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A year and a half ago, I returned with my family to my native Saudi Arabia after a lengthy stay in the U.S. Our oldest, eight-year old Leen, had learned from her upbringing to ask lots of questions, and they started right away. “Baba,” she asked me, “why are there no women drivers here?”

I didn’t have a good answer, just like I didn’t have about any number of other things people of my generation had been unsatisfied with for decades but couldn’t really change. But as it happens, a few months later, I didn’t need an answer, because Saudi women were given the right to drive. Read by clicking here: Crown Prince Of Saudi Arabia

BACK2THEFRESH (AP) Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel is the woman of the 21st century. She has managed to change it all for not just islamic women but for all women. By action, in 2011 the young Saudi Arabian Princess stood up to a form of suppression that has cloaked the women in her society for far too long. Read more by clicking here: Woman Of The 21st Century

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