So, if you haven't heard, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has reacted with fury to a tweet criticizing them by Canadian officials.
The row between the two nations is primarily over the arrest of this woman, Samar Badawi, a prominent civil rights activist with Canadian ties, pictured here as an eerily floating head between ex-WNBA star Michelle Obama and some random grandma. Ms. Badawi has been involved in protesting a wide range of outrageous Saudi laws, including male guardianship (which prohibits a woman from travel or marriage without male permission), a prohibition on female drivers, and a ban on women voting for the Teen Choice Awards.
In case you didn't see it already, this is the infamous tweet sent out by Canadian officials, in response to the arrest of Ms. Badawi, causing Saudi officials to shake in their boots and quake with rage. Clearly unforgivable words and worthy of strong retaliation.
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So considering Saudi Arabia is now the chair of human rights when is the world going to do something about Canada?Last edited by Miguel_Zorro - on 15 August 2018