This 21 May 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
It’s been a year since women’s right activist Loujain al-Hathloul was detained and jailed in Saudi Arabia for leading a movement to lift the kingdom’s ban on female drivers and overhaul its male “guardianship” system. Despite international outcry, she’s been imprisoned ever since.
During that time, her family says, she’s been held in solitary confinement and faced abuse, including electric shocks, flogging and threats of sexual violence. The Saudi government has resisted calls from human rights groups and lawmakers from around the world to release Loujain and the other jailed activists. We speak with two of Loujain’s siblings, Walid and Lina al-Hathloul.
This 22 May 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
Saudi activist Loujain Al-Hathloul jailed and tortured after leading women’s rights movement
Saudi activist Loujain Al-Hathloul was arrested after fighting for women’s rights in the kingdom. She’s been held for over a year and has only just been told her charges. Her siblings, Lina Al-Hathloul and Walid Al-Hathloul, have been sharing her story from the outside and fighting for her release. “She’s facing a trial, but the trial is really not transparent, because we don’t know when the next session is,” Walid Al-Hathloul says. “We don’t know how everything is going to be processed.”
On Friday, a ghastly execution took place in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh, involving the decapitation and subsequent public crucifixion of Ahmed bin ‘Adhaib bin ‘Askar al-Shamlani al-‘Anzi, who was executed on a number of charges, including … homosexual intercourse: here.