The window-dressing is on the march again in Saudia - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ben Ze'ev
    • 12.01.13 | 00:12 (IST)

    Saudia has indeed progressed, from the end of the 7th century to the beginning of the 8th. Just think, the 30 advisors, if they all "advised" the same way, would have the influence of maybe one half-witted man...I wonder do these new "advisors" have to have their "guardians" with them in the council chambers, and if they can even see anything beyond "straight ahead Just think, if they were allowed to drive, with their burka indiced tunnel vision there would be a huge increase in accidents. Another horrible thought, just imagine the chaos if one of them left a lipstick in the bathroom......

    from the article: Saudi king appoints women to fifth of seats in formerly all-male advisory council
    First published 15:34 11.01.13 | Last updated 15:34 11.01.13
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