MALAK AL SHEHRI: BRAVE SAUDI WOMAN ARRESTED FOR NOT WEARING HIJAB IN PUBLIC – MAY GET HUNDREDS OF LASHES WHILE OTHERS CALL FOR BEHEADING
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A 21-year-old student from the city of Dammam who called herself Sara Ahmed for fear that her real name could put her in danger shared the tweet of a woman named Malak Al Shehri photographed wearing a dark blue coat, bright multicolored skirt and boots. Next to the picture, she included screenshots of three tweets by accounts calling for justice and even violence against Shehri. All three tweets included an Arabic hashtag that translates to “We demand the imprisonment of the rebel Angel Al Shehri.” The name Malak translates to “Angel” in Arabic.
PICTURE OF ‘DISOBEDIENT’ SAUDI WOMAN IN 21st CENTURY