An 18-year-old asylum seeker from Saudi Arabia, has been held since Sunday against their will at the airport of Bangkok and is to be sent back to their home. As the young woman and Human Rights Watch, the AFP news Agency said she was stopped on the run from her family at Bangkok’s international airport by Saudi Arabian and Kuwaiti Embassy representatives, who took away her passport.
The chief of the Thai immigration authority, Surachate Hakparn, confirmed that the 18-year-old Rahaf Mohammed M Alkunun was denied at the time of their arrival from Kuwait of the entry. You’ve had no papers, no return ticket and no money, he told AFP. She had fled from home to escape a forced marriage. Now you have fear that “they might get in trouble if she returns to Saudi Arabia and back”.
The Thai authorities had contacted the Saudi Arabian Embassy to the other procedures, said the head of the immigration authority. Accordingly, the young woman is currently in an airport hotel and should be returned on Monday morning after Saudi-Arabia. “These are family problems,” he added.
“they took away my passport”
Rahaf contradicted the information provided by the authorities chiefs. You didn’t want to travel to Thailand, but have been on the way to Australia, where she wanted to apply for asylum. She wanted to escape the physical and emotional abuse by her family in Saudi Arabia.
her male guards have them displayed, because they had traveled without his permission. You will then be the Exit of the plane in Bangkok by representatives of the Kuwait and Saudi Arabian Embassy had been stopped, she continued. “They took away my passport.” Rahaf assured that you have a visa for Australia.
“My family is very strict,” says the young woman. So it had been a year and a half long shut up in her room, because the hair got cut. She was sure that she would come if he were to return to Saudi Arabia to jail. “And I’m a hundred percent sure that you will kill me as soon as I get out of the prison.” You have fear and lose currently, all the hope, she added.