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NPR Interview: The Reality for Saudi Women Under MBS

NPR Interview: The Reality for Saudi Women Under MBS

A deep-dive discussion on the reality of women’s lives in Saudi Arabia today with Sarah Aziza, journalist covering human rights and women's issues in the Middle East. She lived in Saudi Arabia for six years. Her reporting in the New Yorker reporting was supported by the Pulitzer Center. (@SarahAziza1)

Yasmine Mohammed, Canadian human rights activist who was in touch with Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun. Founder of Free Hearts, Free Minds, an organization that provides psychological support for ex-Muslims living within Muslim-majority countries. (@ConfessionsExMu)

"Laura," who fled from Saudi Arabia in 2013 after suffering abuse for more than a decade.

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Interview with Slate Magazine: What Saudi Women Face, and How They Flee

Interview with Slate Magazine: What Saudi Women Face, and How They Flee

Washington Post: How Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun embodies the struggles of many Saudi women

Washington Post: How Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun embodies the struggles of many Saudi women