#SaveDinaAli

silverharp

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Happened to catch this video. Saudi women flees Saudi, I believe heading for Australia. She is detained in the Philippines while her family goes out to retrieve her. She is bound and is returned or in the process of being returned to Saudi. the risk is she will be honor killed there. not much outrage even thought the whole thing is fairly shocking especially that a different state would facilitate this



[video=youtube;ZSnEz06kdyg]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSnEz06kdyg[/video]
 
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It amazes me how people just accept that this is how things are in Saudi arabia and turn a blind eye. It especially amazes me how 'women's groups' only pay lip service to condemning how their 'sisters' are treated in the Arab world. Unfortunately the feminist movement seems to still be a local movement, insofar as the groups are only concerned about what's happening in their immediate areas.
 

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She should be given refugee status and not be returned to that horrible country.
 

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Happened to catch this video. Saudi women flees Saudi, I believe heading for Australia. She is detained in the Philippines while her family goes out to retrieve her. She is bound and is returned or in the process of being returned to Saudi. the risk is she will be honor killed there. not much outrage even thought the whole thing is fairly shocking especially that a different state would facilitate this



[video=youtube;ZSnEz06kdyg]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSnEz06kdyg[/video]
Form what I read, she has already been taken back to Saudi.



Where was the feminist outrage?
 

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A Saudi woman was returned to her abusive family despite Twitter outrage

Lawyer and activist Moudhi Al Jahani posted a video on Twitter saying she had spoken with Dina throughout the ordeal. She said that once Dina's family arrived in the Philippines, her uncles "tortured her in sight of the Philippines' authority."

Jahani said Dina's uncles hit her and told her they would kill her when they landed in Saudi Arabia.

"It is most likely that she is not alive," Jahani said in her emotional video. She criticized rights organizations for doing little to aid in the situation, calling on people not to be silent.
 

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We won't see Sinn Fein / Richard Boyd Barrett / Ruth coppinger / cold o Gorman et al getting too excited about this.

Poor girl - trying to get free from the horrors of Islam and then being abducted in the Philippines with the help of the Filipino police and state.
 

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KSA is a hell hole which treats women, gays and foreign workers very badly. However before rushing to swallow this particular story whole, ask yourselves the following questions


(1) If you were fleeing KSA, would you choose a Saudi airline?

(2) Why take a flight to Australia via the Philipines when you could go to Paris?

(3) The Philipine Immigration Authorities state they have no idea who she is - and they certainly did not confiscate any KSA citizens passport at Ninoy Aquino Airport or detain them or hand them over to irate relatives, or watch as they were tortured by said relatives.

(4) Neither you nor I have any idea who Dina Ali Lasloom is. The reason why human rights organisations are being silent on her case is because so far it has all the hall-marks of a social media hoax petunia
 

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KSA is a hell hole which treats women, gays and foreign workers very badly. However before rushing to swallow this particular story whole, ask yourselves the following questions


(1) If you were fleeing KSA, would you choose a Saudi airline?

(2) Why take a flight to Australia via the Philipines when you could go to Paris?

(3) The Philipine Immigration Authorities state they have no idea who she is - and they certainly did not confiscate any KSA citizens passport at Ninoy Aquino Airport or detain them or hand them over to irate relatives, or watch as they were tortured by said relatives.

(4) Neither you nor I have any idea who Dina Ali Lasloom is. The reason why human rights organisations are being silent on her case is because so far it has all the hall-marks of a social media hoax petunia
well that would be interesting , a pretty sh1tty hoax though, I don't see the payoff for it though
 

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All women should be automatically entitled to refugee status if fleeing the hellhole that is Saudi Arabia.

Place should be wiped off the map and its King, pretty much every male civil servant and all those 'princes' should be hung, drawn and quartered.
 

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The Phillipines is in hock to SA and has a million workers as hostages.
 

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Who cares?
Europe is turning back women like this in their thousands.
 

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Oh look, another excuse to lash out at De leftists and feminists by the wingnuts masquerading as faux concern for a woman.

There's plenty of legit political prisoners in the KSA
 

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Oh look, another excuse to lash out at De leftists and feminists by the wingnuts masquerading as faux concern for a woman.

There's plenty of legit political prisoners in the KSA

Faux concern - bullshít.


The regressive Left goes into literal revolt over the most contrived claims of sexism or "misogyny". And here is a genuine case of misogyny and the breach of human rights (by liberal western standards) and you get radio silence from the Libtard brigade.


And your defence? To claim this a "masquerading" and "faux concern for a woman". And you have no concern. None whatsoever; you only turned up to for this pathetic post.
 

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You have a totally patriarchal totalitarian royal family using the most violent misogynistic authoritarian religion to gather obscene wealth they then use to spread their disgusting cult among their enemies.
Saudi Arabia is the perfect example of the worst of humanity, and yet there they sit on the UN council of human rights, you could not make it up.
 

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Faux concern - bullshít.


The regressive Left goes into literal revolt over the most contrived claims of sexism or "misogyny". And here is a genuine case of misogyny and the breach of human rights (by liberal western standards) and you get radio silence from the Libtard brigade.


And your defence? To claim this a "masquerading" and "faux concern for a woman". And you have no concern. None whatsoever; you only turned up to for this pathetic post.
Its better than that. He's telling you his concern for such issue's is genuine, and yours is not.

Just like when kn.ackers chop heads off, they're not guilty of "spreading hate", the people who criticise them are.
 

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It shouldn't be too difficult to locate the Canadian woman who lent Ms Lasloom her mobile phone so she is forced to tweet in English not Arabic, according to her messages here.

https://twitter.com/DinaAli93
Why would she Tweet in Arabic? Where do you suppose help might have come from? Where do you think she believe help would come from?

Poor woman didn't realise that western feminist are now just ideological cousins to Islam and that she would get no sympathy from them.
 


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