هذي أسمها مودل خلود بالقرية التراثية في مدينة أشيقر بالسعودية ، بعض الناس تشوفه (حياة طبيعية) والبعض الآخر يشوفه (عهر، وفجور) …!! pic.twitter.com/ObqEo8dKGN
— خالد عبدالعزيز🇸🇦 (@KHALED_Z_KSA_24) July 16, 2017
Saudi Arabian authorities are investigating a video of a woman publicly wearing a crop top and mini skirt in the country’s most conservative region.
The model, Khulood, posted a video of herself on Snapchat walking around a historic fort in Ushayqir, which is in the Najd province of Saudi Arabia. This is the region where Wahhabism originated.
In perhaps the most conservative Middle Eastern country, women are not allowed to wearing anything but abayas in public or a full-faced niqab. While reporting the story, Saudi Arabian media blurred out Khulood’s midriff and legs.
Of course, the video led to a variety of comments online – some for, some against. Some said that she should abide by the laws of the country, while others applauded her for her bravery.
— Nederlander (@NederlandsGrond) July 18, 2017
— We are our choices (@SELECTI0NS) July 18, 2017
Oh wow it's a woman walking in a mini-skirt. Get over it.
— Andrew (@elixxur) July 19, 2017
Why can't you just let people live their own lives? It's not up to you to judge others!
— Timothy Flanigan (@timfbiron) July 18, 2017