In Saudi Arabia, where women must cover themselves from head to toe and are not allowed to travel, work or marry without the permission of a male guardian, they are also not allowed to drive a car. One cleric famously claims that driving …
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 …
RIYADH—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 …
If you're a woman in Saudi Arabia, tough luck. It's a country that doesn't let women drive. We've heard reports that it …
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 …
(SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH THE VIDEO) The song, which features a male performer singing "No woman, no drive", set to Marley's famous song "No woman, no cry" has been seen by nearly 3.5 million people on YouTube. The 4.15 …
Saudi Arabian women drive in protest of a ban against them from driving. Most, if not all of the people here know the thrill and pleasure of getting behind the wheel and hitting the open road. We firmly believe that everyone who is of legal age …
I must interrupt the regularly scheduled program to tell you how much I love this Saudi guy. Humor is by far the best way to make a point, and he does so with brilliant technical quality. Help this song go viral because it is both funny and …
Which means it’s OK to laugh. And trust me, you will. “No Woman, No Drive,” a parody of one of Bob Marley’s most iconic songs, is social satire at its finest. It’s brutal in its honesty—with lines like “Your feet is your only carriage ...
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 …