An 18-year-old saudiarabisk woman says she is deprived of her passport and detained at the airport in Bangkok in Thailand. She claims she is killed if she is sent home.
The saudi embassy in Bangkok said in a statement that they do not have the passport to Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, and says the woman was detained at the airport for not having a return ticket, writes the BBC.
18-year-old rejects this on Twitter and call them liars.
Woman says to AFP that she was stopped by the saudi and kuwaiti officials when she arrived at the Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok on Saturday. She claims the officials took the passport and travel documents her by force. She says that her male guardian has reviewed her to travel "without his permission".- Will be slain
Rahaf was in Kuwait with the family when she sat on a flight to Bangkok on Friday. She attempted to travel on to Australia, where she claims she has applied for asylum, and used Thailand as transit countries.
Monday morning at 11 am local time would she take a plane back to Kuwait, but the woman is still in Bangkok. 18-year-old has given the Twitter account's friends. In the 11-time local time they write that she has been dragged to the plane by brute force. An hour later, it is reported that the woman has barrikadert inside of a hotel room at the airport. According to Human Rights Watch refuses the woman to get out before she gets talked with the Un high commissioner for refugees.
the Woman says she has chosen to escape from her family, which she says has abused her both physically and mentally.FEAR FOR LIFE: Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun think she will be put to death if she returns to Saudi Arabia. Photo: Reuters / NTB Scanpix Show more
And I'm 100 percent sure that they are going to kill me once I let out of prison, " says Rahaf to the AFP.
On Twitter she has a lot of times asked that people at the airport in Bangkok to protest against to send her back to Kuwait.
- It's possible I will die, so I ask about freedom, folks, she writes.Sent home on Monday
Surachet Hakparn, the chief of Thailand's immigration, says to AFP that Rahaf will be sent back by Monday morning.
Surachet Hakparn says the issue is a "spite of mutual resemblance due" and that she "didn't have documents, such as return ticket, or money". He says to the BBC that the woman also has escaped from an arranged marriage.
Menneskerettighetsgruppa Human Rights Watch is asking thai authorities to stop the airing of the woman.
- They should rather allow her to continue the journey to Australia or let her stay in Thailand to seek protection as a refugee, " says middle East consultant Michael Page in the organization in a statement.