Parody of justice

This is Saudi Arabia where women have recently been allowed to drive cars, as part of the Crown Prince's social reforms, or "sweeping" social reforms as it's usually referred to inside the kingdom.

Yet, the radius of these reforms has been exaggerated. The shocking case of Abdulrahman al-Sadhan, a 37-year-old aid worker with the Red Crescent proves that the reforms in Saudi society hardly exceed window dressing.

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