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The Saudi writer Saud Al-Fawzan caused a state of criticism against him on Twitter. After his tweet sparked controversy, he claimed that Christians respect women more than Muslims, according to his description.

Saud Al-Fawzan published a tweet of him monitored by “Watan”, in which he said that Christians respect women more than Muslims.

Al-Fawzan wrote in his tweet what he said: “Sorry to everyone in advance if I tell the truth. Christians, their respect for women is not comparable to Islam.”

The Saudi writer continued his allegations that sparked a wave of anger: “I have never seen a Prostant Christian or Catholics that they despise women.”

He continued: “On the contrary, all of them respect Mary, peace be upon her, and sanctify her, while some of us Muslims do not respect Aisha, the wife of the Lord of Creation, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, a big difference between us.”

A broad wave of controversy

Al-Fawzan’s tweet caused a wave of controversy among his followers on Twitter, who spared no effort by commenting on him in large critical terms.

And among the tweeters that went to mock him and even his university degree.

In this context, one of the tweeters wrote in his response to him: Sorry for teaching us who gave you a doctorate.

For its part, a Saudi tweet burned Al-Fawzan, and responded to his hallucinations in an objective manner that showed his ignorance.

And she said: “I made the comparison in order to deal with Mary, peace be upon him, and Aisha, may God be pleased with her, and the language of generalization should not.”

And she continued, explaining: “If we compare the status of women in Islam and Christianity, I find a difference in Christianity, but women are honored by honoring men and not because they deserve self-honor, in contrast to that in Islam.”

And one of the activists wrote: “Is it possible that you write this talk? Sometimes I see that some of those who are called are intellectuals who do not possess anything from the culture.”

And the singer continued in his comment: “The duty to respect religions, Mary, peace be upon her, among Christians, in a sacred position to the point of polytheism, 2- Aisha, may God be pleased with her, the wife of the Messenger, may God bless him and grant him peace, and the mother of the believers.

The activist attacked Al-Fawzan, saying: “A billion Muslims are satisfied every day with the Prophet, his family, his wives, and his pure companions.

He continued: “As for the Christians, they call women sin, and it is the cause of Adam’s departure from Heaven, and we saw their women roaming the streets. But love is blind. ”

Most of the tweeters went that the tweet of Saud Al-Fawzan was racist, and that he would cause sectarian strife if he continued on this approach.

Women in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has witnessed radical political and social changes, in the direction of lifting the restrictions imposed on women who have obstructed them. Without her participation in public life.

These changes began within the Saudi Crown Prince’s Vision 2030, which stipulated that government decisions “will continue to develop women’s talents and invest their energies. And enabling them to obtain appropriate opportunities to build their future and contribute to the development of their society and the economy of their country.

Saudi women experienced in a short period of time many reforms that had a major role in activating their empowerment, starting with the lifting of the imposed ban. On women driving cars, allowing them to enter football stadiums, and assuming high positions in the country to make their mark on building their modern society. According to a report published by the Independent Arabic site.

Those transformations that Saudi women have witnessed and that have fallen under the plans of the Saudi government seemed bold and ambitious and paralleled the rise of indicators. Empowering Saudi women internationally and generalizing their participation in all aspects of life to achieve balance in society.

However, Saudi Arabia is facing criticism from some international human rights organizations, including Amnesty International and “Human Rights Watch”, due to the conditions of women and the imprisonment of a number of activists, and these organizations consider that the rights granted to women are not sufficient.

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