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Saudi Arabia, Arabian Peninsula
Population: 27,752,000
Chief of State: King and Prime Minister Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Head of Gov.: King and Prime Minister Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Christians: 4.3%
Evangelical Christians: 0.6%
Dominant Religion: Islam
Persecution Ranking: 15th
Life Expectancy: 74.8 Years
Literacy Rate: 87.2%
Population Below Poverty Line: Unknown
Refugees Living in Saudi Arabia: 70,661

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Under Saudi law, a woman is part of a man and not a separate individual. She must always be part of a man's flock and under his control. The U.S. State Department website's travel section stated that women in Saudi Arabia are the property of their male family members – just like slaves were the property of their masters. The absolute monarchy in the kingdom has been able to persuade the world that the way women are treated under its rule is a product of local culture and of Islam itself. Until women in Saudi Arabia acquire legal personhood, the world must place the emancipation of women in every policy exchange they have with the Saudi, and offer fleeing women a safe haven. Pray that the Saudi women will receive respect and freedom. Pray that the women will rise above the oppression and intimidation (The Bible, Galatians 3:28).

Saving Saudi Arabia's Women

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Saudi Arabia, Arabian Peninsula
Population: 27,752,000
Chief of State: King and Prime Minister Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Head of Gov.: King and Prime Minister Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Christians: 4.3%
Evangelical Christians: 0.6%
Dominant Religion: Islam
Persecution Ranking: 15th
Life Expectancy: 74.8 Years
Literacy Rate: 87.2%
Population Below Poverty Line: Unknown
Refugees Living in Saudi Arabia: 70,661

Pray for Saudi Arabia facebook page

Under Saudi law, a woman is part of a man and not a separate individual. She must always be part of a man's flock and under his control. The U.S. State Department website's travel section stated that women in Saudi Arabia are the property of their male family members – just like slaves were the property of their masters. The absolute monarchy in the kingdom has been able to persuade the world that the way women are treated under its rule is a product of local culture and of Islam itself. Until women in Saudi Arabia acquire legal personhood, the world must place the emancipation of women in every policy exchange they have with the Saudi, and offer fleeing women a safe haven. Pray that the Saudi women will receive respect and freedom. Pray that the women will rise above the oppression and intimidation (The Bible, Galatians 3:28).

Saving Saudi Arabia's Women