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The only country in the world that women cannot drive is Saudi Arabia but woman now are asking their right to drive In fact it has been a long time that women asking their right to drive in Saudi Arabia but this time women have a faith and a huge confidence to reach their goal which is to push the government of Saudi Arabia down to erase this rule and allow them to drive Unfortunately there is another group ho is struggling against womens right to drive However I will offer more explanation and discuss the issue in the essay I am going to be analyzing the language that has been used to describe both sides wether people who agree and disagree if women should get the right to drive or notAs I mentioned above there are two sides in the conflict issue first a group of Saudis who are asking to erase this rule and allow women to drive depends on their need they say they need to drive because they are suffering when moving from place to place They think they will be more respectful if they get this rule eraseSecond a group of Saudis who are concerning of several issues such as to not lose their control of women They also believe that women will lose their womanhood by removing this ruleHonestly first side of people who disagree with womens right to drive are having a several concerns such as the traditional culture in Saudi Arabia could hurt women The other side of people who agree have their concerned which is they are getting trouble when they want to go somewhereWork citedReilly Jill No Woman No Drive Satirical Video Mocking Women Drivers in Saudi to the Tune of Bob Marley Classic Goes ViralMail Online Daily Mail 31 Oct 2013 Web 05 Nov 2013Burke KennethLanguage as Symbolic Action Essays on Life Literature and Method London University of California Prees 1966Oates Briony J
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