Mideast Saudi Arabia Women Driving
This Nov. 30, 2014 picture done from video expelled by Loujain al-Hathloul, shows her pushing towards a United Arab Emirates – Saudi Arabia limit before her detain on Dec. 1, 2014, in Saudi Arabia.
Loujain al-Hathloul—AP

The dual women have been in apprehension for scarcely a month

A Saudi terrorism justice will try dual women who were incarcerated after defying a anathema on womanlike drivers in a kingdom.

Activists contend their cases have been eliminated to a specialized justice that deals with terrorism cases since of comments a dual done on amicable media, a BBC reports.

Twenty-five-year-old Loujan al-Hathloul was arrested on Dec. 1 after attempting to expostulate to Saudi Arabia from a United Arab Emirates (UAE). And 33-year-old Maysa al-Amoudi, a Saudi publisher who lives in a UAE, was also arrested as she arrived border.

“This is not an removed case,” Saudi romantic Hala al-Dosari told a BBC. “This is usually a approach to unequivocally quell a movement of campaigning and [the] rendezvous of citizens.”

Saudi Arabia is a usually nation in a universe that bans women from driving.