Saudi Arabia: 87% of males blame women for sexual assault – Survey
Saudi survey shows men blame women for rising cases of molestation
Survey conducted by Riyadh-based King Abdul Aziz Centre for National Dialogue
The findings were included in a survey conducted by the Riyadh-based King Abdul Aziz Centre for National Dialogue and involved 992 males and females.
The survey, carried by Saudi newspapers, found that 86.5 per cent of the men polled believe that women’s exaggeration in wearing make-up is the main cause of the rise in molestation cases in public places in the conservative Gulf Kingdom.
About 80 per cent of the total persons polled believe lack of deterrent penalties and the absence of specific anti-molestation laws are also to blame for the phenomenon.
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