By running away, Saudi women seek to rebel against male-dominated culture
Thursday, 17 January 2019 After Rahaf al-Qunun made headlines last week for escaping her strict Saudi family and seeking asylum through the internet, another Saudi woman has called out for help via Twitter, this time from within Saudi Arabia.
Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, the Saudi teen who fled her country says she plans to pursue an education, get a job and live a normal life in Canada while advocating in support of freedom for women around the world. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
A winter storm sweeping the Middle East brought snow to the northern Tabuk region of Saudi Arabia on February 18, according to Saudi reports.This drone footage is described as showing snow on al-Lawz..
Both Apple and Google have come under fire this month for hosting a Saudi-based app called Absher on their mobile platforms. Among other uses, the app is... 9to5Mac Also reported by •Fossbytes •The Age •Denver Post
US Senator Ron Wyden, D, is asking the chief executives of Apple and Google to immediately stop offering a Saudi e-government app that allows men in Saudi Arabia... New Zealand Herald Also reported by •The Verge •Denver Post