Rahaf Al-Qunun publishes an exciting picture

September 13, 2020

Egyptian news vision: - Rahaf Al-Qunun, a young Saudi woman, a refugee in Canada, published prosaic photos with which he went to the front of follow-up and intimacy.

The photo that Rahaf Al-Qunun posted was of a tiger sitting on his back, a naked woman, and commented: "I love .. I am tied .. I bear."

She also posted another picture showing a naked girl sitting in a circle. I attached her to a comment that said: "You are perfect and you will never need someone to complete you and you will always remain perfect."

Rahaf Al-Qunun has always been subjected to harsh criticism and did not give up the young woman, and she recently announced that she had her first child and married the young man, Lovolo Andy, who is of black skin, and often publishes things related to the rights of women and homosexuals.

Rahaf fled her family in 2019 and holed up inside a hotel room at Bangkok International Airport, to avoid the Thai authorities deporting her.

She also refused to meet her family or return with them, and then the Thai authorities allowed her to leave the airport after talks with the United Nations refugee agency, before Canada granted her asylum.

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