Women Protest Islamic Persecution

This Saturday something truly important took place in Saudi Arabia when a group of around 25 women defied Saudi law and got behind the wheel of their cars. Their actions may seem small, but when seen in the larger context of the continuing struggle against Islamofascism, this can only be seen as a victory against Islam. Women have for too long been victims of abuse at the hands of corrupt and disgusting Islamic governments in the Middle East and North Africa – and even an act as small as this could be a huge blow to these fascist governments.

In the capital city of Riyadh, at least five women were seen driving, stopped and “each case was dealt with accordingly,” said Col. Fawaz Al-Meeman of the Riyadh police. Another spokesperson for the Riyadh police said that the women were not arrested but simply detained until their male “guardians” could arrive and drive them home – after the women had pledged not to drive again.

women2driveSome women who were planning to take part in the Saturday protest received threatening phone calls from the Saudi government telling them not to drive on Saturday, or any other day. A government spokesman first denied that any such calls had taken place, but later recanted. “He said the phone calls were a public relations move the ministry undertook to help some people understand a statement made Wednesday, which said laws would be “fully enforced” Saturday. This will apply to female drivers and those who might stage protests in a nation where they’re outlawed. Saudi Arabia has tight controls on all gatherings.”

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Islamic governments thrive on fear, it is why the Taliban in Afghanistan would hold mass executions in soccer stadiums prior to our overthrow of their government. Fear is the way they drove their subjects into submission to their worldview.

With that in mind, some very talented Saudi men, who have joined together to help fight for women’s civil rights in Saudi Arabia put together this hilarious and meaning-packed parody video.

Fight the power, Saudi women… especially when that power is evil Islamofascism.



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