Saudi court resumes women activists’ trial

Saudi court resumes women activists’ trial

A Saudi court on Wednesday resumed the trial of prominent women activists facing charges related to their human rights work and contacts with foreign journalists and diplomats. The women include rights campaigner Loujain al-Hathloul, university professor Hatoon al-Fassi and blogger Eman al-Nafjan. Western diplomats and media were denied entry to the hearing.

Timothy
Timothy
ZK AY
ZK AY 1 year

Does anyone really still believe that Islam is a religion which is compatible with Western values?

AlexJ
AlexJ 1 year

Hey feminists, this is the patriarchy you are talking about. You should go and destroy it.

Kempenator
Kempenator 1 year

So this still stands?............ Saudi Arabia elected as new member to the Executive Board of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. Saudi Arabia looks forward to working alongside our fellow members starting in January 2019 6:52 AM - Apr 17, 2018

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