Saudi girl's online post in miniskirt draws conservative ire

Saudi girl's online post in miniskirt draws conservative ireDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A young Saudi woman sparked a sensation online over the weekend by posting a video of herself in a miniskirt and crop top walking around in public, with some Saudis calling for her arrest and others rushing to her defense.


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