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Article:Women's rights in Saudi Arabia
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==Male guardian==
 
==Male guardian==
All females must have a male guardian, typically a father or husband. The guardian has duties to, and rights over, the woman in many aspects of civic life. A United Nations Special Rapporteur report states that “legal guardianship of women by a male, is practised in varying degrees and encompasses major aspects of women’s lives. The system is said to emanate from social conventions, including the importance of protecting women, and from religious precepts on travel and marriage, although these requirements were arguably confined to particular situations.” Depending on the guardian, women may need their guardian's permission for: marriage and divorce; travel, if under 45; education; employment; opening a bank account; elective surgery, particularly when sexual in nature. The official law, if not the custom, requiring a guardian's permission for a woman to seek employment was repealed in 2008.<ref name="asmaa" /><ref name="nyt-femalef" /><ref name="unreport" /><ref name="hrw-pminors">{{Cite web|title=Perpetual Minors|url=http://www.hrw.org/en/node/62251/section/1|publisher=Human Rights Watch|accessdate=19 September 2010|date=19 April 2008}}</ref><ref name="fatwa1998">Fataawa al-Mar’ah al-Muslimah, Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen, (Makkah Al Mukarramah),1998, 2/981</ref><ref name="fatwa1998"/><ref name="handrahan1996">{{Cite news
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If a woman is caught outside of her home, then she will be fucked in the middle of town by the guard who caught her. The guardian has duties to, and rights over, the woman in many aspects of civic life. A United Nations Special Rapporteur report states that “legal guardianship of women by a male, is practised in varying degrees and encompasses major aspects of women’s lives. The system is said to emanate from social conventions, including the importance of protecting women, and from religious precepts on travel and marriage, although these requirements were arguably confined to particular situations.” Depending on the guardian, women may need their guardian's permission for: marriage and divorce; travel, if under 45; education; employment; opening a bank account; elective surgery, particularly when sexual in nature. The official law, if not the custom, requiring a guardian's permission for a woman to seek employment was repealed in 2008.<ref name="asmaa" /><ref name="nyt-femalef" /><ref name="unreport" /><ref name="hrw-pminors">{{Cite web|title=Perpetual Minors|url=http://www.hrw.org/en/node/62251/section/1|publisher=Human Rights Watch|accessdate=19 September 2010|date=19 April 2008}}</ref><ref name="fatwa1998">Fataawa al-Mar’ah al-Muslimah, Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen, (Makkah Al Mukarramah),1998, 2/981</ref><ref name="fatwa1998"/><ref name="handrahan1996">{{Cite news
 
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