Sunday, January 11, 2015

Saudi Arabia to Crack Down on Back Alley Childbirth

Saudi Arabia to crack down on unmarried women who have children:

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health is reportedly working to crackdown on women who have children out of wedlock by targeting those who assist them. 
Ministry officials would increase inspections of polyclinics known to accept women who pay between SR2,500-SR4,000 ($665-$1065) to have their babies delivered, Saudi Gazette reported, quoting Arabic daily Al Watan said.


Instead of assisting these ladies give birth, they crack down on them. Lovely.