During their stay in Georgia, two Saudi sisters sought help, after running away from their family in Saudi Arabia, in the latest escape case from the Kingdom. They claimed that they are at risk and would be killed if they were forced to return to Saudi Arabia. “We are two Saudi sisters who have fled the kingdom and are seeking asylum, but our family and the Saudi government have cancelled our passports, and we are now trapped in Georgia,” Maha and Wafa said. @Refugees pic.twitter.com/RPK32ar8uB — georgia sisters (@GeorgiaSisters) April 16, 2019#SaudSistersRescue We are realSoon everyone will see proof of our story — georgia sisters (@GeorgiaSisters) April 16, 2019“We fled oppression from our family because the laws in Saudi Arabia are too weak to protect us,” the two sisters added. The two young Saudi sisters mentioned that their father and brothers arrived in Georgia and were looking for them.
Source: The North Africa Journal April 18, 2019 01:18 UTC