Video: Trending Weird News: Female student sentenced to 34 years in prison by Saudi Arabia for calling for the release of prisoned activists on Twitter

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Video: Trending Weird News: Saudi Arabia sentences a woman to 34 years in prison for calling for the release of prisoned activists on Twitter

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Salma al-Shehab, a PhD student based in the UK, has been jailed for 34 years in Saudi Arabia over a handful of Twitter posts and retweets. #saudiarabia #twitter #activist #freedomofspeech

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Watch TIkTok Video: Saudi Arabia has sentenced a woman, Salma Al-Shehab, 34, to 34 years in prison and an additional 34 years under a travel ban for sharing her views on Twitter, calling for the release of Saudi prisoners of conscience like prominent women’s rights activist

Saudi Arabia has sentenced a woman to 34 years in prison and an additional 34 years under a travel ban for sharing her views on Twitter, calling for the release of Saudi prisoners of conscience like prominent women’s rights activist Loujain Al-Hathloul, in one of our latest trending weird news blog posts of today.

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According to the weird news report, Saudi Arabia has sentenced a woman activist, Salma Al-Shehab’s to 34 years in prison and an additional 34 years under a travel ban for sharing her views on Twitter, calling for the release of Saudi prisoners of conscience like prominent women’s rights activist Loujain Al-Hathloul and for an end to Saudi Arabia’s guardianship system, which requires women to be overseen by men if they want to do virtually anything outside of their homes.

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Salma Al-Shebab, the female Ph.D. student sentenced to 34 years of imprisonment interacting with a journalist at an event. Image credit: BBC

Salma Al-Shebab, a specialist in dental medicine and lecturer at Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University, was studying for a Ph.D. in the United Kingdom, according to The Guardian newspaper, when she traveled from the city of Leeds back to Saudi Arabia in December 2020 for a vacation when she was detained and questioned over a number of tweets, including some in which she called for the release of Saudi prisoners of conscience like prominent women’s rights activist Loujain Al-Hathloul. She also called for an end to Saudi Arabia’s guardianship system, which requires women to be overseen by men if they want to do virtually anything outside of their homes.

The weird news report is captioned: ‘’ Saudi Arabia sentences a woman to 34 years in prison and an additional 34 years for calling the release of Saudi prisoners of conscience and women rights activists on Twitter.

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