Well, well. Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan, who believes driving could have a reverse physiological impact on women, has just given the explanation why so many Arab men are in need of a lobotomy.
In fact, completely new scientific research provided to us from Mecca tells that driving can affect the intelligence level and penis size on Muslim men. So, Saudi men should seriously consider a ban on all driving for men – and leave it up to the women.
In addition, sunshine has shown to have a severe damaging effect on Arabs, the men in particular, leading to possession of jinns. Therefore it is of the utmost sincere scientific and medical advice that Arab men must immediately cover themselves in a thick black cloak, the thicker the better, and make sure no skin can be seen at all. There should be severe punishment of Arab men who are not covered. Flogging and execution of slutty Arab men who display any skin is highly recommended.
Scientific genius whoms medical skills go beyond rhyme or reason; Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan. What job is it of Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan to study women’s ovaries and pelvises in the first place?
Saudi women with defective ovaries and pelvises, apparently.
Saudi Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan said driving “could have a reverse physiological impact” on women.
Saudi women seeking to challenge a de facto ban on driving should realize that this could affect their ovaries and pelvises, Sheikh Salah al-Luhaydan, also a psychologist, told Saudi news website sabq.org.
Driving “could have a reverse physiological impact. Physiological science and functional medicine studied this side [and found] that it automatically affects ovaries and rolls up the pelvis. This is why we find for women who continuously drive cars their children are born with clinical disorders of varying degrees,” Sheikh al-Luhaydan said.
Saudi female activists have launched an online campaign urging women to drive on Oct. 26.
More than 11,000 women have signed the oct26driving.com declaration that says: “Since there are no clear justifications for the state to ban adult, capable women from driving. We call for enabling women to have driving tests and for issuing licenses for those who pass.”
Sheikh al-Luhaydan urged these women to consider “the mind before the heart and emotion and look at this issue with a realistic eye.”
“The result of this is bad and they should wait and consider the negativities,” he said.
Al-Luhaydan’s statement drew immediate reaction on social media, with many Saudis ridiculing his “great scientific discoveries.” A Twitter hashtag “Women_driving_affects_ovaries_and_pelvises” was created and is going viral among Arab users.
Female twitter user @Shams_AlShmous sarcastically applauded the sheikh’s “exclusive scientific achievement.”
A female user with the name of Ms Jackson @B_B1ack tells everyone: “What’s your understanding of physiology, leave it to our Sheikh al-Luhaydan.
Another female @Mshaal80 asked whether al-Haydan “studied Shariah, medicine or foolishness.”
Not part of Sharia
The head of kingdom’s religious police said last week that the “Islamic sharia does not have a text forbidding women driving.”
Sheikh Abdulatif al-Sheikh stressed that since he was appointed as head of the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice religious police have not pursued or stopped a woman driving.