Saudi Muslim cleric: Women have “a quarter the brainpower of men”

Self-righteous Westerners who indulge in moral equivalences such as “discrimination against women isn’t unique to any one religion” would do well to educate themselves, or make their claims to the real victims of Islamic doctrine, which assigns an inferior status to women.

It also sanctions female genital mutilation and the rape of infidel women, both of which phenomena we see with distressing frequency today.

So now it emerges that “Sheikh Saad al-Hajari, the head of the government’s religious edict authority in the southern province of Assir,” recently addressed the “the evils of allowing women to drive.” It’s because they have “a quarter the brainpower of men,” he says. He goes to explain the “worth” of women in the Qur’an and Sunnah. (The constitution of Saudi Arabia is the Quran.)

Another leading Saudi cleric wanted to make sure that women stayed in line and warned that “women who drive cars could cause damage to their ovaries and pelvises and that they are at risk of having children born with clinical problems.”

“Saudi cleric says women have ‘a quarter of the intellect’ of men”, Alaraby, September 21, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

In Saudi Arabia, where women cannot drive, a senior state cleric has said women should not be allowed behind the wheel because they have “a quarter the brainpower of men”.

In Saudi Arabia, where women cannot drive, a senior state cleric has ruled women should not be allowed behind the wheel because they have “a quarter the brainpower of men”…

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