Saudi Arabia: Panel of Scientists admits Women are Mammals, yet ‘Not Human’

Riyadh | In an unprecedented ruling, a panel of Saudi scientists has concluded that women are actually mammals, granting them the same rights as other mammal species such as camels, dromedaries and even goats.

The verdict, which fell just hours before the International Women’s Day, is considered “historic” by some experts and advocacy groups for women’s rights.

“It may seem too little, too late, but it is truly a milestone event for all women in the region,” explains Jane Austin, visibly excited.

“This is a great leap forward for women’s rights in Saudi Arabia”

– Jane Austin, Women’s Liberation Action Network

“From now on, women will be considered as members of the mammal class, whereas before women shared the legal status of an object, similar to that of a home appliance,” she admits.

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Jillian Birch, spokeswoman at Amnesty International, said she is optimistic about the future as women will no longer be considered as “soulless objects” but as fully fledged mammals

“Soulless objects”

The recent verdict could completely upset all laws currently enforced in Saudi Arabia believes Jillian Birch, a spokeswoman at Amnesty International.

“This verdict shows the incredible progress the women’s rights movement has made in the past 50 years,” she admitted in a press conference this morning. 

“Finally, women will no longer be simply considered as objects without souls, but as full-fledged mammals, with the same rights as other animals of their species such as camels and goats,” she said, visibly emotional.

“Women are still far from being considered 100% human, but their condition will improve drastically with this decision,” she firmly believes.

An unprecedented verdict

The verdict, which fell like a ton of bricks on the Saudi state, has clearly not found unanimous support amongst religious authorities and the political elite, concede experts.

“It could create significant turmoil in the current legal state of affairs and the judiciary system of Saudi Arabia,” says political analyst specialized in the Middle East, Anthony Bochstein.

“If women previously had the same rights as a chair or a table and were seen more as individual property, they now have an equivalent status to certain animal species, and thus must receive, at the very least, feeding, watering and be conferred a minimum of attention and respect, which was not the case previously,” he explains.

According to the expert panel that ruled on the matter, women are still devoid of a soul but have been shown to possess qualities common to the mammal species, which would explain their ability to procreate and breastfeed, as well as why they are equipped with seven cervical vertebrae, a characteristic unique to the mammal species.

5 Comments on "Saudi Arabia: Panel of Scientists admits Women are Mammals, yet ‘Not Human’"

  1. It is so sad to think that in this modern, enlightened day and age that there are women who would be happy to be considered the equivalent of a piece of livestock. It is because of things like this that people of the free world need to advocate more for atrocities like child marriage to end. We need to remember that there are still places in this world where women and girls have no rights and are considered little more that property. Make your voices heard so that they understand that women are people too.

  2. How can you call yourself a man of science and come up with such an idiotic statement?

  3. Hey you all arabic man…don’t forget you was born from a woman..that’s you say mammals

  4. Chander mohan | June 11, 2017 at 6:53 pm | Reply

    One saying in India,”Moorakh ko samjhai ke akal gaanth se jaiey.”It’s not only my comment will go wasted but my own wisdom will also start evaporating.”

  5. The USA is headed in this direction. Remember we’ve lost many important rights.The USA in its idiocy is going backwards while Saudi Arabia moves forward from its idiocy though it’s still locked in onw idiocy.

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