The Guardian stated that "police appeared to be under orders not to intervene" during women's drives on 17 June. According to Human Rights Watch, several of the women were lashed and given electric shocks, one was "made to hang for long periods of time from the ceiling" and one tried several times to commit suicide. A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette. In June-July of , a Gallup poll found that the majority of Saudi men and women thought that women should be allowed to drive. On 6 November , 47 Saudi women in Riyadh drove their cars in protest against the driving ban. On 23 May, another woman was detained for driving a car. Archived from the original on 7 February
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