The other day I was with a geopolitical analyst, I would like my thoughts on women’s rights in the Middle East and how long you will be asked to speak to power? In particular, with regard to driving, voting, and holding important positions? This is a damn good question, and who can actually see the trends that you see a new morning sun, along with some storm clouds on the horizon and a few lashes, so let’s talk about this right now, okay? Okay, so how long until the women came to power in the Middle East and are treated as first class citizens to ask, and it will happen? Yes, this is done, and we should be pushing. No one should be a slave in this manner is not acceptable in my world, the 21 Century.
Women in the UAE and other nations are racers. We see women in key political positions, the implementation of the largest companies, including teachers. Nations is good, the tremendous advantage of being the first half of the population, a strong member of the company to move the ball to look forward. He wished he did 50 years ago. Personally, I do not know if I run to tell other countries how they want to manage their own affairs, but I know that the United States and the State Department is not much of the road on this issue and push for the rights of women, not only in Near East, but time to lose the planet Earth.
There is no reason women should be in the Middle East do not get a solid education in their tasks, driving, and certainly should be allowed to vote on the future of their nation. Women should not be second class citizens, because it is unfair and not right. Let’s see, women’s rights, and as I’m concerned, it can not happen fast enough. However, the world of Islam and Islamic law, in order to do some work in this direction and we expect this to happen without a struggle of women in these regions, and can not be so beautiful, but in the end, I hope that the history of the previous period, when women were second class citizens, as a show of archaic and barbaric treatment sexist. In reality, these are my first thoughts on this subject, and I hope you keep it.