Islamic researcher Hussein Al-Nu'ami said that women should not be allowed to drive because they are "subject to menstruation and pregnancy" and "internal psychological factors", which "prevent women from coping with pressure." Al-Nu'ami claimed that the rates of rape, fornication, and divorce were higher in societies in which women drove. His argument was countered by Saudi journalist Daham Al-'Anzi, who asked him: "If a woman commits an act of depravity, what's that got to do with driving?" The debate was broadcast on the Saudi Selah TV channel and posted on the Internet on September 26, 2014.He has no problem with a woman driving in some remote area where she has no contact with anyone, however.
He admits there's a problem with some men harassing women, so rather than address that issue, women should just stay home, because some Muslim men have no control over their libido.
Video courtesy of MEMRI here.