Saudi women’s rights activist Lujain al-Hatloul has been released from prison

Saudi women's rights activist Lujain al-Hatloul has been released from prison

Lujain Al Hatoul, a Saudi women’s rights activist Released from prison. This was reported by his family, however, who explained that Lujain al-Hatlol was “not free” and that various restrictions had to be complied with, including a ban on leaving Saudi Arabia for the next five years.

Al-Hatoul, 31, was arrested in 2018 for campaigning against the ban on women in Saudi Arabia on terrorism charges. It was December 28th Condemned Imprisonment for 5 years to 8 months. Part of the sentence was later suspended.

Amnesty International and other human rights groups have called for his release, and have documented the torture and sexual abuse of al-Hatoul since his arrest. A few weeks after his arrest, he was officially in Saudi Arabia The ban has been lifted This prevented women from driving.

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