By Peter Lazenby in Britain:
Syrian women’s rights campaigner faces deportation and certain death
Saturday 20th June 2015
Ms Khouja’s criticism of women’s rights abuses in Saudi Arabia has sparked email and phone threats of death, imprisonment and mutilation — including for her limbs to be severed — if she goes to Saudi Arabia.
She has lived in Leeds with her Saudi husband Mahmoud Alhassan for four years.
A spokesman for the group, who has launched a petition against her removal, said she will be in “extreme danger” if she is deported.
“They are much loved and respected by her community of friends here in Leeds and we are gravely concerned for her safety were she to be removed to Saudi Arabia,” they said.