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Saudi women with ‘tempting’ eyes may be forced to cover them Jump to Last Post 1 15 of 15 discussions (56 posts)A proposal to enshrine the measure in law has been tabled, Daily Mail reported Saturday quoting Sheikh Motlab al Nabet, spokesperson for Saudi Arabia’s Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice.Women in Saudi Arabia already have to wear a long black cloak, called an abaya, cover their hair and, in some regions, conceal their faces while in public.If they do not, they face punishment including fines and public floggings.The proposal was made after a member of the committee was attracted by a woman’s eyes as he walked along a street, provoking a fight, one report on the Bikya Masr news website suggested.The woman was walking with her husband who ended up being stabbed twice in the hand after the altercation.The virtue and vice committee has repeatedly been accused of human rights violations. Founded in 1940, its function is to ensure that Islamic laws are not broken in public in Saudi Arabia.In 2002, the committee refused to allow female students out of a burning school in the holy city of Mecca because they were not wearing correct head cover. The decision is thought to have contributed to the high death toll of 15.LeanManposted 8 years agoCovering the eyes will never be passed as a law the religious police have been slowly losing all their power over the last few years and many women now openly show their hair, especially outside Riyadh.You will now see many Saudi women who refuse to cover their faces and hair and will even leave their Abaya unbuttoned to reveal designer clothes underneath, especially in more open cities like Jeddah or Al Khobar.The religious police are totally unable to enforce the current rules so they would certainly be unable to take a step further backwards with this proposed law when women are being given the vote and are actively campaigning and winning ground to be able to drive.Just one little story to add before I retire for the evening.I was in a Saudi dept store with my wife and I just happened to spot a beautiful looking Saudi woman her Abaya was cut to show off her figure, her gold shone beautifully and her eyes were stunning, even from about 20 feet away.My wife said to me to go closer and check her out with a wicked look in her eyes too.