Loujain Al-Hathloul raises a sensation in a mysterious tweet | A nation is tweeting out of tune

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A mysterious tweet by the Saudi activist, Loujain Al-Hathloul, raised many questions about the message she wants to send. Which prompted her sister Lina to interpret this tweet.

Jane uses Trump

Loujain Al-Hathloul, according to what “Watan” monitored, with a scene of former US President Donald Trump from the satirical animated series “Our Cartoon President.” “Tomorrow is a busy day,” the cartoon Trump says during the scene.

On the cartoon, the Saudi activist wrote the word “Tomorrow” in three languages: Arabic, Spanish and English.

Lina Al-Hathloul explains

Jane did not clarify the intended tweet. But her sister Lina Al-Hathloul explained that Wednesday will be the court session. Loujain’s appeal after her release will be considered.

Tweeters support Loujain Al-Hathloul

The pioneers of social networking sites interacted with the tweet, expressing their support for the gene in the face of the Saudi regime, which seeks to condemn it in any way.

An appeal session

And Lina Al-Hathloul said earlier, that “Wednesday is Jane’s appeal session,” adding: “Among the charges against her is communication. With the enemy states that include the United Kingdom, the European Union and the Netherlands ”.

Last Tuesday, Loujain Al-Hathloul submitted to the Court of Appeal a request “to object to the interpretation of the charges and the conviction based on them.” And a request to lift the travel ban on her and her family. According to her sister, after her release on February 10.

The risk of returning to prison

Earlier, the international human rights organization “Human Rights Watch” warned of the re-arrest of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The two activists released by Loujain Al-Hathloul and Nouf Abdelaziz.

In a statement, the organization said that Loujain Al-Hathloul and Nouf Abdel Aziz risk returning to prison if they express their views.

It also confirmed that many activists and human rights activists remain in arbitrary detention.

The organization stated that Al-Hathloul was released after 1001 days of detention in Saudi prisons, after a relentless campaign.

She stated that this campaign has been her family and human rights activists around the world since her arrest in May 2018.

Banned from traveling

The most important thing, according to the international human rights organization, is that its work is not over yet, as Al-Hathloul is still banned from traveling.

She said, “She was sentenced to three years in prison, almost suspended, on charges that define her work in the field of women’s rights.” And that they are crimes under the terrorism regulations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

This means – according to Human Rights Watch – that the authorities can return her to prison at any time if they decide to speak or resume her activities.

The Saudi authorities arrested Al-Hathloul, 31, in May 2018, along with more than 12 other women’s rights activists. Her arrest came in a crackdown launched by the Saudi authorities led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Novels of torture

Human Rights Watch noted the accounts of torture that Loujain was subjected to while in detention with at least three other women, as confirmed by her family members.

Earlier, Al-Hathloul was released, in addition to the human rights activist Nouf Abdel Aziz.

In its statement, Human Rights Watch indicated that Abdel Aziz was arrested in May 2018 after expressing solidarity with activists amid the crackdown.

Her hair turned young and she looked older

And a British newspaper reported A photo of the activist Al-Hathloul After her release from the prisons of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

The British newspaper The Times wrote: “In the photos published by the Al-Hathloul family, Jane appeared as part of her hair had grown old and her age appeared to be older.

She emphasized that these photos refer to what she suffered in prison, and what her family had previously mentioned about being subjected to torture and sexual harassment during detention.

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