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Lasloom's documents were confiscated by Filipino airport officials in the International Zone. This is a rare documented case in the history of female liberation in Saudi Arabia ,   bearing many parallels to that of Princess Misha'al. Under the Saudi guardianship system adult women must obtain permission from a male guardian to travel abroad, marry, or be released from prison, and may be required to provide guardian consent to work or get health care. Furthermore, only recently were women given the right to drive. These restrictions last from birth until death, as women are, in the view of the Saudi state, permanent legal minors.
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Lasloom's documents were confiscated by Filipino airport officials in the International Zone. This is a rare documented case in the history of female liberation in Saudi Arabia ,   bearing many parallels to that of Princess Misha'al. Under the Saudi guardianship system adult women must obtain permission from a male guardian to travel abroad, marry, or be released from prison, and may be required to provide guardian consent to work or get health care.
Furthermore, only recently were women given the right to drive. These restrictions last from birth until death, as women are, in the view of the Saudi state, permanent legal minors. Her case sparked global outrage with millions of sympathizers around the world. The role Philippines authorities played in Lasloom's return is unclear. As a party to the Refugee Convention and the Convention against Torture , the Philippines has an obligation not to return anyone to a territory where they face persecution because of their sex or a real risk of torture or cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment.
No face is shown in the video. In the testimony, she claimed that she would be killed upon return to her family. Lasloom stated in the self-recorded video that the Philippine authorities had held her at the Manila airport, and confiscated her passport. If my family come they will kill me. If I go back to Saudi Arabia I will be dead.
Dina told the airport workers that she was in danger the entire time. Several times she cried hysterically to them that she needed help. They ignored her.
You are not helping, you don't know him," referring to her uncle. Another witness published a video on YouTube where several security personnel are seen and Lasloom is heard screaming in the background from the airport in Manila. Calls by activists to the police department at Manila International airport were not answered on the night of Tuesday 11 April It is understood that the airport confirmed Lasloom's detention with an Amnesty International representative.
Initially, Filipino officials denied any knowledge of Lasloom being detained. The Filipino government has been widely condemned by many groups for their poor response to the situation,  including Human Rights Watch director Kenneth Roth , who described it as appalling. The only information provided to why Lasloom's transfer to Sydney was stopped by the Filipino airport authorities was that a very important person had called and told them to hold her documents, without further information.
Feminist activist Moudhi Aljohani, who claims to have talked to Lasloom on the phone,  is quoted in a report in The Australian saying Lasloom avoided a first attempt to force her onto a plane to Saudi Arabia "by screaming and physically resisting, attracting the attention of other passengers.
An airline security official told Human Rights Watch that he saw two airline security officials and three apparently Middle Eastern men enter the hotel and go to her room, which he said was near the lobby.
He said he heard her screaming and begging for help from her room, after which he saw them carry her out with duct tape on her mouth, feet, and hands. He said she was still struggling to break free when he saw them put her in a wheelchair and take her out of the hotel.
A witness quoted in The Australian said she saw a woman being pulled out of a room with her mouth taped shut, and her body was wrapped in a sheet. This is assumed to have been done by her two uncles and a member of the Saudi Embassy. They looked Arab," another woman, who declined to give her name, told The Australian. A third witness claimed to have seen "A security officer and three middle eastern men doing this". She was later forced onto a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight, the pilots and crew of which were reportedly aware and supportive of Lasloom being returned to Riyadh against her will, siding heavily with her uncles.
Despite conflicting reports at the time about whether or not Lasloom was in fact on the flight, passengers in route to Riyadh began reporting on social media that there was a hostage aboard, prompting the governments of Oman and Qatar to refuse the aircraft passage through their airspace. While only confirmed to confidential sources and not officially verified, this is supported by flight path records, which show an abrupt change in direction and trajectory to avoid the airspace of Oman and Qatar.
Saudi campaigners reported that she was seen arriving in the country in a wheelchair, while multiple passengers exiting the airport told Reuters they had seen a woman being carried onto the plane screaming, before taking off in Manila, Philippines. A rare gathering of about 10 Saudi activists appeared in the arrivals area of the Riyadh airport around midnight on 12 April , after a hashtag began circulating on social media urging people to "receive Dina at the airport.
Saudi-based journalist Vivien Nereim,  who was at the airport, said there were no signs of the young girl, but confirmed the Saudi Human Rights Commission was following the case. She did however collect testimonies from witnesses on the plane who described "a woman being carried on the flight screaming",  suggesting that she was brought onto the plane against her will, which is illegal in the Philippines according to the Republic Act ,  as this happened in the International zone , where Philippine law applies.
Two other witnesses stated they heard her cry for help, but it was impossible to determine her condition because she was covered. The Embassy of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in the Republic of the Philippines confirms the incorrectness of what has been circulated on some social media platforms The event brought to the forefront women's rights in Saudi Arabia and male guardianship laws.
Amid ongoing public outcry, Lasloom's current whereabouts remain unknown. Sources stated that she is held at the Correctional Facility for Women in Riyadh while further procedures are being taken by the authorities in her case.
On 19 April , a Saudi government official with knowledge of the case, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told Bloomberg that she was being held in a detention facility for women aged under 30 as a precaution and does not face any charges, and authorities are trying to find "appropriate solutions" to allow her to live a normal life. Moudhi Aljohani said Lasloom's uncles hit her and told her they would kill her when they landed in Saudi Arabia. She criticized rights organizations for doing little to aid in the situation and then called on people not to be silent.
Human Rights Watch called on Saudi Arabia to reveal whether Lasloom is with her family or is being held by the state at a shelter.
Lasloom's story triggered protest outside Saudi embassies in several countries around the world, most notably by the Labour Party in Ireland. The case continues to receive widespread media coverage due to the extreme and legally questionable nature of Lasloom's extradition.
On 7 May , Russia Today published an entire segment on the event. On 6 September , Saudi Arabian sisters aged 18 and 20 fled their guardians while on a family vacation in Sri Lanka , and flew to Hong Kong , with the intention of seeking asylum in Australia. Their case made international headlines when their deadline for asylum passed in February , during which time they cited fears of being returned to Saudi Arabia like Dina Ali Lasloom.
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