Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Defense announces women can join the army.

Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Defense announces women can join the army.


audi Arabia has allowed women to join all three parts of the army. The Saudi Arabian government has taken this big step according to the crown of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Riyadh, reputed for its staunch Islamic laws, has been announced by Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Defense that now women can also join the military. Saudi Arabia has permitted women to join the Army, Air Force, Navy, Medical Services, and Royal Strategic Missile Force, all three wings of the army. The Allowing of women to Saudi Arabia is considered a major step.

Now, women can apply to join the army said the Saudi Ministry of Defense. Women of Saudi Arabia are allowed to apply for the posts of soldier, lance hero, hero, sergeant and staff sergeant. Saudi Arabia is said to have been raised under the vision 2030 of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The Crown Prince is executing reforms to advance Saudi women in various fields. women in Saudi Arabia to join the army, must be between 21 and 40 years old. Their length should be 155 centimeters or above. Women should not be government employees. Women have to pass the admission process. There should be no criminal history of women and they should be medically fit.

Unlike women, the age of men wanting to join the army should be between 17 years to 40 years. The first time, government of Saudi Arabia announced this plan was in the year 2019. Let us tell you that while the Saudi government is claiming to give opportunities to women, the country's famous women rights activist who struggles to give women driving rights in the country, Loujain al-Hathloul jailed for 6 years Has been given.

Loujain was sentenced to nearly six years in prison on Monday under a law against terrorism. Since the last two-and-a-half years, Loujain al-Hathloul, who has voiced for women's rights in Saudi Arabia, has been in jail, which has been denounced by many right-wing groups and European Union lawmakers, including American lawmakers. Al-Hathlaul was one of the few Saudi women who elevated the demand to let women drive and remove the 'male guardianship law' which was an encroachment of women's right to freely move.