12 Jun '11, 11am

Canadian Mother Nathalie Morin Detained in Saudi Arabia:

Canadian Mother Nathalie Morin Detained in Saudi Arabia:

For five years, Nathalie Morin has been a prisoner in her own home. Morin, a Canadian citizen, lives with her common-law husband, Saeed Al Shahrani, and their three children in Saudi Arabia. The last time she was able to leave the country and visit Canada was in 2006. Since then, the 26 year old and her children have been held captive by Shahrani. This week Morin was apprehended by the police for leaving her home with the children without her husband's permission and she will now have to face the Saudi courts. The website Soutien a Nathalie Morin , a website in support of Morin and her three children Samir, Abdullah and Sarah, describes the horrible situation she is in: Nathalie Morin was born in 1984 in Quebec. She is a Canadian citizen who is being held against her will in Saudi Arabia by her common law husband, Saeed Al Sharahni, since March 2005. She is physically and ...

Full article: http://www.care2.com/causes/human-rights/blog/canadian-mo...

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