Internet radio is being run for Saudi women rights from a small room in an unknown country.
During the programs broadcasting on women’s violence against women in Gulf states on the Normally FM station, sad music is played in the background.
The program’s host’s sound emotionally shouted everyone when he was describing Sarah’s murder story of Sarah’s family.
Sarah was 33 years old and she was working after graduation. She lived with her parents and wanted to marry a young man.
A 27-year-old woman with a BBC Arabic service, who is a specialist, said, ‘Sarah’s dreams are over when her 22-year-old brother kills her five shots, though Sara’s engagement Parents agreed.
He said that this news was also published on the media.
The host also described the story of Hanumanami who had committed suicide in 2013. The reason was that his brother and Anak killed them and said that they should not marry their fiancee.
Adarth says that these cases are common, but they are a lightweight.
Three weeks ago, the feminine FM created its account on Twitter and announced that it would run the program every week, which would be a silent majority.
People from the radio have also been given the message to volunteer work in the production and production of the material.
In the past two weeks, two FM programs have been broadcast from the FM Station, which consist of an hour period. For this, a microphone used to be a laptop and editing software and live audio streaming website mixer.
Due to production and sound error, it was happening that this project is not being run on a professional basis.
Adhar says that it is not yet expected that they would get a lot of audience initially, but hopefully their numbers will increase because the station is increasing awareness for the rights of women.
‘We have started this project to save this stage of history. So that people should know us, we were original, we were present. ‘
Despite staying out of Saudi Arabia, Adhur did not want to explain more about himself as much as he was afraid of any revenge.
He says Saudi authorities can terminate the Twitter account at any time, and we will lose our views while through the radio program we get the chance to record the program and broadcast on other platforms.
According to the UN, 17 people have been arrested for women rights activists and criticizing the Saudi government since the mid-May.
Many of these are charged with serious crimes of crime, including contacts with suspicious foreign parties. If those undercover individuals are indicted, then they may be imprisoned for more than 20 years.
The feminine has two hosts and nine female producers in the FM. Two of them are Saudi citizens and some women are in Saudi Arabia.
These women say they have a difficult relationship with them because they live in areas where there is a difference in time, then there are some who can not be able to do all the time due to their work and their studies.
Adhar says he is a worker who uses media to express his views.
He says that he wrote articles in recent contemporary newspapers in Lebanon but he was not hacked. They believe that the rejection is their controversial ideas about society, religion and politics.