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Mo Gannon Oct 13
Saw my first female driver in , . We gave each other the thumbs-up.
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Yara olayan 🌊 Jul 31
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🇮🇳🇮🇳masood taheri🇮🇷🇮🇷 Jul 6
Mrs Soheila Bameri was elected as mayor of the city of Chegardak Delgan in Sistan and Baluchistan province of Iran and Saudi women are happy they can drive . and UN human rights org passes resolutions against iran for women's rights' abuse
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@theoslizzie Sep 5
Really interesting and thought provoking conversation on all manner of topics from to and with hosted by the marvellous . Worth a watch if you missed it...
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Nora Mulready Jun 26
I can feel the wind in her hair from here. Every girl should have the right to that feeling. No child should be wearing hijabs in primary school in Britain. Let them play, don't hide them away. Films like this of make point so powerfully. Freedom calling. x 💖
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د. ميساء السباعي Jul 2
I have driven for more than 12 years outside the Kingdom and never honked my horn once! In 4 days, driving in Jeddah, I honked the horn >10 times and yelled at the driver next to me 3 times. I hope doesn’t create a new generation of aggressive female drivers !
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Alex P Jul 6
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Ravi Kundurthi Jun 27
what did we accomplish in 70 years per troll Shefali 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 not to forget we had Indira Gandhi as our PM back in the 60s while countries like Saudia just started letting their women drive.
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Nadia Haz Aug 19
While I was driving home today, a car started honking behind me and I was annoyed as I knew I was not at fault... after overpassing me a neqabi lady whose eyes were joyous was giving me the V sign and she and her husband honked away with thumbs up all the way!
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Tamara Kharroub Sep 1
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Prisoners of Conscie Jul 2
Hiba Zayadin (Human Rights Watch): One minute Hatoun Al-Fasi was celebrating , the second she's behind bars alongside at least 9 other women's rights activists & their supporters. Just goes to show how ruthless crackdown on the women's rights movement has been!!
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Safiya من خيبر Jul 7
It's happening... All the mullahs in the world can't stop it.. rise sisters, and take what is rightfully yours.
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Mo Gannon Jul 4
A tragic but isolated incident. I encountered nothing but cheers of support from men and women while driving in Jeddah. My thoughts are with my Saudi sisters. Remember the road sign: Have Faith and Keep Moving Forward.
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jibril kadie Jun 25
In one day: celebrates the renewal of its political leadership in free and fair elections, and Arabia celebrates a long-life license for women to drive !! A huge differences on the status of freedom and political development.
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KAWA News Jul 7
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ZG Volvo Trucks Jun 25
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Rania Fadel Maatouk Jul 13
July 9, 2018: Making History - Proud to be the 1st woman to drive to work 💪🏻💪🏻🎉🎉💃🏻 Greatest feeling ☺️
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Royale Hardenstine Aug 5
To those at that were so excited and supportive about , I have good news! I passed my driving test last Wednesday and picked up my license this morning. Yallah, let's hit the road. 😃
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openDemocracy 50.50 Aug 3
☪️ NEW: From Indonesia to Saudi Arabia, Muslim women’s movements are reclaiming an Islam that has long espoused equality, justice and freedom for all. And they're unstoppable. 🔥 ✊
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openDemocracy 50.50 Aug 4
Saudi Arabia’s ongoing crackdown on women’s rights activists undermines Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s own reform agenda.
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