Apple and Google allow ‘women-tracking’ app for Saudi men to track their wives

Apple and Google allow ‘women-tracking’ app for Saudi men to track their wives

[Ed. – The liberal response: crickets chirping]

In another shocking example of Silicon Valley Sharia, Google and Apple have allowed for an app that lets Saudi Arabian men track their wives, to be featured and downloaded in the app store.

iTunes and Google Play stores are now hosting an app called Absher, which was initiated by the Saudi Arabian government to prevent women from leaving the country.

As an app, Absher allows men in Saudi Arabia the opportunity to track and control where women travel, as it is Saudi law that every single woman must have a male “guardian” i.e a husband, father, or brother when she travels or goes out in public. Women are not allowed to travel alone in Saudi Arabia and many other Muslim countries because in Islam, under Sharia Law, women are dictated to have less rights than men.

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Since its arrival in the iTunes and Google Play stores, Absher has been downloaded more than one million times!

Absher is not the only pro-Sharia law app to be supported by American big tech companies.

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