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‘Ladies First’: Saudi Arabia’s Female Candidates

What “right” to vote and to run in an election do women have in Saudi Arabia when they are denied the right to campaign and are issued death threats not only from their husbands, but from Saudi men in general? For driving women are brought onto an  “Anti-terrorism” court. Their right to vote is a sham created to fake progress to the West. And to think this barbaric country is in the UN council is comical.

This documentary exposes the sham that is Saudi Barbaria.


‘Ladies First’: Saudi Arabia’s Female Candidates

In Saudi Arabia, women still can’t drive. But they have been recently granted the right to vote and to run in an election. In this documentary, The Times’s Mona El-Naggar takes us inside the ultraconservative kingdom and into the largely inaccessible world of Saudi women.


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A Saudi girl’s school in the 1960’s, thirty years after Saudi Arabia was created. Saudi Arabia came into being after oil contracts was signed over by the United States to warring barefoot primitive tribal people on 23 September 1932, who sustained themselves on drinking camel pee and eating locusts and burying enslaved women alive while fighting endless causes of jihad, making these primitives one of the world’s wealthiest people.


3 thoughts on “‘Ladies First’: Saudi Arabia’s Female Candidates

  1. So much has changed since the 1960’s in the middle east. True the States is responsible for the mess the middle east is. Giving tribal barbarians power was the dumbest thing the US could have done. Now we are all paying the cost including the Saudi people. So when I saw this tribal scum in Harrods in the mid 70’s they hadn’t long had control over the OIL and I can tell you it showed.


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