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Lina Al-Hathloul, the sister of Saudi activist Loujain Al-Hathloul, published photos of her sister, who was released days ago from the prisons of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Pictures released by Lina showed her sister, Loujain, on a vacation trip after 3 years of detention in Saudi prisons.

Lina commented on the photos that she published, saying: “My heroine sister is Jane today.”

Wide interaction with photos of Lujain Al-Hathloul

Al-Hathloul’s photos received wide interaction on social media platforms, according to what Watan observed from comments on the photos that were published.

Activist Muhammad Abdullah Al-Mesmari said, commenting on the pictures of Loujain Al-Hathloul: “You have become the icon of this time, you have glory and elevation, heroine revolutionary.”

Dr. Gori commented, saying: “God willing, there is no power but God. Great. This is a human being really.

Flies spread

Loujain was not spared from the Saudi flies who attacked her despite her release, according to what a nation monitored from comments that accompanied the photos published by Lina.

Bin Salman denies the torture of Loujain Al-Hathloul

The American media, Nora O’Donnell, published an interview with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in 2019 denying the torture of Loujain Al-Hathloul.

As part of the “60 Minutes” program, bin Salman denied the torture of the Saudi activist Al-Hathloul, who was released yesterday after 1001 days in prison.

The newspaper said that the Crown Prince claimed that the case of Loujain Al-Hathloul related to the independent decision of the Public Prosecution.

And she wrote: “Now the world shows the extent of the independence of Bin Salman’s decision.”

A few days ago, the family of the detained Saudi activist Loujain Al-Hathloul announced her release from the kingdom’s prisons.

She had reported that the appeals court had refused to acknowledge that Jane had been subjected to torture during her interrogation.

Loujain Al-Hathloul’s sister, Alia, wrote a series of tweets saying that the court summoned her father and mother without prior notice.

It also indicated that the summons to decide the case of torture Lujain Al-Hathloul during interrogation with her.

Alia quoted the justification for the court’s refusal by saying: “The burden of proof is on the victim.”

And I was jerked about the decision: “Why don’t you have investigators ?, Or as it is said,” Kill and ask the murdered to prove that he was killed. “

She stated that the judge was surprised by the session as he was rereading the paper and calling, and it seemed that he was not ready.

It also indicated that the court’s decision says that Loujain must provide evidence about the torture she had been subjected to.

Alia said, “I asked to record cameras and calls during the period of torture to prove her presence in the secret prison.”

Loujain Al-Hathloul added, “But it seems that the state apparatus is unable to investigate!”

The arrest of Loujain Al-Hathloul

Loujain Al-Hathloul was arrested on May 18, 2018, on several charges, including “dealing with foreign parties and transgressing patriotic and religious principles.”

The court also accused Al-Hathloul of carrying out a foreign agenda and inciting against the ruling regime.

Al-Hathloul filed other charges, including using the Internet to harm the kingdom’s public order.

Activist Al-Hathloul became prominent in 2013 when she started public campaigns for the right of women to drive in Saudi Arabia.

She was also arrested for the first time in 2014 while trying to travel across the border from the United Arab Emirates.

At the time, she had a valid driver’s license – to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

It was then that she spent 73 days in a detention center for women, an experience that she later said helped shape her campaign against the male guardianship system in the kingdom.

And it was in 2016, a year after she became one of the first women to run in Saudi Arabia’s municipal elections.

She was among 14,000 signatories to a petition directed at King Salman calling for an end to the guardianship system.

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