In Saudi Arabia specific implications such as political, economical, and social are all intertwined in an interesting way. From a political stance they have turned their extremist interpretation of Islam into a legal legislation. This is where the unjust rules and regulation for women are rooted. The Quran promotes much more equality for men and women, for example a verse states, “A woman is also a daughter and a sister and like her male brother is born of the same lineage and from the same womb” (Al-Mannai p. 83, Quran Explorer). The book presents women as equals to men, and if the nation were to truly follow this holy scripture, the discrimination against women would diminish. The sharia law is unjust and inaccurate with its rule, this law is composed of quotes from the Quran that has been taken out of context, and therefore the meaning has changed.