Saudi women’s rights activists getting death penalty?


This video from the USA says about itself:

Saudi Arabia Cracks Down On Women’s Rights Activists

26 May 2018

Seven detained Saudi women’s rights activists, who campaigned for the ban on women driving to be lifted, may face the death penalty, newspaper Okaz reported on Sunday.

According to Saudi lawyers and judges, the prominent women’s rights activists, who were arrested last week and branded as “traitors” by government-aligned media outlets, may be sentenced to death should investigations result in the charge of treason and conspiracy against the state.

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