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Monday, May 22, 2017

Ivanka Trump Says Saudi Arabia visit is ‘amazing’ and ‘historic’

 Ivanka Trump, is in media flashes during her visit to Saudi Arabai with his father Donald Trump. She has called her visit to Saudi Arabia a  ‘amazing’ and ‘historic’. It clearly depicts that she is enjoying her father’s first tour and clearly participating in things happening around.

World Islamic conference in Riyadh would be a historical phenomenon specially when the President of USA would be attending it. Donald Trump is in Saudi Arabia with his wife Melania Trump, daughter Ivanka Trump, and  his favorite son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner.


But Ivanka during whole this visit is most notable personality and it seems she is doing well there in Saudia Arabis.  About her Saudia Arabia Visit she said, “We had an amazing and historic visit in Saudi Arabia. I am excited to continue our trip to Israel.”

Here it would be necessary to mention that the couple Jared Kushner and ivanka are practicing Orthodox Jews. Both sought special permission to visit Saudi Arabia. Ivanka is  a staunch supporter of women empowerment and she is looking for a new wave of freshness for women in Saudi Society. As Saudi Arabia is considered one of the most oppressed country for women in the world.

Ivanka on her twitter said that she has met leading Saudi women and in this direct interaction she came to know of their achievement, challenges and future plans for the future.

Ivanka trump also met a group of Saudi women. Indeed, she is pursuing her goal of women empowerment in Saudi Arabia. Where women do not have enough privileges to move freely. They have to keep a male guardian to fulfill their certain tasks in daily life. 

Neither Melania nor Ivanka Trump have worn headscarves and this was the main ticker in many news. But the real thing which created the stir was trump’s criticism when michel obama had not worn the headscarf during their visit to Saudi arabia.

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