Allowing women in the military is about as hard as you can possibly cuck on the vaginal question.
You are effectively saying that women are physically compatible with men. Obviously, you can do a lot worse things in terms of “women’s rights,” but all of it stems from the initial admission that women are biologically on par with men.
Prince Salman has really taken the Kingdom from 0 to 60 in record time.
I wonder if that is connected to his deep connections with Jews? Interesting question.
Saudi Arabia’s government has taken several progressive steps to advance women’s rights in recent years, including the 2017 lifting of a ban that prohibited women to operate motor vehicles and the 2019 amendment allowing women to divorce and travel without male permission.
Sunday marked the first day both women and men were permitted to sign up and serve in the Saudi Arabian Army, Royal Saudi Navy, Royal Saudi Air Defense, Royal Saudi Strategic Missile Force and Armed Forces Medical Services, according to a new Arab News report.
Under new guidelines from the Saudi Ministry of Defense, male applicants between the ages of 17 and 40 years old and female applicants between the ages of 21 and 40 years old, may serve in military ranks from soldier to sergeant.
Additionally, women are required to be at least 155 centimeters (around 5’1″) tall, and men must have a height of 160 centimeters (around 5’2″) or more.
“In my personal opinion, it is very important for women to be in the military, where they can have an active role in our conservative society,” IT specialist Rhama al-Khayri told the outlet. “Throughout history, we have not heard of a woman who came to the field and fought,” she said. “We always hear about women healing people, or perhaps monitoring supplies in the administration and in the control units. The man is the one who fights in the field.”
Riyadh’s progressive military step comes nearly two weeks after White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters that Washington expects “Saudi Arabia to improve its record in human rights.”
“That includes releasing political prisoners such as women’s rights advocates,” Psaki said, tying the Biden administration’s renewed confidence to the February release of Saudi Americans Salah al-Haider and Bader al-Ibrahim, both of whom were jailed in 2019 and slapped with terrorism-related charges.
Days after the press conference, prominent women’s rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul was also released by Saudi authorities. The activist was arrested in May 2018, following her work with the ‘Women to Drive’ movement, which included videos of her illegally operating a motor vehicle.
I’m sure this will satisfy Jen Psaki, who for some reason appears to be dictating Joe Biden’s policy, rather than simply giving an account of it to the media.
“Why was Wall Street allowed to rip all those people off in the GameStop fiasco?” was answered with “we have our nation’s first women’s Treasury Secretary.” So, policy is more about the appearance of policy. Saudi Arabia can remain a brutal dictatorship as long as they dress it up with some Georgia O’Keeffe paintings.
You know – it’s all just whatever.