Google, Apple APPROVE Saudi app that tracks women as slaves owned by their husbands, but bans independent media apps for being “offensive”

A digital tracking app that allows Muslim males who live in Saudi Arabia to keep track of their female “property” in real time is reportedly approved and available for download in both Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store – even as independent media outlets like Infowars and even Natural News that challenge mainstream narratives remain banned for their supposedly “offensive” content.

Known as “Absher,” the Sharia Law tool apparently functions like a homing device for Muslim men to keep 24/7 tabs on Muslim women, ensuring that they don’t try to flee their enslavement. Should a Muslim woman attempt to escape from her Muslim prison, Absher allows the male “guardians” in her life, whether they be husbands, brothers, or other male kin, to quickly track them down and retrieve them.

Insider inadvertently spilled the beans about Absher’s presence within the two major tech giants’ app stores, telling the story of one Saudi Arabian woman whose careful and creative planning allowed her to subvert its “features” in order to escape her oppression. Unlike others who have tried, but failed, resulting in their being beaten – or worse – the woman in question was able to get out of Saudi Arabia and make a new home in Sweden.

But unfortunately for many others, Absher has allowed countless Muslim male guardians to track down their potential female escapees and bring them back “home” – and they have Apple and Google to thank for making this system of total female enslavement possible within the world’s most oppressive Islamic regime, a.k.a. Saudi Arabia.

“Absher has multiple meanings in Arabic, including ‘your request is granted,’ ‘good tidings,’ or ‘at your service,” explains Bill Bostock from Insider. “It is the state-run e-service that contains an online expression of Saudi Arabia’s restrictive male-guardianship laws.”

“The Absher system – little-discussed in Western media – contains a log of women in Saudi Arabia and the means to bar them from travel or catch them trying to leave without permission.”

Apple and Google support female enslavement in Saudi Arabia, but oppose your freedom to access non-state-run news and information here in the United States

Included in Bostock’s article about Absher is a screenshot of the login page for the Apple iOS Absher app, which naturally functions in Arabic as the default language. The screenshot depicts a prompt asking for a male guardian’s government identification and password, which grants instant access to a 24/7 Big Brother monitoring platform for watching the every move of their Muslim female property.

“Saudi men can … use this site to specify when and where women are allowed to fly out of the country and grant or revoke travel permission with a few clicks, rendering specific airports or destinations off-limits,” Bostock explains.

“Men can also enable an automatic SMS feature, which texts them when a woman uses her passport at a border crossing or airport check-in.”

It’s important to keep in mind that, because of Absher’s adoption by both Apple and Google, it’s now easier than ever for Muslim men in Saudi Arabia to justify beating, and in some cases murdering, Muslim women who dare to try to escape its ever-reaching clutches. In other words, Apple and Google support the murder of Muslim women who refuse to abide by the oppressive mandates of Sharia Law.

“The alert system is one of the main reasons women trying to flee Saudi Arabia get caught, because it tips their guardians off while they can still be apprehended,” Bostock reveals, quoting a Saudi refugee who was successfully able to sidestep the system and attain freedom in Germany.

“The authorities are using technology to monitor women,” adds Saudi author and journalist Badriya al-Bishr, as quoted in Bostock’s article. “This is technology used to serve backwardness in order to keep women imprisoned.”

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