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Saudi Arabia: Raped teenager appeals to king to stop lashing
A teenage Saudi gang-rape victim who was sentenced to 90 lashes for being alone with a man she was not related to has beseeched King Abdullah, the country's monarch, to intervene in the controversial case.
Saudi Arabia: Muslimah Writers Alliance Petitions King Abdullah to Stop Forced Divorces
"Say 'No' To Forced Divorce - 'Yes' to Reforms" online petition campaign launched by women activists against forced divorce
Saudi Arabia: Appeals Court upholds ruling in controversial Fatima divorce case
An appeals court has upheld the decision of a judge in the northern city of Al-Jouf in October to divorce a couple in absentia at the request of the wife’s half brothers.
Saudi Arabia: Women’s issues - baby steps and individual successes
Perhaps there is no issue in Saudi Arabia more sensitive, more controversial and more shrouded in secrecy and contradictions than the issue of women.
رسالة من مواطنة من الدرجة الثالثة
الشوري السعودي يوافق علي منح الجنسية للمرأة الاجنبية المتزوجة من مواطن
Saudi Arabia: Women welcome rejection of haram prayer proposal
Muhammad Nasir Al-Khuzayyam, deputy chief of the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques, said the proposal to move the women's prayer area in the Grand Mosque in Makkah has been dropped.
تأجيل النظر بمحاكمة رواية سعودية متهمة بالإساءة لبنات الرياض
Saudi Arabia: Grand mosque equal access for women project
Women are about to lose their right to pray in the previously allotted/designated space for women only in view of the Ka'ba at the Grand Mosque in Makkah, Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia: Learning intolerance
Despite Saudi assurances, their religious textbooks still denigrate other faiths and cultures. These schoolbooks divide the world into believers — followers of Wahhabi Islam — and unbelievers.
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