VIA| Saudi Arabia’s University of Qassim played host to one of the biggest women’s rights conferences in the Arab world.
The institution managed to hold the event without the advice or attendance of a single woman.
Intelligently themed around the topic of “Women in Society,” the conference was supposed to set a benchmark for tolerance and progress in the region. However, as is expected from Saudi Arabia — a country firmly ruled by its own interpretation of the Sharia Law — there were no women in attendance for a conference meant to discuss their rights.
Still, some “academicians” stress that, though the conference might seem devoid of any females, they could be “attending” the conference from an adjacent building.
According to sharia law, women are never to seat right next to men, even during such intimate occasions as a marriage.
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