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Saudis slam ‘dancing girls’ on Riyadh streets

      Published on Saturday, 23 March , 2019      431 Views     
Saudis slam ‘dancing girls’ on Riyadh streets

  • Saudi Arabia Business

A state of anger has prevailed across social media networks after a number of Saudi girls posted videos of them dancing in Riyadh’s streets.

The video showed footages of 12 prominent male and female dancers who were preparing for a public show, which is reportedly taking place in Riyadh “soon”.

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Social media activists were split into some whom were supporting the dancers and the fact that the Islamic kingdom was becoming an “open-minded country”. Others strongly criticised them.

Saudi has shaken up its social, cultural, political and economic scenes driven by its 33-year-old Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman.

This including the reopening of cinemas for the first time in 40 years.

Category Saudi Arabia Business | 2019/03/23 latest update at 9:00 PM
Source : MEMO | Photocredit : Google
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