A Saudi sheikh has warned women that driving could affect their ovaries and pelvises.
According to the sheikh, Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan, women’s health is at risk if they get behind the wheel. He told a Saudi news website sabq.org:
‘[Driving] could have a reverse physiological impact. Physiological science and functional medicine studied this side [and found] that it automatically affects ovaries and rolls up the pelvis.
This is why we find for women who continuously drive cars their children are born with clinical disorders of varying degrees.’
His comments come two years after a ‘scientific’ report from Saudi Arabia claimed that letting women drive would also see more Saudis – both men and women – turn to homos*xual’ity and p*rn*grap’hy.
You know women in Saudi Arabia are currently banned from driving in Saudi Arabia though hundreds of them have protested against the law – with several facing severe punishment after they got behind the wheel.
The report warned that allowing women to drive would ‘provoke a surge in pr*stitution, p*rn*gra’phy, hom*s*xual’ity and divorce’ in Saudi Arabia.
That within ten years if they lift the ban on women driving, the report’s authors claimed, there would be ‘no more virgins’ in the Islamic kingdom.
Pointing out that ‘moral decline’ could already be seen in other Muslim countries where women are allowed to drive.
Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world where women are not allowed to drive.