Saudi Arabia / Salma / Twitter

A court in Saudi Arabia has sentenced Salma al-Shehab to 34 years in prison for “supporting those who seek to disrupt the public order” and following and retweeting them on Twitter. At the time of her arrest, she had fewer than 2,000 Twitter followers.

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