It's so fucking scary thinking with all other similar incidents that has not gained any kind of public attention, that probably ended with someone getting sent back. This happy conclusion is only because of pressure from humanitarian organisations and that governments shitty first decision got exposed to media. And frankly, it makes me fucking more sick then watching Trump trying to play human, to realise how unimportant a young girls life is valued.
I don’t think Australian Muslims care about the shame of Saudi Arabia. They like living here they don’t want to go around killing people.
Plus, they’d have to find her. Given Muslim Australians mainly live in particular parts of Sydney and Melbourne, it’d be very easy for her to just disappear into the millions of other people across the continent.
She needs to cut all ties with the rest of her family. Do not let them visit or know where you are staying. I've seen plenty of stories of women killed by some crazy family member over leaving or refusing a marriage.
Let's hope Australia grants this request for al-Qunun.
But I wouldn't be too quick to give either Australia or Thailand a pat on the back as Thailand has detained (for 40 days!) an Australian-resident football player for possible extradition to Saudi's vassal island Bahrain where he'll face death or a lengthy incarceration for protesting against that regime:
That this woman was a refugee should have been obvious solely from the fact that the Saudi government was treating her like a fugitive from justice when she hadn’t done anything other than travel from Kuwait.
Full credit to her for smartly raising a ruckus when they and their Thai pawns tried to strongarm her back home.
Something tells me this lady should stop posting on social media and go into a witness protection like program. She's such a massive target now. Her government isn't afraid to chop people up and dunk them in acid. Scary.