Commenting on the “purple carpet” of the reception ceremony … Loujain Al-Hathloul’s sisters reveal the “code name” of the Saudi activist


Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The two sisters of the conditionally released Saudi activist, Loujain Al-Hathloul, commented on Saudi Arabia’s choice of “purple carpet” for the guest reception ceremony, Friday, and one of them pointed to a Reuters report that stated that the nom de guerre of Jane when she was spied on was Violet Sword.

Lina Al-Hathloul said on her official Twitter page, commenting on the news of choosing the purple carpet to receive the guests: “The day they spied on Loujain, they called her the purple sword, and then I know why,” she said.

For her part, Alia Al-Hathloul commented on the news reported by the Saudi Ministry of Culture on the same subject, saying: “In a report to Reuters, when Lujain Al-Hathloul was spied on, she was given a kinetic name, which is the purple sword, meaning the purple sword. She deserves Jane the most beautiful colors.”

Lina and Alia launched the hashtag “Lujain Violet Sword” on Twitter, in reference to what they said was the code name for their sister, who was released on February 10, 2021 while maintaining the condition of preventing her from traveling, according to her family.

The Saudi Ministry of Culture had published the news of choosing the purple carpet for the reception ceremony, saying on its official Twitter page: “From the inspiration of our natural heritage, the lavender flower prints its striking color on the carpet of the reception ceremony,” she said.


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