A woman living in Saudi Arabia was sentenced to 45 years in prison for allegedly harming the country through her social media posts. This is the second such decision in the country this month.
A court in Saudi Arabia has tried Nourah bint Saeed al-Qahtani for harming the country through her social media activities.
Sentenced to 45 years
As a result of the trial, the woman “Using the Internet to disrupt the social order” and “violating public order through social media” He was sentenced to 45 years in prison for his crimes.
criticized the leaders
While the details of Al-Qahtani’s alleged crime are not known, it was stated that he criticized Saudi leaders.
Another woman was sentenced to 34 years in prison.
A woman named Salma al-Shehab, who studied at the University of Leeds in England and returned to her country for vacation in Saudi Arabia, was sentenced to 34 years in prison for having a Twitter account.
Justification for the first sentence
Salma al-Shehab, 34, mother of two young children, took to Twitter. “disturbing public opinion, destabilizing civil and national security” He was first sentenced to three years in prison for using