Saudi King Abdullah has appointed a woman to the council of ministers for the first time as part of a Cabinet reshuffle, the Saudi state-run Channel One reported Saturday. Noor Al-Fayez will serve in the new position of deputy minister for women's education in the Saudi Council of Ministers. Good news, more needed. Now maybe they could reconsider the "Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice?"
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