Saudi Arabia: Loujain Al-Hathloul tortured for defending women's rights

"She has been tortured, electrocuted, put in solitary confinement for eight months." The crime committed by Loujain Al-Hathloul: defending women's rights. Meanwhile, in Saudi Arabia…

11/17/2020 11:59 PM


  • Chantale B.
    04/03/2021 03:40

    C'est une femme temps forte mentalement

  • Cindy L.
    12/01/2020 05:24

    This should be a movie

  • Ronaldo L.
    11/22/2020 10:14

    She's as good as dead...

  • Sherri A.
    11/21/2020 00:20

    How can we help her get out of jail?

  • Nigar V.
    11/20/2020 19:37

    Je m'incline devant ces femmes si courageuses !

  • Mohamed M.
    11/19/2020 09:16

    The KSA is ruled by the darkness of the extremism and ignorance where woman are considered slaves .

  • Cristian L.
    11/19/2020 07:09

    Should have stayed in the kitchen!

  • Gregory G.
    11/19/2020 02:24

    Muslim countries are Savage. There I said it😿😿

  • Terry G.
    11/19/2020 02:10

    They are afraid of her.

  • Kala K.
    11/19/2020 01:39

    I know how it is for a woman to fight for her freedom against both men and women. May God help her. I , my family and friends have been spied, stalked and tortured for years.

  • Aileen S.
    11/18/2020 23:33

    This woman is amazing. I hope she will be able to continue on with her work that is so needed in her country, and find success quickly.

  • Jacob B.
    11/18/2020 22:51

    There are reforms taking place, why she did she jumped the gun? To become popular? She know the culture and country well, now she's a liability for human rights. MBS is modernizing the system.

  • Gulia V.
    11/18/2020 15:38

    I admire people like this woman at the same time I consider her as foolish person. What can you expect from such a monstrous country as Saudi Arabia where the poor journalist has been killed and tortured at the Embassy in a foreign country? Poor Saudis. Only one thing that can be done if you have the misfortune of living in such country is to escape. The price of the action of this woman was much too high.

  • Vanita M.
    11/18/2020 12:46

    I really hope the women in Saudia Arabia genuniely support her. You cant keep crying to the west or the international community for help. If you want real change, it starts with the citizens of that country. This is so sad that things like this still happen.

  • Marie C.
    11/18/2020 12:41


  • Sayem A.
    11/18/2020 11:54

    Oh BD muslims, where are you now? See where our women are going?

  • Elizabeth B.
    11/18/2020 10:36

    Saudi Arabia is no holiday camp, they only make it appear that way. They have plenty of dissidents and they know it. That is why they cut off all electronic signals when a cavalcade of, shall we just call them 'Important People', passes by. You suddenly find that you cannot get a signal for your cellphone and other electronics. Then you see the cavalcade. They do this so that no one can bomb it.

  • Victor J.
    11/18/2020 09:26

    And yet Governments from so called democratic Western societies continue to cowtow to these barbarians and their regimes. 🤬

  • Cchris V.
    11/18/2020 04:57

    I'll marry her n make her a us citizen go biden

  • Darrin F.
    11/18/2020 02:37

    Is this women's treatment related to Islam and sharia law in some way??