And it's gone absolutely viral, garnering more than 3.5 million hits in just two days. Describing himself as an artist and a social activist, he says in the video's intro: "I don't really listen to music, but while studying in the U.S., I heard this …
As Saudi women get behind the wheel to protest the ban on women driving in the Kingdom, one comedian has released his own musical take on the issue. Hisham Fageeh, a self-proclaimed 'artist and social activist' produced an acapella cover …
Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Bob Marley died over three decades ago but his music is inspiring generations. …
“No Woman, No Drive,” a satirical take on the classic Bob Marley song, adapted to support the movement to allow women to drive in Saudi Arabia. Updated, Nov. 5 | The women who got behind the wheel in Saudi Arabia on Saturday to defy …
A Saudi video mocking the kingdom’s unique ban on female driving has gone viral, featuring a male performer singing “no woman, no drive”, an adaptation of Bob Marley’s famous song. Nearly 3.5 million people had seen the 4:15-minute video …
Speaking to euronews he remained coy about social activism ... several women risked arrest for defying a ban on driving and posting videos online. Though there is no official law banning women from driving, they are not issued licenses.
The recent campaign by women in Saudi Arabia to be allowed to drive and society’s divided reaction has led a group of Saudi satirists to resort to a famous Bob Marley song to explain the situation. The resulting YouTube video has gone …
There’s a viral video out by a Saudi YouTuber that’s blowing up with over 4 million views and counting in only two days — and no, it doesn’t involve a beheading, which is strange and terrible timing considering Halloween is just about here …
Manama: No Woman, No Drive, a Saudi tongue-in-cheek version of Bob Marley classic No Woman, No Cry has garnered more than three million views on YouTube. The video has turned comedian Hesham Faqeeh into an international …
Saudi women took up car keys in protest on Saturday in Riyadh, stepping behind the wheel to say they wouldn't be held down by laws that prevent women from obtaining a license. The New York Times reported a few dozen women …