Saudi Judge Refers Activist’s Case to Terror Court

Loujain al-Hathloul, the jail activitist who led the charge to permit women to drive in Saudi Arabia, has gone from rights activist to an alleged security threat.

Loujain al-Hathloul, the jailed activitist who led the charge to permit women to drive in Saudi Arabia, has gone from rights activist to an alleged security threat.

Loujain al-Hathloul was allegedly abused in prison, however Saudi authorities have denied these accusations made against them.

Even though several human rights groups called on world leaders to use the virtual G20 Summit in Riyadh to pressure and convinced the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to allow her release, Hathloul has only appeared before a judge only to discover that her case was being referred to a notorious terror court that human rights group describes as “intrinsically unfair.”

The evidence that local authorities has for the case has not been presented yet.


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