ask you to notice a single sentence in the middle of the article…”

However, camera phones that did not contain any violating pictures were handed back to the guardians of the female owners of the phones after making the women and schoolgirls sign a pledge not to violate the regulations”

So property randomly seized from females found to not be in violator of any Saudi rule (as absurd and totalitarian as they may be) where not even given back to the women who owned them but to their ‘guardians’. Why? Because clearly in the KSA women are not even people enough to be the rightful owners of material goods. That it must be thought of as the property of the male who owns the women and up to him if he will entrust the phone back to the women or not. As this article states, this isn’t just for the students, this applies to the female teachers as well.

From The Saudi Gazette: (By way of The Religion Of Peace)

DAMMAM – Women teachers and schoolgirls in Al-Ahsa were taken aback by a surprise inspection tour of their schools and the confiscation of their camera phones by the Eastern Province’s General Administration for Education.
Dr. Muhammad Al-Milhim, Director of Girls’ Education Administration in Al-Ahsa, said these inspection tours came after the administration had received a number of complaints from the guardians of schoolgirls and women teachers regarding violations taking place in schools including the taking of pictures by some female students and teachers.
Al-Milhim pointed out that education inspectors confiscated the camera phones of schoolgirls and women teachers in schools. He added that only camera phones having women’s pictures were destroyed. However, camera phones that did not contain any violating pictures were handed back to the guardians of the female owners of the phones after making the women and schoolgirls sign a pledge not to violate the regulations.
Al-Milhim added that if schoolgirls and women teachers are caught in possession of camera phones, the penalty for the student might be dismissal from school while a deduction would be made from the salary of the teacher. He stressed that all must abide by the regulations.
Al-Milhim said his administration would continue to carry out inspection tours. He warned against camera phones being taken into girls’ schools in order to protect the interests and rights of both teachers and students. – Okaz/SG

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 Replies to “In Saudi Arabia women are not even people to an extent barely comprehensible”

  1. Where are the usual appeasers, apologists, modern-day versions of Neville Chamberlain; or the modern-day versions of Hitler himself, like Nihad Awad, to square this with their assertions that “mahoundianism protects women’s honor”, or that “mahoundian women have enjoyed for 1400 years the rights that Western women have enjoyed for less than a century?”

    Could it be that they mean the same rights that Elizabeth Fritzl “enjoyed” while kept in captivity by her incestuous scumbag father Josef in Austria? Though shocking to us, cases like those must be an everyday thing in Saudi Arabia and Porkistan.

  2. Indeed. What shocks me is that this sentence I isolated was not the central issue of the story but was a given. The lack of outrage is deafening.

  3. Oh, but don’t we know where the outrage of those who have remained silent on this issue is? They keep it for when Europeans fed up with mahoundianism encroaching on their values and freedoms vote for politicians campaigning on a platform of doing something about it, or for when Israel decides that it will no longer take Hamas rockets in its southern territory without fighting back.

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