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.
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 …
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 …
A man was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries after he shot in a drive-by shooting in east Birmingham ... but no one was been charged in the shooting, …
A woman had to be rescued from her car after she tried to drive ... Reporter: "Are …
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 …
A satirical video by a Saudi comedian has had more than three million views on YouTube. No Woman, No Drive was published on Saturday 26 October - the same day as a handful of women in Saudi Arabia defied the ban on driving …
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Making light of a serious situation, two comedians mocked Saudi Arabia’s ban on women drivers to the tune of the Bob Marley hit, “No Woman, No Cry ... a cleric who said women who drive risk damaging their ovaries and birthing kids with …