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Saudi activist Loujain al Hathloul offered release in return for denying torture

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  1. Dai Toruko

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    Prominent Saudi women’s rights activist Loujain al Hathloul has been offered a deal to secure her release from prison in exchange for a video statement denying reports she was tortured and sexually harassed in custody, her family said on Tuesday. Hathloul and several other activists were arrested in May 2018, during a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against human rights activists.
     
  2. ArabianEmpires&Caliphates

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    Should this Arabized and supposed "Turkish" troll (probably an Arab-obsessed Farsi false-flagger as most Arabs and Turks do not have any problems people to people at all), not worry about the public gay parades in Turkey, the legal prostitution (male and female), massive alcohol industry, tourists coming to Turkey for sex tourism (including from Arab countries), the state of the Kurdish-majority east where PKK posters and flags are paraded openly in places like Diyarbakir (Arabic origin name btw since once ruled by Arabs), the many political prisoners and journalists jailed by Erdogan etc.?

    Nobody gives a shit about those Western agents and feminazis claiming to have been raped 1000 times, tortured 1000 times yet appearing without any scratch.

    This woman is a severe attention ***** that nobody cares about other than some deluded liberalists and likewise feminazis.

    Those 3 Saudi girls below are great representatives of KSA and very representative.
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    When 1 Saudi Arabian girl claims asylum anywhere in the West it becomes front page news in the world. No other such country.:cheesy:

    Her family and friends already exposed this ***** below as well:



    and her made up claims.

    WTF Is that even?

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    :lol:

    Keep trolling and showing your one-way obsession.:lol:
     
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  3. CamelGuy

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    Rahaf, Malala, Nadia Murad the Yazidi. All of them add no value, all of them are women and play the female oppression feminist card to get western attention, **** them all.

    Keep oppressing them, allahu akbar!
     
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    It is a joke. I have not experienced this with any other country in the world other than KSA. When some Saudi Arabian women leaves abroad (millions leave each year for studies, tourism etc.) and makes a fuss (empty claims for the most part) over Twitter and what not it becomes front page news the world offer. Meanwhile honor killings and other practices (which are incredibly rare in KSA) across the world are hardly ever talked about. Have you ever heard news about some Iranian women escaping across the border to Turkey or Azerbaijan? Only KSA.

    Murderer beheaded (death penalty) in KSA becomes front page news in all British tabloids etc. Some Saudi "twitter activist" farting, it becomes massive news etc.

    Beyond a joke.

    The only one that cares are clueless Westerners who have zero clue about KSA. Sitting in some shithole in Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova etc. and thinking that women in KSA are living lives like in Somalia or Nigeria or that they are "heavily oppressed" while they are extremely pampered and the society (public space in particular) has been created to protect her and discriminates against single men in public, lol. Barely 15% of the work force, pampered etc. The young generation in particular is spoilt by large but also hard-working due to the political restrictions that were in place (a few issues are still in place but almost every stumbling block has been removed). So no excuses.
     
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    Trt no need to comment
     
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    Since Kashhoggi (their man in KSA) they have been barking about KSA 24/7. I don't know if the same is the case in Turkish media (state controlled or the few private remaining). Or it this TRT is government-controlled (most likely). It is funny because all the Arabic Twitter/social media Turkish government sides are putting another face (publicly) towards the Arab public. It is a bit dirty.

    Same with Erdogan. He will not directly speak against KSA in harsh words and continues to praise us for Hajj and other events and try to have cordial relations with us.

    I have always said this, the average Turk is close to Arabs and have adopted much of our culture, language, cuisine etc. (even after the changes under Ataturk) and not forget the Turkish Arabs and people to people relations. There is no wide scale problems here. Only from a few butthurt nationalists from both sides. Some nonsense about betrayal 100 years ago while forgetting the betrayal in 1517 when the Caliphate was taken from Arabs after almost 1000 years of rule. Back then it was fine, I guess.

    But I always laugh because most of the Ottomans (people, lands, culture, language, whole system, titles) was Arab in nature. So this is also part of SOME Arab countries history (not all) and our intellectuals and historians should wake up and not treat it as some foreign thing which it was not as we all had autonomy and where ruled by local Arab rulers. We were united.

    That is why there were never any Arab-Turkish wars in history other than 100 years ago or in Egypt (200 years ago) or in the Maghreb same time period.

    What Erdogan's policy makers don't understand, is that Arabs might be against some of our rulers, pro-MB, look favorable at Erdogan (more than say a Kemalist that most of us have nothing to do with) but trying to imitate Iran, Israel or West (US) will end badly and will be defeated by military force and every other form.

    Reginal countries should not forget who the "big boy" in the room is in terms of population, landmass, resources, military power, potential, history etc. We are weak (many Arab countries) today but that won't last forever.
     
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