‘Throw her to the DOGS’ Vile calls for DEATH PENALTY for woman caught not wearing a hijab
A WOMAN in Saudi Arabia who dared to defy the authorities and venture outside without a hijab is now facing calls for her to be executed.
The image, said to be taken in Riyadh the country’s capital, was reportedly posted under the account name of ‘Malak Al Shehri’ which has since been deleted.
However the image has now been retweeted several times and caused outrage amongst some users.
One man even stated: “Kill her and throw her corpse to the dogs”.
An anonymous student claimed Ms Al Shehri had said that she was going to go out for breakfast without either a hijab or abaya, a traditional Saudi body covering.
The student also claimed the woman had received death threats for merely posting the image.
The student said: “So many people retweeted it and what she did reached extremists, so she got threats.
“She deleted her tweets but they didn’t stop, so she deleted her account.”
One user posted: “We propose blood”, while another demanded a “harsh punishment for the heinous situation”.
The woman has also received a huge amount of support as well on social media sites.
Graeme Robinson tweeted: “The world needs more brave women like MalakAlShehri, not cowardly bigoted men who want her killed”.
Another user, Farah Aqqad wrote: “Its about time to protest against this discriminative abaya prison against women”.
While ‘Austin’ simply wrote: “Brave Lady”.
The news comes after Saudi prince Alwaleed bin Talai said that women should be allowed to drive.
He posted on Twitter towards the end of November: “It’s high time that Saudi women started driving their cars.
“Preventing a woman from driving a car today is an issue of rights similar to the one that forbade her from receiving an education or having an independent identity.”
The Arab kingdom is the only country in the world where women are banned from driving.
This is the culture that feminists want to integrate into Western civilization. And they actually believe that Islam will treat them differently.