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She was a US diplomat/spy who married a Saudi and lived in Riyadh for several years before both were stricken with cancer.
Carol wrote carefully and knowingly about living in Saudi Arabia as a Western white woman and brought her experiences of living in India and Pakistan to bear as well.
The law is mostly unwritten, leaving judges with significant discretionary power which they usually exercise in favor of tribal traditions.
The variation of interpretation often leads to controversy.
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From my experience there are a lot of bad Arab guys and a lot of good ones , so don't go generalizing , if you do find one , you'll have to prepare for the following : In the end dating an Arab guy is only interesting if the person you're with is Arabic culture is very rich with many beautiful things (like we have 7 different words for different degrees of love! )but being with a man isn't affected very much by his background culture , only through the way that man has responded to that background and the way he chose to grow himself mentally and emotionally will decide your experience with him.
It was written by Carol Fleming, who died yesterday.
The system means women in the deeply conservative Islamic kingdom are unable to obtain a passport or travel abroad without the consent of either their husband, father or other male relative."We all have to live in the borders of the boxes our dads or husbands draw for us," Zahra, 25, told Human Rights Watch.