Forcibly reptriated Saudi woman: ‘My family will kill me’

Human Rights Watch (HRW) cited a Canadian witness as saying that 24-year-old Dina Ali Lasloom was not allowed by airport authorities in Manila to board a Sydney-bound flight Tuesday. Instead, she was forcefully sent back to Saudi Arabia, where she fears her life is at risk.

The witness said Lasloom approached her while in transit at the airport in Manila, saying “airport officials had confiscated her passport and boarding pass” for the Sydney flight.

The Canadian told media she helped Lasloom made videos for social media to highlight her plight. In one of the videos, which went viral on the Internet, Lasloom said: “If my family comes, they will kill me. If I go back to Saudi Arabia, I will be dead. Please help me,” she pleads in the video.

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  • canminuteman

    If we let these women in as refugees I can guarantee they will be sponsoring the very people they claim to be running from as soon as they are able.

  • BillyHW

    How ’bout we trade all our feminists for all their enslaved women?

    I’d call that a win-win.

    • WalterBannon

      How ’bout we just send them all our muslims and call it even. We will stay out of their countries and they stay out of ours.

  • Gary

    There are about 600,000,000 abused or oppressed women in islam that could come here and qualify for a refugee claim.
    This is an Islamic problem that is NOT out job to solve. We have seen these oppressed muslims get to Canada where they turn against us in far too many cases.

  • WalterBannon

    Less muslims is a good thing, so good riddance.

  • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

    bye