According to a Saudi feminist who posted the video on Twitter, it shows a high school guard fulfilling his duties, which include making sure the students are always fully covered and ensuring “women are caged until their guardians or drivers come”.
Often “invisible” because unreported, these physical and verbal attacks limit “the freedom of women, because they are often obligated to alter their daily lives: changing their routes, modes of transportation, schedules, attitudes and clothing in order to avoid confrontation,” wrote the report.
The result was to “exclude women from the public arena”, it said.
Blic is reporting that British Muslim terrorist Khalid Masud (Masood) 52 arrived in Bosnia in May of 1993 where he joined the notorious ‘El Mujahid’ as an Islamic ‘Holy warrior’. ‘El Mujahid’ terror unit was under the command of the Muslim Army of Bosnia-Herzegovina backed by President Bill Clinton and armed by the Iranians among others. It was comprised of foreign Islamic fighters who were responsible for …
They’re policing you morally…They’re telling you to cover up. They’re following you. They’re grabbing your ass.”
“I don’t feel, I don’t feel as safe… — An American woman in Paris
“Police visited the family’s home in early July for a “welfare check” and finding the three children badly injured, arrested the father… The children had injuries including bad bruising. One had burnt feet, which witnesses told police was the result of the accused submerging her feet in very hot water.” Why was this man ever allowed …
“What does sexual pleasure from contact with her thighs mean? It means deriving sexual pleasure from an infant. How old is an infant? One year, a year and half, a few months?
It’s inconceivable for a grown man to have sex with an infant girl?
And you tell me Islamic Shari’a authorizes this?” — Ghada Jamshir
“For the first time in human history, a government has declared itself an organ trafficking cartel…
“A former prime minister of Kosovo is the head of the organ trafficking in Europe and he is a friend of Okorocha,”