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What Kristof is saying is therefore true: “Discrimination will take time to overcome” (Kristof 177). Moreover, discrimination is actually deeply-ingrained in the society and in the individual himself or herself. The problem is that usually when something is deeply ingrained, we begin to think that it is a part of us and that it must be there or that it must exist. What we do not realize is that just because we have got used to the existence of something does not necessarily mean that it must exist. This is a problem not only of women in Saudis who got used to the lack of freedom but of all people who are used to poverty, pain, corruption and everything bad. Unless, people truly realize deep down that they must be free, rich, or deserving of happiness, then they can never be these things.
Nicholas D. Kristof’s “Saudis in Bikinis” has then come up with the solution in one statement: “If Saudi women want to wear a tent, if they don’t want to drive, then that’s fine. But why not give them a choice?” (Kristof 177). Sometimes, in order to dispel the ignorance, those who realize it must be there to give options, choices or alternatives. This article is therefore a message to the government and to everyone to help each other realize the freedom, happiness and good life that they truly
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