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Saudi restaurants usually separate men and women, and this Starbucks was ‘forced’ to ban women after its gender wall collapsed

Is Starbucks to blame, or should we point fingers at Saudi Arabia?

A photo of a Starbucks in Saudi Arabia has sparked debate and controversy amongst feminists and human rights activists everywhere. Thank you!” Twitter user Manar M claims she experienced the gender segregation in a Starbucks in Riyadh.

Starbucks has, in turn, received angry complaints and threats of boycott. However, the international coffee chain may not be to blame in this instance. Saudi laws and local custom indicate that not only are women prohibited from driving, but restaurant chains have been forced to separate men and women using a physical partition. At this Starbucks, according to the BBC, the “gender separator” had collapsed, forcing the coffee shop to temporarily ban women from entering the shop, for fear of breaking local laws and customs.

"We have worked with local authorities to obtain approval to refurbish one of our stores in Jarir, which was originally built without a gender wall," a Starbucks rep told CNN. "That meant it could only accommodate men in accordance with local law. This was the only such Starbucks store in Saudi Arabia. During construction, the store could only accommodate and serve single men, and a poster was placed at the store entrance as required by local law."

Such laws are enforced in Saudi Arabia by the religious police, the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice. As of this week, the store’s partition has been restored, and both men and women can now order lattes through separate entrances.


Thread: Pets Banned in saudi Arabia

You have to remember it is a Muslim country run by clerics and animals are considered filthy.
We run into the problem here all the time with taxi drivers, who are mostly Lebanese, if not all of them. and they don't want guide dogs in their cars.
When I go to the vet, I have to stipulate I have an animal in a carrier because it is not unusual for them to show up and refuse to take you, because only a portion of the drivers will accept you with a pet.

I have to add I get disgusted by those pet owners who won't clean up after their pets. Heck, ferret poops are smaller than a piece of licorice and I clean it up, when it happens. Usually my guys don't like to go outside, they often hit the box as soon as we get home.

Originally Posted by Beast Master Originally Posted by willyflyboy

Honestly though, why do we think it's weird that these countries ban pets? You've only got to look at the west, where supposedly people are pets lovers, to see how some pets are treated.

Is this a we are better than them mentality? If people don't like the way a country runs things, then don't go there. I mean in the UK you don't pay to receive calls, and here is a good one, if you have pay as you go and you run out of credit, you can still receive calls for free.

Here in Canada and the US on the other hand, that is not the case. Now have learnt to live with that. Here is another one, in the UK you don't renew your driver licence every 5yrs, here on the other hand, that is not the case.

On the flip side, you need a yearly licence to own a tv in the UK, on this side of the pond, you don't.


Thread: Pets Banned in saudi Arabia

You have to remember it is a Muslim country run by clerics and animals are considered filthy.
We run into the problem here all the time with taxi drivers, who are mostly Lebanese, if not all of them. and they don't want guide dogs in their cars.
When I go to the vet, I have to stipulate I have an animal in a carrier because it is not unusual for them to show up and refuse to take you, because only a portion of the drivers will accept you with a pet.

I have to add I get disgusted by those pet owners who won't clean up after their pets. Heck, ferret poops are smaller than a piece of licorice and I clean it up, when it happens. Usually my guys don't like to go outside, they often hit the box as soon as we get home.

Originally Posted by Beast Master Originally Posted by willyflyboy

Honestly though, why do we think it's weird that these countries ban pets? You've only got to look at the west, where supposedly people are pets lovers, to see how some pets are treated.

Is this a we are better than them mentality? If people don't like the way a country runs things, then don't go there. I mean in the UK you don't pay to receive calls, and here is a good one, if you have pay as you go and you run out of credit, you can still receive calls for free.

Here in Canada and the US on the other hand, that is not the case. Now have learnt to live with that. Here is another one, in the UK you don't renew your driver licence every 5yrs, here on the other hand, that is not the case.

On the flip side, you need a yearly licence to own a tv in the UK, on this side of the pond, you don't.


Thread: Pets Banned in saudi Arabia

You have to remember it is a Muslim country run by clerics and animals are considered filthy.
We run into the problem here all the time with taxi drivers, who are mostly Lebanese, if not all of them. and they don't want guide dogs in their cars.
When I go to the vet, I have to stipulate I have an animal in a carrier because it is not unusual for them to show up and refuse to take you, because only a portion of the drivers will accept you with a pet.

I have to add I get disgusted by those pet owners who won't clean up after their pets. Heck, ferret poops are smaller than a piece of licorice and I clean it up, when it happens. Usually my guys don't like to go outside, they often hit the box as soon as we get home.

Originally Posted by Beast Master Originally Posted by willyflyboy

Honestly though, why do we think it's weird that these countries ban pets? You've only got to look at the west, where supposedly people are pets lovers, to see how some pets are treated.

Is this a we are better than them mentality? If people don't like the way a country runs things, then don't go there. I mean in the UK you don't pay to receive calls, and here is a good one, if you have pay as you go and you run out of credit, you can still receive calls for free.

Here in Canada and the US on the other hand, that is not the case. Now have learnt to live with that. Here is another one, in the UK you don't renew your driver licence every 5yrs, here on the other hand, that is not the case.

On the flip side, you need a yearly licence to own a tv in the UK, on this side of the pond, you don't.


Thread: Pets Banned in saudi Arabia

You have to remember it is a Muslim country run by clerics and animals are considered filthy.
We run into the problem here all the time with taxi drivers, who are mostly Lebanese, if not all of them. and they don't want guide dogs in their cars.
When I go to the vet, I have to stipulate I have an animal in a carrier because it is not unusual for them to show up and refuse to take you, because only a portion of the drivers will accept you with a pet.

I have to add I get disgusted by those pet owners who won't clean up after their pets. Heck, ferret poops are smaller than a piece of licorice and I clean it up, when it happens. Usually my guys don't like to go outside, they often hit the box as soon as we get home.

Originally Posted by Beast Master Originally Posted by willyflyboy

Honestly though, why do we think it's weird that these countries ban pets? You've only got to look at the west, where supposedly people are pets lovers, to see how some pets are treated.

Is this a we are better than them mentality? If people don't like the way a country runs things, then don't go there. I mean in the UK you don't pay to receive calls, and here is a good one, if you have pay as you go and you run out of credit, you can still receive calls for free.

Here in Canada and the US on the other hand, that is not the case. Now have learnt to live with that. Here is another one, in the UK you don't renew your driver licence every 5yrs, here on the other hand, that is not the case.

On the flip side, you need a yearly licence to own a tv in the UK, on this side of the pond, you don't.


Thread: Pets Banned in saudi Arabia

You have to remember it is a Muslim country run by clerics and animals are considered filthy.
We run into the problem here all the time with taxi drivers, who are mostly Lebanese, if not all of them. and they don't want guide dogs in their cars.
When I go to the vet, I have to stipulate I have an animal in a carrier because it is not unusual for them to show up and refuse to take you, because only a portion of the drivers will accept you with a pet.

I have to add I get disgusted by those pet owners who won't clean up after their pets. Heck, ferret poops are smaller than a piece of licorice and I clean it up, when it happens. Usually my guys don't like to go outside, they often hit the box as soon as we get home.

Originally Posted by Beast Master Originally Posted by willyflyboy

Honestly though, why do we think it's weird that these countries ban pets? You've only got to look at the west, where supposedly people are pets lovers, to see how some pets are treated.

Is this a we are better than them mentality? If people don't like the way a country runs things, then don't go there. I mean in the UK you don't pay to receive calls, and here is a good one, if you have pay as you go and you run out of credit, you can still receive calls for free.

Here in Canada and the US on the other hand, that is not the case. Now have learnt to live with that. Here is another one, in the UK you don't renew your driver licence every 5yrs, here on the other hand, that is not the case.

On the flip side, you need a yearly licence to own a tv in the UK, on this side of the pond, you don't.


Thread: Pets Banned in saudi Arabia

You have to remember it is a Muslim country run by clerics and animals are considered filthy.
We run into the problem here all the time with taxi drivers, who are mostly Lebanese, if not all of them. and they don't want guide dogs in their cars.
When I go to the vet, I have to stipulate I have an animal in a carrier because it is not unusual for them to show up and refuse to take you, because only a portion of the drivers will accept you with a pet.

I have to add I get disgusted by those pet owners who won't clean up after their pets. Heck, ferret poops are smaller than a piece of licorice and I clean it up, when it happens. Usually my guys don't like to go outside, they often hit the box as soon as we get home.

Originally Posted by Beast Master Originally Posted by willyflyboy

Honestly though, why do we think it's weird that these countries ban pets? You've only got to look at the west, where supposedly people are pets lovers, to see how some pets are treated.

Is this a we are better than them mentality? If people don't like the way a country runs things, then don't go there. I mean in the UK you don't pay to receive calls, and here is a good one, if you have pay as you go and you run out of credit, you can still receive calls for free.

Here in Canada and the US on the other hand, that is not the case. Now have learnt to live with that. Here is another one, in the UK you don't renew your driver licence every 5yrs, here on the other hand, that is not the case.

On the flip side, you need a yearly licence to own a tv in the UK, on this side of the pond, you don't.


Thread: Pets Banned in saudi Arabia

You have to remember it is a Muslim country run by clerics and animals are considered filthy.
We run into the problem here all the time with taxi drivers, who are mostly Lebanese, if not all of them. and they don't want guide dogs in their cars.
When I go to the vet, I have to stipulate I have an animal in a carrier because it is not unusual for them to show up and refuse to take you, because only a portion of the drivers will accept you with a pet.

I have to add I get disgusted by those pet owners who won't clean up after their pets. Heck, ferret poops are smaller than a piece of licorice and I clean it up, when it happens. Usually my guys don't like to go outside, they often hit the box as soon as we get home.

Originally Posted by Beast Master Originally Posted by willyflyboy

Honestly though, why do we think it's weird that these countries ban pets? You've only got to look at the west, where supposedly people are pets lovers, to see how some pets are treated.

Is this a we are better than them mentality? If people don't like the way a country runs things, then don't go there. I mean in the UK you don't pay to receive calls, and here is a good one, if you have pay as you go and you run out of credit, you can still receive calls for free.

Here in Canada and the US on the other hand, that is not the case. Now have learnt to live with that. Here is another one, in the UK you don't renew your driver licence every 5yrs, here on the other hand, that is not the case.

On the flip side, you need a yearly licence to own a tv in the UK, on this side of the pond, you don't.


Thread: Pets Banned in saudi Arabia

You have to remember it is a Muslim country run by clerics and animals are considered filthy.
We run into the problem here all the time with taxi drivers, who are mostly Lebanese, if not all of them. and they don't want guide dogs in their cars.
When I go to the vet, I have to stipulate I have an animal in a carrier because it is not unusual for them to show up and refuse to take you, because only a portion of the drivers will accept you with a pet.

I have to add I get disgusted by those pet owners who won't clean up after their pets. Heck, ferret poops are smaller than a piece of licorice and I clean it up, when it happens. Usually my guys don't like to go outside, they often hit the box as soon as we get home.

Originally Posted by Beast Master Originally Posted by willyflyboy

Honestly though, why do we think it's weird that these countries ban pets? You've only got to look at the west, where supposedly people are pets lovers, to see how some pets are treated.

Is this a we are better than them mentality? If people don't like the way a country runs things, then don't go there. I mean in the UK you don't pay to receive calls, and here is a good one, if you have pay as you go and you run out of credit, you can still receive calls for free.

Here in Canada and the US on the other hand, that is not the case. Now have learnt to live with that. Here is another one, in the UK you don't renew your driver licence every 5yrs, here on the other hand, that is not the case.

On the flip side, you need a yearly licence to own a tv in the UK, on this side of the pond, you don't.


Thread: Pets Banned in saudi Arabia

You have to remember it is a Muslim country run by clerics and animals are considered filthy.
We run into the problem here all the time with taxi drivers, who are mostly Lebanese, if not all of them. and they don't want guide dogs in their cars.
When I go to the vet, I have to stipulate I have an animal in a carrier because it is not unusual for them to show up and refuse to take you, because only a portion of the drivers will accept you with a pet.

I have to add I get disgusted by those pet owners who won't clean up after their pets. Heck, ferret poops are smaller than a piece of licorice and I clean it up, when it happens. Usually my guys don't like to go outside, they often hit the box as soon as we get home.

Originally Posted by Beast Master Originally Posted by willyflyboy

Honestly though, why do we think it's weird that these countries ban pets? You've only got to look at the west, where supposedly people are pets lovers, to see how some pets are treated.

Is this a we are better than them mentality? If people don't like the way a country runs things, then don't go there. I mean in the UK you don't pay to receive calls, and here is a good one, if you have pay as you go and you run out of credit, you can still receive calls for free.

Here in Canada and the US on the other hand, that is not the case. Now have learnt to live with that. Here is another one, in the UK you don't renew your driver licence every 5yrs, here on the other hand, that is not the case.

On the flip side, you need a yearly licence to own a tv in the UK, on this side of the pond, you don't.


Thread: Pets Banned in saudi Arabia

You have to remember it is a Muslim country run by clerics and animals are considered filthy.
We run into the problem here all the time with taxi drivers, who are mostly Lebanese, if not all of them. and they don't want guide dogs in their cars.
When I go to the vet, I have to stipulate I have an animal in a carrier because it is not unusual for them to show up and refuse to take you, because only a portion of the drivers will accept you with a pet.

I have to add I get disgusted by those pet owners who won't clean up after their pets. Heck, ferret poops are smaller than a piece of licorice and I clean it up, when it happens. Usually my guys don't like to go outside, they often hit the box as soon as we get home.

Originally Posted by Beast Master Originally Posted by willyflyboy

Honestly though, why do we think it's weird that these countries ban pets? You've only got to look at the west, where supposedly people are pets lovers, to see how some pets are treated.

Is this a we are better than them mentality? If people don't like the way a country runs things, then don't go there. I mean in the UK you don't pay to receive calls, and here is a good one, if you have pay as you go and you run out of credit, you can still receive calls for free.

Here in Canada and the US on the other hand, that is not the case. Now have learnt to live with that. Here is another one, in the UK you don't renew your driver licence every 5yrs, here on the other hand, that is not the case.

On the flip side, you need a yearly licence to own a tv in the UK, on this side of the pond, you don't.


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