A canadian television station shows the woman upon arrival in Toronto. The 18-Year-old took to the escape from domestic violence in their family.
The fear of her family, who had fled Saudi Arabia Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun arrived in Canada, where she is granted asylum. Al-Kunun landed a plane on Saturday in Toronto. The 18-Year-old had previously sat for days in Bangkok, where they had been stopped in their flight.
A canadian TV station released a Video of the arrival on Twitter:
BREAKING: Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, the Saudi teenager who was granted asylum in Canada after fleeing from her allegedly abusive family, has arrived in Toronto. https://t.co/o7KgEDfq0t pic.twitter.com/V0DUVf3UkN— CBC News (@CBCNews) 12. January 2019
"This is something we love to do, because Canada is a country that understands how important it is for human rights and women's rights around the world," had the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday the application for Asylum to the fleeing woman. Several countries had spoken with the high Commissioner for refugees United Nations (UNHCR), over a shooting of 18-Year-old.
The 18-year-old saudi Arabian citizen, was with her family in Kuwait, as they took to flight to Thailand. From there, they wanted to travel to Australia to request asylum. A visa for Australia should you have already had. According to their own figures, they fled from domestic violence. It, abused and threatened with death.
After their escape, the parents informed the Saudi Embassy in Bangkok that their daughter had traveled without their consent abroad, and the young woman was still in the transit area on Saturday night, the Pass is removed, apparently by employees of the Saudi Embassy.
Then al-Qunun barricaded himself in a Hotel, and has published calls on the Internet help. On Twitter solid people-based rights activists and politicians under the Hashtag #SaveRahaf. Finally, Thailand allowed her to temporarily stay in the country. The UNHCR has certified your Status as a refugee. Most recently, Australia's government had expressed, to examine a possible inclusion of the young woman. Now Canada seems to be a visa.
your Twitter Account has shut down, the 18-Year-old on Friday as a surprise. For the last Time, you responded with a somewhat cryptic short message: "I have some good news and some bad news," said she, shortly after her account was disabled. According to Human Rights Watch Rahaf murder had received threats.