- Rahaf Alqunun's case shines light on how Saudi Arabia's guardianship system controls women ABC News
- Fears Saudi asylum case could increase risks to women in repressive countries ABC News
- 'Afraid I'd be killed like Khashoggi': Saudi teen's desperate plea to Australia SBS News
- Rahaf al-Qunun: Labor says Saudi refugee should be resettled in Australia The Guardian
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The case of Rahaf Alqunun, which has exploded on social media and made headlines around the world, has drawn attention to Saudi Arabia's strict guardianship system. This is how it works.
Lawyers and activists warn the high-profile case of Saudi Arabian teenager Rahaf Alqunun could increase the risks faced by women in repressive countries, even as it inspires more to make attempts to escape.
Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun told SBS News her father and brother being in Bangkok is a “danger to her.”
Bill Shorten urges Scott Morrison to accept Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun now that the UN has validated her refugee claim