Saudi Arabia sentenced a woman to 45 years in prison for her social media posts

Saudi woman sentenced to 45 years in prison

A court in Saudi Arabia has sentenced a woman to 45 years in prison for allegedly harming the country through her social media activities. This is the second such decision in the country this month.

A woman named Nourah bint Saeed al-Qahtani was sentenced to 45 years in prison for ‘using the internet to disrupt social order’ and ‘violating public order through social media’.

While the details of Al-Qahtani’s alleged crime are not known, it was stated that he criticized Saudi leaders.

A WOMAN HAS ALSO BEEN SENTENTED TO 34 YEARS IN PRISON

He recently studied at the University of Leeds in England and went to his country for vacation. Saudi ArabiaReturning to Turkey, the woman named Salma al-Shehab was sentenced to 34 years in prison for having a Twitter account.

Salma al-Shehab, 34, a mother of two young children, was first sentenced to three years in prison for using the social media platform Twitter to “disturb public opinion and destabilize civil and national security”.

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