Here is why Saudi Arabia is arresting women’s rights activists.. updated list 7-8-2018


The headline ‘’ Women in Saudi now can drive ‘’ was all over the newspapers worldwide few months ago. It was a big news here in Italy, where I currently live as a refugee. I remember that morning very well, I was on my way to work when I met a woman who used to work for the refugee center and said ‘’ Did you read the news? Women can drive in Saudi now? Are you going back to Saudi Arabia?? ‘’. Unfortunately, the majority of people abroad are not aware of the depth of the problems Saudi women face and how shallow this ‘’ Royal decree’’ / decision to left the driving ban.

Women in Saudi not only can not drive, but they can not travel, marry or divorce, pursue education, work or get surgery done in a hospital without a consent of a male guardian. This male guardian law is more of an ownership/slavery system that gives men full power over women. Sadly, this also permits violence against women. Violence against women and girls is a major issue in Saudi Arabia. It is so common that its becoming more of a ‘’ cultural thing’’.

The ‘’ institutional discrimination ‘’against women also bans women from the right to have a safe-house or protection when escaping violence. Instead, a woman is jailed in a center until the male guardian whom also ‘’ the abuser’’ comes and pick her up. If a woman refuses to leave with him, she is to be jailed for life.   Hence, women’s right activists in Saudi Arabia  never stopped campaigning and demanding for more rights  like the right to be fully free first-class citizen like their male counterparts and for the male guardianship to be abolished.

For Saudi women the Royal decree was not enough. Women’s rights activists wanted full reforms that will grant women their full rights. Some of the activists continued to blog, others continued campaigning on social media like twitter and some created anti violence center for women escaping violence. Unfortunately, creating civil institutions to protect women escaping violence and campaigning against male guardianship laws are considered punishable crimes in Saudi Arabia.

Those women who were arrested are being accused of serious crimes such as ‘’ contact with foreign units with the purpose of undermining the country’s stability and social fabric’’ They are also being called agents and traitors to the country. In other words, spies.  Their pictures were posted on the first page of many local new sites with a big word of traitor written with red color on top.  This was done to send a message to other women’s rights activists who are part of the network.  The arrests are still ongoing. I personally have a short list of some of the women who were arrested but I am afraid the list is a lot longer.

This series of arrests targeting activists is not new in Saudi Arabia.  In 2011 many human rights activists were jailed and sentenced to lengthy prison sentences and were charged with crimes  like terrorism and apostasy. Some even received a death sentence  and executed  in a mass execution in 2016 

This regrouping and campaigning continuously to demand for women’s rights have frightened the new young Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud. He is well-known for his zero tolerance toward opposition movements and social activism. Just not long ago he fearlessly arrested 500 members of the Saudi royal family including Waleed bin Talal and Mutaib bin Abdullah, the son of the late king of Saudi Arabia. For this reason, arresting women’s right activists who were bringing international attention to Saudi Arabia’s  violation of human rights against women was not that difficult for the new crown prince.

At last, I hope that Saudi women those who are still in Saudi Arabia  and those who escaped and became refugees like myself to continue blogging spreading the word until those women are released from prison.

Share this post and pass it over  so those women will not be forgotten behind bars..


Here is the list of Saudi  Women who were jailed

Some Saudi activists whom also supporters of women rights were arrested

Dr. Ibrahim Al-Modaimeegh

Abdulaziz Al-Mesha’al

Mohammad Al-Rabea

Ibrahim Fahad Al-Nafjan


Unnamed man that the state refused to release his name to the press.



It is Official! I am Now a Political Refugee In Italy

It was back in 2013 when I decided to seek asylum in Mainland China. Yes, I know mainland China is not exactly a ” pro human rights ” country but I had no other choice. I was studying and living in China at that time. I heard the news by friends who are still in Saudi that the Saudi Arabian intelligence police are starting a campaign against activists and bloggers accusing them of apostasy and terrorism to justify long prison or death sentences .  Many have been arrested with no charges or trials too! some were banned from traveling outside Saudi Arabia.. and some tried to escape and failed like Hamaza Khasghari and some made it and escaped just like me!

This Anti-activists campaign  comes as no surprise to everyone after the Arab spring, As  Saudi Arabia knew that this political chaos is sooner or later going to hit Saudi. At first, it started with high profile activists like Raif Badawi and Waleed Abukhair and Shia rebels who were protesting  in Eastern province where majority of Shiite minority lives. Then this campaign extended further more to include some other activists and  Sunni religious figures who are anti Al Saud regime.

It is difficult to tell how many have been arrested or killed since this campaign started!  many who were imprisoned did not want to make their arrest go public, as they fear that publicity will negatively affect their trial like it did with other activists before them.

One of them is a friend of mine, A.H.S whom I asked him to join me in China before its too late. Unfortunately, it was too late for him.  He was arrested and charged with apostasy. He was released not so long ago after he appealed but he is still banned from traveling out of Saudi Arabia.

Seeing the news of continuous arbitrary detention of  Saudi activists was upsetting, but what is even more upsetting was this international ” silence” that is bought by the  Saudi black gold.

All this made me reckon that staying in Saudi as an activist wouldn’t be a good idea. Thats when I decided seek asylum in China.

Not knowing how things work, I first went to the Norwegian embassy which advised me to go to UNHCR– Beijing.   I was given an appointment in 2014.  Then it took another year of intensive investigation  and extremely long very tiring and emotional interviews   before the committee of UNHCR come to their final decision which was in May 2015.

I will never forget the phone call when the a member of the UNHCR told me that my request of international protection has been approved by the committee. I was in shock, I remember I  cried and smiled at the same time upon receiving the news through the phone.

Maybe it was a combination of sadness and happiness.. knowing that this is it, a one way ticket to freedom and the no return point. I will be gaining freedom but losing family, friends and a lot more.  I must admit,  It is a very difficult compromise . I still recall Manal Al Sharif warning me saying ”Omaima, don’t burn the bridges behind you, you might want to go back”.

There were difficult times in which I had feelings of regret, self-pity and nostalgia.  For instance, the time I had a car accident in China in  April 2016 and I was  alone with an injured spinal cord. Another time when I had legal issues in Norway when I was trying to transfer my UNHCR refugee status to Norway and it didn’t work. Then when I was brought by police force to Italy and sent to a former prison that was transformed into a illegal refugee reception center! yes, Ironically My UNHCR refugee status was meaningless and useless that is  what I found out later.  Maybe I will write about those horrible experiences that I had to go through in another post.

I had to  go through the suffering again  and repeat the process in Italy, I had to go through everything from zero as if I have not done it before.  I came to Italy in the summer of 2016. and  received the news on the 10th of Nov 2017. It  took  about 15 very  long months.

As you might all know, Europe is going through refugee crisis. However, Italy along with Greece deal with the crisis the most because of the high influx of migrants coming by the sea from the Libyan shores. Italy is one of the worst countries to be refugee in. I must say being a refugee here is not a walk in the park. It takes a high threshold of patience to be able to endure all this suffering I have been through.  So Saudi activists out there be warned, the price of freedom is high. Sadly, pain, loneliness and hardship is part of it. I will be writing a post about My journey  as asylum seeker sometime in the future.

I writing this post to just happily announce that finally this very long and bitter struggle is over and My journey  has came to an end. Now with this political refugee status I can obtain a refugee travel document and legal papers that allow me to stay in Italy, travel abroad and have a normal life.


Free Loujain and Maysaa

free lujain and maysaa

It has been 2 weeks since the arrest of the Saudi activists Lojain Al Hathloul and Maysaa Al Amoudi.
Loujain was crossing the boarders of UAE/Saudi Arabia driving her own car attempting to break the driving ban in Saudi Arabia when she was arrested earlier this month.
Loujain was stopped on the boarders for over 24 hours, While Saudi Arabian officers at the boarders making phone calls trying to reach the ministry of interior affairs to report Loujain Al Hathloul.
Saudi Officers refused to let Loujain enter the country because she was driving her car. Even though, Loujain holds a valid driving license.
A Saudi officer suggested to Loujain to either go to Saudi Arabia by bus or by plane as she is not allowed to drive a car in Saudi Arabia since she is a ”woman”. Loujain who is holding a valid GCC driving license argued ” I am a Saudi citizen with a Saudi passport, and as per the law a holder of GCC driving license can drive anywhere within gulf countries ” including Saudi Arabia” as there is no exception in the law against Saudi women.
Yet, she was kept in custody in the boarders for over 24 hours and when Maysaa Al Amoudi, another Saudi activists resides in UAE came to help loujain, the police arrested her as well. Maysaa’s sister Wafa Al Amoudi posted a video asking the Saudi autorities to release both her sister and Loujain Al hathlol saying that her sister had no intention to cross the baorders, she was only bringing something to loujain when she was arrested.
The two Saudi activists have been in prison in Saudi Arabia since the 1st of Dec 2014.
Human rights Activists have started an online campaign demanding Saudi authorities to free Loujain al Hathloul and Maysaa Al Amoudi.
join the campaign on facebook or show your support to Loujain and maysaa by posting a video on youtube demanding Saudi authorities to release Loujain and Maysaa.
You had previously supported Manal Alsharif back in 2011 and your support brought the media attention to the matter and that played an important role in releasing Manal Alsharif.

So please join the ”free loujain and maysaa campaign” here!

My Attempt to Break the Driving Ban in Saudi Arabia


After I was inspired by Manal Al Shirf campaign I asked my brother to teach me how to drive. Back then I was living in Riyadh city. Our teaching sessions have always started on Friday or Thursday mornings that’s when the streets are less busy. After making a good progress my brother started letting me drive to my hometown, the Eastern province, which is about 450 kms away. After we pass the check points we would swap the seats and I would sit behind the wheels and drive. I traveled to China but I came back to Saudi to visit my family 5 weeks ago and I wanted to continue learning.

Every time I drive my brother would sit next to me to give me instructions. I have been driving in the streets of Al Khobar for the last 5 weeks and I never had a problem. I even once went to a drive through coffee shop next to crowded oil station on half moon beach and ordered some coffee and then went to the beach. Some people would give me the V sign and others would just start taking pictures and videos of me while I’m driving!

2 days ago I went out for another training session but this time I wasn’t very lucky, As I was driving in the streets of Al Khobar city  I lost my way and went to the wrong direction, I ended up driving next to the police station! There were few police cars outside driving on the same highway, So I kept slowing down and driving on the right side of the road but my heart was racing. 3 police cars passed and none of them noticed me; there was even one of the police cars on the opposite direction, taking a U turn, the police car was less than 2 meters away but luckily didn’t notice me too.  Suddenly, a speedy police car was driving on the left side of the highway started to slow down dramatically. Apparently, someone has just told the police that there is a woman in the back driving a grand marquis 2007.  The police officer took the right track, slowed down, opened his car window and started looking at us, that’s when I decided to turn on the headlights of the car so the officer won’t see me, and then I started driving on the left track of the highway where most speedy cars go. Obviously, it wasn’t a good idea; they became more suspicious and started chasing after me! They kept asking me to pull over..

I pulled over safely like a pro driver, 2 police officers came to me and one of them said, Mashallah , you clearly can drive! But women are not allowed to drive here, it’s against the law, there is a law from the ministry of interior affairs to punish women who drive ”. I can tell from their accent, one of the police officers is from Najad and the other is southern Saudi. The Najedi officer started asking me questions like what’s your name? where are you from?  Where do you live? Are you Shiite or Sunni? So I answered all his questions but I never said I’m Shiite.

In the beginning the two officers were very cooperative ,they  Said” don’t worry, we will let you go this time,  but since the department of traffic police has been informed  that there is a woman driving on the highway and  they know we stopped you too, so we cannot let you go or lie to them  but when our boss comes we will tell him that you were caught driving inside the nearby neighborhood, we don’t want him to know you were caught driving on the highway, because if we tell him you were caught driving on the highway you will be facing serious punishments, such as confiscation of your vehicle, 10 days behind bars and 5000 SR fee. So my brother and I swapped the seats, he followed the police to a nearby neighborhood and stopped the car there, we made the  scene perfect before the arrival of their boss.

As we are waiting for the other police cars to come, the Najdi police officer took my ID card to see my full name. Al Najjar is either a western Saudi name or eastern Saudi name and I had an eastern accent.  Knowing that the majority of people who are from eastern province are Shiite, the police became suspicious, so he asked me again ”are you Shiite?” But I refused to answer him, so he took my brother outside the car and asked him if he was Shiite and my brother said yes. We just knew the Najedi officer was up to no good.

An Hour later, another 2 police car and 4 police officers came. One of the police officer looked older than the others with a higher rank, he was clearly the boss, he came to me and asked me if I I was driving on the highway and I sticked to the plan and said’ No, I was driving inside the neighborhood’. However, The Najadi Officer started shouting at us calling us liars and that I was caught driving on the highway. His mate kept silent, I can tell he was shocked too.

Now saying I was driving in the neighborhood was not my plan at all, it was actually the police officers plan. but, The Najadi officer turned against us after he knew we were Shiite.

He drove the police car behind us inside a nearby neighborhood to make the scene perfect before the arrival of his boss. He also made us lie to his boss and then he started shouting at us calling us liars!! What’s even worse is that the Najdi officer told his boss that his mate was trying to help us and let us get away with it.

After about 2 hours of questioning, the 2 police cars left, They told us wait with the police. We kept waiting for another 30 minutes inside the car, they 2 police officers who stopped us kept waiting for us too. But then after a while the southern police officer gave me back my ID card he said it’s okay you can go now.

My brother and I went home, this time my brother was driving. The southern police officer later called me on the phone telling me was punished because his mate who turned against us told his boss that his mate was trying to help up!

I am not afraid of breaking the driving ban again; I will get a driving license first and will drive again.

Banning Hijab will discourage Saudi women from participating in the Olympics

Saudi Arabia has been under pressure from the International Olympic Committee and human-rights groups to include women athletes. It took months of negotiations with the Saudi Gov to finally approve the participation of women, under certain conditions, one is they have to obey the dress code of Islamic law. Later on, the International Judo Federation ruled that Shaherkani “will fight according to the principle and spirit of judo, so without a hijab.” This cultural and religious clash might pressure Saudi Arabia to pull out Wojdan Shaherkani, who is to compete in the +78kg judo category from the Olympics and this eventually will also discourage Saudi women from participating in the Olympics in the future. Shaherkani is due to compete in the women’s heavyweight tournament next Friday, but her participation could now be in doubt. The contraversiary is not only over wearing Hijab but also the fact the Wojdan is not a certified black belt, a stature required by Olympic regulations. The Saudi ladies have been called prostitutes of the Olympics / whores of the Olympics in a hashtag on twitter and most Islamic clerics and Shaikhs has stated that they are against Saudi women participation in the Olympics. I can tell that Saudi men are apparently not ready yet to welcome women in Sports as the two women marched behind the men, instead of walking side by side. Nevertheless, the two Saudi athletes appeared happy, smiling and waving to the crowd. a

Saudi Woman Converts to Christianity

A 28 year-old Saudi woman has decided to become Christian after she was convinced by Lebanese coworker to join the Christian religion. Saudi woman who is named Mariam left Saudi Arabia. The Lebanese Coworker along with Saudi man Helped Mariam to go to Bahrain then to Lebanon. The family of the girl is now suing the 2 guys in Saudi Arabia accusing them of misleading and deceiving their daughter.

Mariam appeared in video on youtube religious channel called   talking about how god showed her that Christianity is the right religion in her dreams. She says” I have asked god to show me the truth in my dreams and within a week  god showed me that Jesus is his son , if you are uncertain about your religion, if you feel lost, ask god to guide you and he will”

The above video shows Mariam talking to guy who was also Muslim and converted to Christianity. The video is in Arabic with no English subtitles.

Saudi twitter users have created 2 hashtags to talk about it  ‎#لبناني_ينصر_فتاة_سعودية‏ ‎#مريم_السعودية

Saudi people seems to be very angry and blaming that mix working environment, meaning both men and women working at the same place was the reason why she became christian and some has blamed it on her parents for not rising her well. Other people have accused her of being Shiite.  Some Saudis wrote in twitter that they want the Saudi gov to drag her back to Saudi Arabia and charge her with crime of apostasy. Yes, choosing a different religion that is not Islam is considered a crime in Saudi Arabia, and if a person proven that  she or he has left Islam, she/ or he will be facing death plenty after giving three chances to return back to Islam.

If Mariam brought back by the Saudi government, she will be charged for apostasy, and she will be given 3 chances to return to Islam, if she didn’t she will face death plenty,  in other term ” beheading”.

Mariam is not the first Saudi woman who converted to Christianity, Fatima Al Mutairi is believed to be murdered by her religious Muslim brother. It is believed that her brother has burnt her alive. I personally has read some of what she wrote back in 2008 in religious christian website, Fatima has never left Saudi Arabia. She was murdered by her brother. The Lebanese christian channels and website are the only one who reacted when they found out she was murdered. Very few Saudis know about Fatima Al Mutairi.  The website where Fatimah use to write is blocked. Unfortunately I lost the link but you can google the story of Fatimah.

Saudi online newspaper

I am very sure now after I publish this post Saudis will accuse me of encouraging people to convert to Christianity or would say I’m not a muslim. Just so you know I’m Muslim, but I don’t hate other people just because they read from different book.

”My choice is what i chose to do;
and if I’m causin no harm,
it shouldn’t bother you.
Your choice is who you chose to be;
and if your causin to harm, then your alright with me.”

Ben Harper

Saudi Activist Samar Badawi Wins Woman of Courage Award

Samar Badawi standing with her husband Waleed Abu Al Khair

Samar Badawi is a Saudi woman who won a lawsuit against her abusive father who has been abusing her for over 15 years. She fought against the male guardianship system which implies that women should respect their male guardian no matter what he does even if he was abusive. Unfortunately, Samar was charged of disobeying her father and was sentenced to jail, even though she had all the evidences needed to prove that her father is abusing her. Despite the injustice she went through she kept on fighting along with Waleed Abulkhair who was her lawyer at that time and now they are happily married couple. After spending about 6 months in jail Samar was released. She finally won the case against her abusive father  in 2010 but  unfortunatily, not against the male guardian system. Her uncle on her father side became her male guardian as per the court order. Samar became an activist and has been participating in activities to promote women rights in Saudi Arabia. You can read more about the story here.

So what control freak sick Saudi men think about Samar winning the prize?

When I read the comments on Samarprize twitter account I found a lot of hateful, sick comments accusing Samar Badawi of disobedience and for not following Islam laws. It’s No surprise that a lot of Saudi men are pissed off and feel threatened by Samar Badwai because she became an inspiration to Saudi women who are going through what she’ve been through with her father. Samar represents a huge number of Saudi women who are being abused by their male guardians.  Women in Saudi Arabia don’t usually speak about it because male guardians are legally protected by the government using fake human-made Islamic laws, made to control women using religion. You can read more about the guardianship system in Saudi Arabia here.

I Believe Samar is a worrier, courageous and bold for taking such a step. I take my hat-off to her, Wajiha Al Huwaider, Manal Al Sharif , Eman Al Nafjan and Many others who contributed in women to drive campaign through driving, blogging and twitting.

That’s why we’re waiting

Saudi woman have successfully won the battle against the ban of female driving in Saudi Arabia BUT unfortunately very few Saudi women have international driving license. Therefore, I don’t see any Saudi women driving
on the streets yet. I have seen the videos on YouTube and I know people who
know people who drove their cars but I have not seen any. That just tells me
that very few Saudi women own a driving license.

It’s very sad and unfortunate that Saudi Arabia has strict gender
segregation rules that prevent women from going to only males driving schools.

Two weeks ago Saudi women (who owns international driving license)
went out on the streets and started driving in public for the first time ever.

Saudi people were expecting the government to make a statement
regarding the ban of female driving but nothing came out. I personally
called 998 ( the traffic police) and asked them if women can go to local
driving schools. Their respond was ” We are waiting for an official statement
from the king that will be announced on TV soon, then you can get a driving
license from any Saudi driving schools here”. I said to myself ”this could be
a very historic day in Saudi Arabia and a huge step forward for equality”. However, nothing happened.

I don’t know how much longer I can wait; I am starting to run out
of patience.

Free Manal Al Sharif

Manal Al Sharif is a Saudi woman who was arrested because ..

Manal started a campaign on Facebook encouraging Saudi women who have valid driving licenses from other countries to drive on the 17th of Jun.

You can also follow Manal on Twitter.

This is a related post that I wrote back on 2007 about women in Saudi Arabia. I brought up the matter of how adult women are not allowed to drive even if they have a valid license while minor male children can. It sounds crazy but this is just another cultural restriction against women that does not make any sense.

Manal Al Sharif  promoting her campaign on YouTube.

This is a letter written by activist/s to King Abdullah, hoping that it will bring his attention to free Manal Al Sharif.

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

خادم الحرمين الشريفين          حفظه الله

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته              وبعد،،

نحن أبناء هذا الوطن الغالي آلمنا جداً خبر اعتقال المواطنة منال مسعود الشريف يوم
السبت الموافق 22/5/2011 على خلفية قيادتها لسيارتها في شوارع الخبر برفقة أخيها،
وما إن تنفسنا الصعداء بعد الإفراج عنها وأخيها مساء اليوم ذاته؛ إلا وفجعنا
باحتجازهما مرة أخرى فجر يوم الأحد بطريقة مهينة للوطن وأهله، حيث أوهمت بأن عليها
توقيع تعهد فقط، بينما الحقيقة كانت أنه تمهيد إلى اعتقال امتد حتى الآن، حيث أودعت
منال سجن الدمام ولم تزل فيه!
خادم الحرمين الشريفين لقد صرّحتم في عام 2007
لوكالة الأنباء الروسية بأن موضوع قيادة المرأة للسيارة يعد موضوعاً اجتماعياً ودور
الدولة فيه توفير المناخ الملائم لأي قرار يراه المجتمع..
كما صرّح سمو وزير
الداخلية النائب الثاني بـ أن قيادة المرأة للسيارة مسألة اجتماعية وليست دينية مما
يعني من الناحية النظرية أنه إذا أراد المجتمع رفع الحظر فلن تكون هناك
والأمر نفسه قاله سمو وزير الخارجية بـ: أن قرار قيادة المرأة للسيارة
راجع لأسرتها
وقد ذكر عضو هيئة كبار العلماء الشيخ عبدالله بن منيع أنه لا يوجد
من الناحية الدينية ما يمنع المرأة من قيادة السيارة.
عطفاً على أن النظام
الأساسي للحكم قد نص في مادته الثامنة والثلاثين على أن:العقوبة شخصية ولا جريمة
ولا عقوبة إلا بناءً على نص شرعي أو نص نظامي، ولا عقاب إلا على الأعمال اللاحقة
للعمل بالنص النظامي.
وحيث أن قيادة المرأة للسيارة ليس فيها نص شرعي أو نظامي
يمنعها وبالتالي لا تعتقل المرأة إذا قادت سيارتها بناء على أنه لا يجوز تقييد
تصرفات أحد أو توقيفه أو حبسه إلا بموجب أحكام النظام كما نصت على ذلك المادة
السادسة والثلاثون..
فإننا يا خادم الحرمين الشريفين نهيب بكم الإفراج فوراً عن
ابنة الوطن منال الشريف ورفع ما لحق بها من ظلم، حيث أنها قادت سيارتها برفقة أخيها
وموافقته ومعها رخصتها لقيادة السيارة المعترف بها بما يتوافق مع نظام المرور وما
ورد في مادته الثانية الفقرة 34.
كما أننا نعتقد أن الوقت قد حان لحسم مسألة
قيادة المرأة للسيارة بوضوح، أما أن يقال إنها مسألة اجتماعية وليس فيها ما يعتورها
من الناحية الدينية ثم بعد ذلك تعتقل المرأة إذا ساقت سيارتها فهذا عين الظلم،
ويبقينا في دائرة الراد والمردود عليه دون حسم، نحن في أمس الحاجة لنظام واضح حال
المنع أو حال السماح.
يا خادم الحرمين الشريفين لقد قلت قولتك المشهورة بأن
المرأة هي زوجتي وأمي وابنتي.. وابنتكم منال الشريف في السجن الآن دونما جرم
ارتكبته فهلا رفعت الظلم عنها.. كلنا يرجوا عاجلاً الحرية لمنال ..

الله ورعاكم ،،- د.محمد حامد الأحمري         مفكر وباحث
2- الأستاذ علي الدميني            أديب وحقوقي
3- وليد سامي أبو الخير             مرصد حقوق الإنسان في السعودية
4- سمر بدوي                         ناشطة حقوقية
5- نورة حمد الشويعر               ناشطة حقوقية
6- حسين ناصر الحسين            ناشط حقوقي
7- أحمد محمد الشريف              ناشط اجتماعي
8- جميلة جعفر كعكي                كاتبة ومهتمة بشؤون المرأة والمجتمع
9- عبد الإله راشد الغامدي          مهتم
10- هيفاء هاشم                         مواطنة
11- حمزة عبدالحميد آل الشيخ مبارك    أكاديمي
12- عبدالرحمن علي حركاتي     صحفي
13- هبة أحمد                         مواطنة
14- فواز سعد                        أكاديمي
15- رهف أسامة أحمد              طالبة ماجستير شؤون دولية
16- مدى عبدالعزيز دليوه          مواطنة
17- عهود التميمي                   طالبة جامعية
18- ضحى فيصل صبان           مواطنة
19- رأفت حسن حسوبه            مهندس معماري
20- عمر الجهني                    مهنسد تشغيل في أرامكو
21- مروة الخلف                    طالبة جامعية
22- سعد الحمدان                    موظف تسويق
23- جيلان خالد نور                مهتمة
24- سمر صالح الشيخ              كاتبة
25- وجدان عبدالله الشهري        طالبة جامعية
26-محمد أحمد الحبيب             مواطن
27- مي عبدالرحمن الجميعة      اخصائية نفسية
28- عبدالرحمن بن صالح البراك طالب جامعي
29- وائل صالح الجهني            مدون
30- مشاعل عدنان فقيرة           مواطنة
31- علي عبدالمتعالي عسيري   أكاديمي
32- مهند سلطان فراش            طالب جامعي
33- رهام جمبي                    قانونية ناشئة
34- هالة الحلبي                    مواطنة
35- عهود القثامي                 طالبة ماجستير
36- فؤاد سندي                    باحث قانوني
37- أحمد اليامي                  طالب جامعي
38- ريم محمد الشهري          طالبة جامعية
39- بشرى محمد الخرس       طالبة جامعية
40- عبدالعزيز مهنا الحبيل     أكاديمي سعودي
41- وليد عاصم الحربي        مستشار مالي
42- عزيزة محمد اليوسف     محاضرة في جامعة الملك سعود
43- تهاني الجهني               إعلامية
44- تهاني محمد الشهري      أكاديمية
45- محمد صادق الرمضان   طالب جامعي
46- فالح طلق الشلوي          باحث
47- ميساء عبدالله العمودي مقدمة ومعدة برامج
48- سمر سعد العبدالله         مهتمة
49- فاطمة عبدالله الهازمي    أكاديمية
50- شاكر بن موسى السفياني مستشار شرعي وقانوني
51- منى عبدالعزيز السليمان  طبيبة أسنان وطالبة دكتوراه
52- رياض الزهراني          ناشط اجتماعي
53- محمد الشامسي            طالب مبتعث
54- سحر محمد هشبل        طالبة جامعية
55- فاطمة السيهاتي           مهتمة
56- إسماعيل عبدالقدوس أبو السمح  إعلامي
57- مزن ناظر                 طالبة قانون
58- محمد علي الخليوي      مواطن
59- ريا الشريف               مدونة سعودية
60- خلود حسن الجشي       مواطنة
61- أريج عبدالعزيزالمنيعي  مواطنة
62- أفنان محمد الشبوي       طالبة جامعية
63- حنان التميمي              طالبة جامعية
64- البراء الشمري            طالب جامعي
65- أمجد عمر الحربي       مهندس
66- نواف الشنبري       طالب دكتوراه
67- جواهر محمد السبيعي  طالبة جامعية
68- أروى إبراهيم أبو زيد  مواطنة
69- ندى عطار              طالبة دكتوراه حاسب آلي
70- مي عبد الرحمن دهيثم   طالبة جامعية
71- حبيبة عبدالله           طالبة جامعية
72- أمل الخليفة            ناشطة حقوقية وطالبة دكتوراه في جامعة هارفرد
73- ليلى مبارك الشريف  طالبة في بريطانيا
74- أحمد غازي هاشم    طالب جامعي
75- أحمد سعيد الزهراني ناشط اجتماعي
76- هيثم بن عبدالله الماجد  مهتم
77- أنجي حسن الجارودي  موظفة بنك
78- محمد سعيد آل ثابت     طالب جامعي
79- د.هيثم فايز طيب        طبيب ومدون
80- دعاء سراج المطرفي  مدونة
81- ياسمين طلال عطار   موظفة بنك
82- حمزة كاشقري         ناشط ومتهم
83- أحمد محمد الشدوي   طالب جامعي
84- مشاري علي الغامدي أكاديمي ومدون
85- سلوى عبدالله الشهري مهتمة
86- محمد الشهري          معد برامج إذاعية
87- أحمد عيد الذيابي       طالب جامعي
88- هند عيسى               مواطنة
89- علاء الحارثي          مهتم
90- ليلى حسن الفرج       طالبة جامعية
91- تركي العبد الحي       إعلامي
92- بثينة محمد المعيقل    إخصائية موارد بشرية
93- سلمان عبد الرحمن الحويل  مواطن
94- محمد خالد العجيمي    ناشط ومهتم بالشأن العام
95- عبدالباسط عبدالكريم رضوان رجل أعمال
96- فهد الحازمي           مدون
97- عمار مدني             مهتم بالشأن العام
98- عبد الله الماكي         ماجستير في العقيدة وباحث وكاتب
99- منصور الحاج         ناشط حقوقي
100- فيصل الزهراني    ناشط ومهتم بالشأن العام
101-عبد المجيد البلوي   كاتب ومدون
102- عصام الزامل      مدون وباحث اقتصادي وكاتب
103- بدر عبدالله الجعفري  محامي
104- منى مسعد             إدارية بكلية جامعية
105- رتيلة فضل            طالبة جامعية
106- غدير بازهير         طالبة جامعية
107- منى مصلح الحربي  طالبة جامعية
108 – أروى ناصر العواجي طالبة جامعية
109- زهرة عيسى آل سويد        ممرضة
110- عبدالرحمن فائز الشهري  طالب ماجستير
111- صهيب زهير عسلان  قانوني
112- سامية القثامي         طالبة دكتوراه
113- رامي غازي شكري  مواطن
114- علي عبدالرحمن الغامدي  طالب خارج المملكة
115- نايف أزيبي           طالب دكتوراه
116- هيفا عبدالله المبارك   مواطنة
117- وفاء يوسف           أكاديمية
118- منال مصلح الغامدي  طالبة جامعية
119- مصعب عبدالله الرخيص طالب جامعي
120 – منال الهذلي         طالبة ماجستير
121- زهرة بن علي الشريف باحثة علمية
122- جواهر محمد آبار ناشطة اجتماعية
123- خلود عبدالرحمن الجهني مهتمة
124- ريهام طارق كلكتاوي طالبة جامعية
125- محمد الوليعي     باحث مالي
126- منى محمد عبدالله  معلمة
127- أ.هاني المنيعي
128- غادة محمد         محررة صحفية في صحيفة إيلاف
129- عبدالله سمير السعد  طالب جامعي وناشط اجتماعي
130- منى العمري        باحثة
131- رشا الناجم          طالبة
132- روان الثمالي       طالبة جامعية
133- هاني محمد الجراش   طالب جامعي
134- فهد حسن المخرج      طالب قانون
135- أشواق الغامدي      طالبة
136- علي محمد النمر    مصور فوتوغرافي وطالب جامعي
137- فرح آل إبراهيم     طالبة جامعية
138- حسن العطاس       طالب
139- فاطمة آل عمرو    إعلامية
140 – ريم حنبظاظة      محررة صحفية
141- أسعد عبدالله         أخصائي وباحث اجتماعي
142- يسرى الشنقيطي   طالبة قانون
143- مروة سقطي        طالبة جامعية
144- خالد المنيف         طالب جامعي
145- أيمن عبدالله الغامدي  طالب ماجستير
146- ذكرى الحربي       كاتبة
147- نوف محمد عبدالله  مواطنة
148- فواز عبدالله الودعاني  طالب جامعي
149- فهده عبدالله التميمي  طالبة ثانوي
150- عبدالله محمد حميد الدين  مواطن وباحث
151- بيان الجهني         طالبة إعلام ومدونة
152- مالك طلال مثنى    طالب جامعي
153- أحمد عسيري        طالب وناقد إعلامي
154- جينا هولتبي         طالبة
155- محمد إدريس الخواجة مهتم
156- دعاء صباغ          طالبة
157- ميعاد مصلح الحربي  طالبة جامعية
158- لمياء محمد الرميح    مواطنة ومصورة فوتوغرافية
159- عمر المحمودي       طالب جامعي
160- منال عبدالكريم       طالبة جامعية وناشطة حقوقية
161- تركي السلمي        أستاذ جامعي
162- علي سالم آل عائض  مهندس أبحاث
163- إيمان مصلح الحربي مهتمة بالشأن العام
164- معاذ هاشم             مواطن
165- سارة مصلح الحربي طالبة جامعية
166- سوسن محمد حسين   ربة منزل
167- ريما محمد بانكير
168- نواف القديمي         إعلامي وباحث ومؤلف
169- فؤاد الفرحان          ناشط ومدون
170- عائشة الفرحان      مهتمة بالشأن العام
171- حسام عبدالرحمن غبرة  طاب طب ومدون
172- محمد بن أحمد عبيدالله     إعلامي
173- عبدالرحمن خالد الخياط   مهتم بالشأن العام
174- مهند فرحان الغامدي       مهتم بالشأن العام
175- منال الزهراني              كاتبة ومدونة
176- نوف عبدالعزيز             مدونة
177- أحمد باقضوض             مدون
178- حمدان يوسف الحمدان     ناشط ومهتم بالشأن العام
179- صالح طارق الرشود       مهتم بالشأن العام
180- ياسر زكريا الهندي         مهتم بالشأن الثقافي والاجتماعي
181- طارق النزر                 مهتم بالشأن العام
182- عبدالله العباسي              مهتم بالشأن العام
183- مروة إحسان فقيه           مدونة
184- محمد حديجان الحربي     ناشط حقوقي
185- أنس عبدالرحيم المنتشري طالب جامعي
186- علي آل دبيس                طالب جامعي
187- محمد محمود السراج       فني صيانة
188- آلاء عثمان                   طالبة
189- رامي سعيد الغامدي        مهندس
190- مريم إبراهيم بلال          مديرة مشروع
191- صالح عبدالله العامر       محامي
192- رفاء البوعلي               طالبة جامعية
193- إيمان العمر                 طالبة متخرجة
194- نورا عبدالله العليان        مهتمة ومواطنة
195- سلمى الأسعد               طالبة جامعية
196- البراء محضار             طالب جامعي
197- خلود الصيعري            مواطنة
198- العذوب عبدالعزيز        طالبة جامعية
199- عفاف صالح الوادعي    معلمة
200- أحمد هاني الشريف       طالب جامعي
201- رامة نزيه نصيف         طالبة جامعية
202- أنوار علي الصميخي     طالبة جامعية
203- محمد عبدالله البصيري   طالب
204- عيسى ماجد المرزوق    مهندس
205- عبير علي الحديثي    مواطنة
206- فرح عبدالعزيز السويل  مواطنة
207- عمر باحارث             طالب جامعي
208- بلسم فايز آل سيف       طالبة جامعية
209- فاطمة سلمان الحبيب   طالبة جامعية
210- سهير الشهري           طالبة دكتوراه
211- زينب عبدالله إبراهيم   طالبة جامعية
212- محمد عبدالله النمر     طالب مبتعث
213- هالة الدوسري          باحثة في الخدمات الصحية
214- عبدالعزيز قطب       طالب جامعي
215- ابتسام علي             طالبة ماجستير
216- وفاء محمد أحمد      مواطنة
217- نوف المحيسن         مسؤولة موارد بشرية

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