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Religion and Theology
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Saudi Women Name: Course: Instructor: Date of submission: “A sheep between a group of hyenas” is a statement my dad used to say always, whenever he saw a girl working with a lot of men. He describes the women as sheep working among groups of hyenas. In Saudi Arabia, men hunt for women, which is a major reason why people are hesitant to let their women associate with men, especially in a culture that does not support men and women associability.
Such as, paying the women monthly so, they can buy clothes, accessories, and almost everything, which women need. Women aren’t responsible to make money neither put food on the table, and that how Saudi people do it in their culture, women should stay home, take care of the kids and watch them while the men busy at work (Sasson, J. P, 1992). Most of the Saudi women are Muslims who believe that it is a husband’s responsibility to take care and provide for the entire family. A husband who does not provide is considered inadequate. Well, that is true, but I also believe Saudi women should take the initiative of looking after the family by providing financial support. Marriage is a union, which calls for mutual support from both parties. A wife should be willing to support his husband in whichever capacity she can. Unfortunately, this is not the case for Saudi women. Ultimately, Saudi women live a luxurious lifestyle. A Saudi woman is required by the law of the land to have a male guardian. These guardians assume the responsibility of catering for her needs and wants. The father acts as a guardian at birth. ...
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