Detained Saudi women’s rights activists brought to court

Detained Saudi women’s rights activists brought to court

Around 10 Saudi Arabian women rights activists stood trial on Wednesday for the first time since a group of them were detained last year. The case has intensified scrutiny of the kingdom’s human rights record after the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Loujain al-Hathloul, Aziza al-Yousef, Eman al-Nafjan and Hatoon Al-Fassi are among the women.

Timothy
Timothy
Ubercheese
Ubercheese 1 year

Respect to these women. These are the real oppressed women. The silence from western feminists is astonishing.

Scruffy Stoat
Scruffy Stoat 1 year

Saudi Arabia has a beautiful culture that respects individual rights and deserves millions in advanced American weaponry. Oops, I meant to say they're wahhabist rats that should only get our bombs if they're being dropped on them. Otherwise, they should be left to their own wahhabist rat devices.

Monster Mash
Monster Mash 1 year

Where are the Feminists? why aren't they beating down doors and screaming like banshees per usual. oh right it doesn't effect them my bad.

Hannibal
Hannibal 1 year

And the Europeans will wax self-righteous and do nothing.

Tin Ego
Tin Ego 1 year

And the mass protest from outraged women’s groups starts when? Feminists said nothing when Saudi was appointed to the UNs board that watches over woman’s rights so I guess not much from them is to be expected. It will be left to the right wing patriarchy to do all the shouting I suppose.

david dindu
david dindu 1 year

they forgot linda sarsour

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