The thin line between parody and reality

A Saudi court has sentenced Mohammed al-Rabiah, a supporter of women’s rights activists, to six years in prison on charges that include stirring up public opinion. He was arrested in May 2018 along with Loujain al-Hathloul, Aziza al-Yousef and other activists weeks before the kingdom lifted the ban on women driving.

London-based rights group ALQST report…

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