An online campaign for women to have the right to drive in Saudi Arabia has attracted more than 11,000 signatures in support.
The campaign has set 26 October as a day for Saudi women to take to the roads - in defiance of an informal ban on women behind the wheel.
The BBC reports several videos of women driving have been posted on the campaign's website. There is even a song linked to the campaign entitled It's Our Right to Drive.
The website says the Saudi government must provide a valid and legal justification if it continues to deny women the right to drive. It urges that appropriate means be provided for women to apply for permits and licences.