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Broken law during a concert: Women convicted for hugging Arab male singer and faced harassment charges

Saudi Arabia women apprehended for hugging male singer Majid al-Mohandas during a concert.

In the midst of an applauding concert, Majid al-Mohandas who was performing during a festival in the western city of Taif got a super fan moment when women hugged her tightly.

She hugged her so tight that it took 3 to 4 security guards to tangle her off from Majid. As per Saudi Arabia law, women’s aren’t allowed to interact or tangle with strangers during any occasion or event. Mohandas kept quiet about the incident and didn’t speak anything regarding this matter.

The singer is from Iraq and he is popularly renowned as “The prince of Arab”. Apparently, the singer maintained the entertaining performance after the incident and completed the concert without any sign of distress on the face.  

A public prosecutor will now consider harassment charges against the woman, police told Okaz, a leading Saudi newspaper, and Efe news agency.

Saudi Arabia has many laws against the women’s like alcohol prohibition, modest clothing which doesn’t allow them to live with freedom. An epitome of such harshness can be observed when after many long years they got licensed to drive cars.  

The time is healing the Saudi Arabia women’s burden as Prince Mohammed bin Salman is freeing from many restrictions against them. Recently along with licensing to drive they are also allowed to attend football concert.

Women’s still have many burdens which don’t may uphold the near future. One of them is the freedom to wear. They are forced to wear hijab in public places and restaurant. There are few mentioned in this article but the list is Certainly long which forced by a democratic country.