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Relatives Of Saudi Teen Who Got Asylum In Canada Have 'Disowned Her'

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Relatives Of Saudi Teen Who Got Asylum In Canada Have 'Disowned Her'

Relatives Of Saudi Teen Who Got Asylum In Canada Have 'Disowned Her'

According to Business INsider Relatives of Rahaf al-Qunun, who fled her family and secured asylum in Canada, said in a statement that they disown her.

Her father Mohammed al-Qunun is a high-ranking government official.

He said she had insulted him and acted disgracefully.

Al-Qunun fled on January 5 and went viral with live social media posts from Bangkok airport, where she barricaded herself in a hotel room.

Al-Qunun says she fled to avoid an arranged marriage and to have freedom.

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