Taslima Nasrin criticizes Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman of Saudi Arabia Several steps of Salman have been discussed globally as the primary step of women’s independence in the conservative country. After the murder of journalist Khashogi, the Saudi prince has been facing severe criticism. In view of this, how does Taslima see his reforms?
The renowned feminist writer, exiled from Bangladesh, on her own verified Facebook page wrote, “Muhammad bin Salman thought that he did not believe in equality of women but basically believe in some rights. I thought I would change a little anti-women society. He said, ‘Islam is obliged to wear a burqa, if anyone wishes to wear it, do not wear it’. That’s the name, the smell does not change the name. ‘
Another journalist, who criticized him, was trapped in the Turkish embassy by snatching the journalist’s body and squeezing the acid into the liquid and then poured it into the sewage. Bin Salman literally wiped out the Saudi journalist named Khasogi. How big a brutal can be by entering the embassy in such a way that people can kill someone. Whoever does not believe in human rights or the right to express human opinion, he will make a horse for women. ‘
‘Many people of Saudi women are not getting the right to wear a burqa, because they are reversing the burqa. Reverse burqa’s can be really protested? Who has come to his own burqa itself in the opposite! Do not touch anyone. The protest would have been better, if the burqa’s did not go out on the street. Not one, if thousands of girls did not wear a burqa. Will you arrest? How many people? Thousands? Do not do that. ‘