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Rahaf, 18, fled from saudi Arabia– now she gets a residence permit

"Rahaf, 18, fled from saudi Arabia– now she gets a residence permit" "the Whole world is engaged in the Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun the run from her family in s

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Rahaf, 18, fled from saudi Arabia– now she gets a residence permit
"Rahaf, 18, fled from saudi Arabia– now she gets a residence permit"

"the Whole world is engaged in the Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun the run from her family in saudi Arabia."

"From a hotel room in the Thai Bankok pleaded the 18-year-old for help on her Twitter now, she has been heard."

"During the Saturday granted Rahaf Asylum in Canada, reports The So."

"the History of Rahaf Mohammed al-Qununs struggle became known to the outside world after she posted a post on Twitter on Saturday 5 January. Where told 18-year-old about his escape from the family in saudi Arabia."

"She talks about how she managed to escape from his family, which is strictly religious, during a trip to Kuwait. Rahaf was afraid of being beaten or married off when she turned away from Islam. If she would return to the country she would be able to get the death penalty."

"Asked for help via Twitter"

"Rahaf chose to escape by buying a plane ticket to Australia. But the 18-year-old was stopped during their stopover in Bangkok, Thailand."

"According to her, she was fråntaget pass, but the thai authorities mean that she was stopped because she lacked a visa to the country and a return ticket, the magazine writes."

"But Rahaf refused to return home. And when her dad came to Thailand refused she hit him. Instead locked her up in a hotel and asked the world for help via Twitter – something that she eventually managed to get."

"Several people translated her words from Arabic to English and hashtagen #SaveRahaf, or #RäddaRahaf, has now received over half a million mentions on Twitter."

"be Granted a residence permit in Canada"

"During the Wednesday, 9 January granted Rahaf refugee status from the UN, which is connected to the UNHCR and Human Rights Watch. And, on Saturday, came a message that 18-year-old had been waiting for – she won't have to return to their homeland."

"Rahaf instead offered asylum in Canada, something that made the 18-year-old incredibly happy."

"I want to thank all the people who supported me and who saved my life," she said during a press briefing, writes The Guardian."

"be Granted a residence permit in Canada"

"During the Wednesday, 9 January granted Rahaf refugee status from the UN, which is connected to the UNHCR and Human Rights Watch. And, on Saturday, came a message that 18-year-old had been waiting for – she won't have to return to their homeland."

"Rahaf instead offered asylum in Canada, something that made the 18-year-old incredibly happy."

"I want to thank all the people who supported me and who saved my life," she said during a press briefing, writes The Guardian."

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