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Saudi Arabia: The need for laws not just education

Hala outlines her position on male guardianship over women: “I’m just a simple person who believes that although education about rights and wrong is important yet it’s not worthy without laws that protect the rights, since we can lead a horse to the water but we can’t make it drink… If we gave the men the power over women lives, then how can we make sure they’ll not abuse it?”

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