Argument Essay Outline
a. Hook: Women make up one half of society. Our society will remain backward and in chains unless its women are liberated, enlightened, and educated
b. Background Information: women play important role in the family, men in Saudi Arabia consider women as a second sort.
c. Opposing Position: Men in Saudi Arabia believe women should enjoy their lives and follow religious customs
d. Thesis Statement: women in Saudi Arabia are deprived many rights, such as driving and social restrictions, as well as negative economical and psychological effects
II. First Support Point
a. Topic Sentence: Even though women in Saudi Arabia have an important role in society, they aren’t allowed to drive, travel, and work without permission of a male related to them such as father, husband, brother, or son.
b. Evidence: (“Amnesty International Report”). (“Twelve Things Women in Saudi Arabia Can’t do”).
c. Explanation: Women aren’t allowed to drive; if they do they will be arrested, also Women can’t go anywhere whenever they want to do something even if it is important to them. They can’t visit their friends, relatives, and can’t go shopping. The problem prevailing in the Middle East and Saudi Arabia in particular, is the “macho” society forcing women to go to males for every decision in their lives, even though most women do not want this.
d. Counter Claim: these rules is due to a religious laws where women are not able to handle anything
e. Rebuttal: men in Saudi Arabia are using Islam as a way to justify their beliefs and unjust habits towards women.
III. Second Support Point
a. Topic Sentence: Women’s lives also, are being badly affected mentally, economically, socially, and physically.
b. Evidence: (“The Limitation of Women’s Rights in Saudi Arabia”), (“Saudi Arabia’s oppression of women goes way beyond its ban on driving”).
c. Explanation: As we see above, women in Saudi Arabia are deprived of many...
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