Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Saudi survey shows men blame women for rising cases of molestation

From Emirates 24/7 via The Religion of Peace.

Saudi survey shows men blame women for rising cases of molestation

Saudi men believe women are to blame for the rising cases involving molestation of females on the grounds they are seduced by women’s excessive make up.

The findings were included in a survey conducted by the Riyadh-based King Abdul Aziz Centre for National Dialogue and involved 992 males and females.

The survey, carried by Saudi newspapers, found that 86.5 per cent of the men polled believe that women’s exaggeration in wearing make-up is the main cause of the rise in molestation cases in public places in the conservative Gulf Kingdom.

About 80 per cent of the total persons polled believe lack of deterrent penalties and the absence of specific anti-molestation laws are also to blame for the phenomenon.

The report said 91 per cent of the respondents, all aged above 19, believe another key factor is the “poor religious sentiment” while nearly 75 per cent said the problem is caused by lack of awareness campaigns and warning notices at most public places.


The Duhnmharu said...

Laughable blame womens make up for molestation a euphemysm for rape. Are saudi men so soft in teh head merely looking at a woman with maskup , will cause them to lose all sense of right and wrong and rape or molest a woman.
If I put lipstick on a goat would they grab it and fuck it... ok a bad exmaple but you get teh idea. Since most women in Saudi wear face covering, this simply does not add up and is an excuse to justify rape and molestation. Seems Mohamed cant keep his zipper up, as he is so weak in teh head when he sees a woman. State sanctioned Rape is what this is, justified and sanctioned by this poll. I bet if the woman had a Rosco under the Burka these deviant motherfuckers would keep it zipped. Islam always justifying teh submission of women and teh violence of men

Vladimir Putin said...

In other news.....

Iraqi military cannot or will not hit Al-Qaeda targets in the open.

Take a cue from what we did in Alkhan Khala in 2000. You might learn a thing or two.