Rahaf Mohammed: Saudi teen’s first public statement in Canada – BBC News
Rahaf Mohammed: Saudi teen’s first public statement in Canada – BBC News Are you doing okay.? I know that there are unlucky woman who disappeared after trying to ask or who could do, could not do anything to change that reality. When I heard the news from unhcr, the Canada was selected as my new home. The stress that I felt over the last week, melted away, I want to be independent, travel, make my own decisions on education, a carrier or who and when I should marry. I had no say in any office today I can proudly say making all of those decisions today and for years to come, I will work in support of freedom for women around the world. The same Freedom. My experience on the first day I arrived in Canada, ask a question if she feel safe and she says she feels safe and then another time she says she doesn’t feel safe and it’s really whatever she’s seen on social media. We are concerned about her security and we are doing a number of things. We have a where she staying a professional security that we have contracted to to be there, and we make sure that she never is alone that either a staff member or is someone. We know is with her Rahaf Mohammed has told Canadian media she’ll work in support of women’s freedom around the world.
The 18-year-old made her first public statement since arriving in Canada, where she’s been granted asylum.
She hit the headlines after fleeing her family in Saudi Arabia and barricading herself in a hotel room in Thailand to avoid deportation.
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