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Submitted by Ahmed Alharthy (Saudi Arabia), Jun 25, 2008 at 05:49

In saudi arabia, if they allow women to drive right now, it will take at least 30 years to see women drive in a good number,our cluture is different, we are different.

for example, we allow our women to drive when they abroad and we say no, when come back home, we need time to adapt, it is not easy, but if they allow the women to drive now, it will help a lot of the women to live better. they need the money which they give it to the driver, and they will keep themself far away from driver's problems.

Ahmed Al harthy

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