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Family of Saudi Women Rights Activist Loujain Al-Hathloul Says She Was Offered Release from Prison If She Denied Torture

Saudi activist Loujain al-Halthloul stand refused to deny allegations of torture on video, in exchange for her freedom. More in today's Daily brief:

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Loujain al Hathloul, who has been imprisoned in Saudi Arabia since May 2018 for her work promoting women's rights, turns down a deal to be released. According to her family, she received an offer of freedom only if she denies being tortured in custody:

Loujain al Hathloul, who has been imprisoned in Saudi Arabia since May 2018 for her work promoting women's rights, turns down a deal to be released. According to her family, she received an offer of freedom only if she denies being tortured in custody:

Loujain al Hathloul, who has been imprisoned in Saudi Arabia since May 2018 for her work promoting women's rights in the kingdom, has turned down a deal to be released.

Loujain al Hathloul, who has been imprisoned in Saudi Arabia since May 2018 for her work promoting women's rights, turns down a deal to be released. According to her family, she received an offer of freedom only if she denies being tortured in custody:

A Washpost editorial raises the latest twist in the case of Loujain al Hathloul: Saudi authorities said she’d go free if she denied being tortured.

Saudi authorities told Loujain al-Hathloul she’d go free if she denied being tortured. She refused.

Loujain al-Hathloul, an imprisoned women’s rights activist in Saudi Arabia, refused an offer of freedom in exchange for recording a videotaped statement testifying that she had not been tortured, her siblings said this week”

Saudi Arabia = torture yet @POTUS  continues to defend it. Loujain al-Hathloul was jailed & tortured for promoting women's rights & speaking out. She will be released if she denies that torture. The US should be condemning SA, not cozying up to them & selling them weapon systems.

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Saudi Arabia: We're going to release you from jail, but you'll have to say we didn't torture or sexually abuse you. Loujain al-Hathloul: No, I won't.

The Saudi government told prominent Saudi women's rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul that it would release her from prison if she would just make a video denying that she had been tortured, according to her family. She refused.

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Comedian honors Saudi women’s rights activist Loujain Al-hathloul who has been tortured in prison: I wish there was a powerful person at the White House who could WhatsApp MBS and ask him to get her out of prison (camera pans to Jared Kushner)

Read this piece from about Saudi human rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul, who has been detained and tortured by the Saudi regime. The U.S. must push for rights activists to be freed and the regime held accountable.

Women’s rights activists, including the heroic Loujain al Hathloul, are being detained and tortured in Saudi Arabia at this very moment.

Loujain'>Meet Loujain al-Hathloul, 29, who has sought the right to drive for Saudi women. For this, she is now imprisoned and has been tortured and waterboarded. US officials have been silent. I think she's a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize. MBS, let her go!

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Saudi women were finally allowed to drive in June 2018. So why are 10 women's rights activists going on trial in Saudi Arabia this week? This is the story of one Saudi prisoner, Loujain al-Hathloul, and her fight for women's rights.

A short clip from my debate speech, making the case for the West cutting ties with a Saudi regime that murdered Jamal Khashoggi, imprisons & tortures Loujain al-Hathloul, Raif Badawi & Isra al-Ghomgham, plus starved Amal Hussain to death:

In Opinion writes, "Remember this name: Loujain al-Hathloul. She is 29 years old and a courageous advocate for gender equality — so she is in a Saudi Arabian prison, and reportedly our Saudi allies have tortured her, even waterboarded her."

Loujain'>Meet Loujain, a woman whom Saudi Arabia has imprisoned, waterboarded, tortured, assaulted--because she champions women's rights. I suggest her for the Nobel Peace Prize. Trump admin officials refuse to help, but we can spread the message: #FreeLoujain 

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