Saudi woman gets 150 whip lashes for driving


This video says about itself:

28 September 2011

(CNN) A Saudi woman found guilty of driving a car is sentenced to flogging. Rima al-Mukhatar reports.

Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:

Whip lashes for woman for driving

Friday 25 April 2014, 16:41 (Update: 25-04-14, 17:07)

A woman in Saudi Arabia has been sentenced to 150 whip lashes and nine months in prison because she was driving a car. The Islamic country is the only country in the world where women cannot drive.

Although it is forbidden for women to drive, they still regularly get behind the wheel. As protests, they make videos and put them on social media like Facebook.

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64 thoughts on “Saudi woman gets 150 whip lashes for driving

  1. Britain supports this regime, one can always rely on British Establishment to support repressive regimes.
    The clock just cannot go forward the mechanism is designed to go backwards.

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      • Lets face it, the British Establishment is not known for compassion, on the contrary a vindictive and violent institutional organization, may be this Establishment could have a change of heart give something that they have never known before and become the greatest nation in the world for a revolutionary change, it is not beyond the possibility for light to penetrate the minds of darkness.

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