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The usual reason given for banning them is that they allow for men and women to mingle unsupervised, leading to possible immoral actions outside the realm of marriage.
For this reason, many Saudis who live close to the island nation of Bahrain drive over there on weekends to watch movies and drink, since alcohol is also prohibited in Saudi Arabia.
In Saudi Arabia there are no specific statutes or laws to govern by.
The sole constitution that is used is the Quran, which all judges have to interpret conservatively.
Banned: Music classes in public schools Music is legal in Saudi Arabia and there is an active music industry.
However, there are no formal schools to teach music.
All of this is in an effort to prevent non-Muslims from sharing their ideas with Muslims and possibly converting them.
Banned: Women working in certain jobs Women are not allowed to do most of the jobs that men can do in Saudi Arabia.
This is especially true mainly for Saudi men, while many non-Saudi men (especially Western expats) are allowed in with no problems most of the time.As for restaurants, there are typically two sections: one for families and one for singles, according to the same designation as mentioned before.In a mall Mc Donald’s for example, there would be two separate lines for men and women.Banned: Other religions It is against the law for non-Muslims to worship in public in Saudi Arabia and there are no houses of worship to cater to non-Muslims.The main reason, yet again, is because the two holy mosques are located in the country and that is would be blasphemous for churches or other places of worship to exist there.
Islamic classes have lessons outwardly proclaiming that music is forbidden.