Skip to comments.Electronic tracking: new constraint for Saudi women
Posted on 11/22/2012 12:53:30 PM PST by Nachum
AFP - Denied the right to travel without consent from their male guardians and banned from driving, women in Saudi Arabia are now monitored by an electronic system that tracks any cross-border movements.
Since last week, Saudi women's male guardians began receiving text messages on their phones informing them when women under their custody leave the country, even if they are travelling together.
Manal al-Sherif, who became the symbol of a campaign launched last year urging Saudi women to defy a driving ban, began spreading the information on Twitter, after she was alerted by a couple.
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So long as you love the 7th century.
Here is the joke. TELL my wife what to do. The punchline. TELL me she can’t.
Approved by San Fran Nan Pelosi, the Secretary of State, and the DemoRatic Women's Caucus, the equipment will soon have optional upgrades to punishment collars escalating to explosive devices for the repeatably disobedient.
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The democrats will use this in the future to track all of us. Now we see why liberals/democrats/socialists love Islam so much.
Insecure men, they all seem to have Wee Willie disease.
Music to read this thread by...
Why not just implant tracking devices on them and track them all over the country?
What do you think the move to put the RID chips in students in some schools is a begining of? As well as the tracking of cars by advanced versions of Onstar and similar systems.
Reminds me of a movie just can’t recall exactly....
They're already doing this with chips for school kids so they know exactly where they are and if they cross the school border. They also do it with their "free" student laptops.
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