The UN on Wednesday qualified a Saudi lady for refuge in Australia.
In a statement to NPR, Australia’s Department of Homeland Security said: “The UNHCR has referred Ms Rahaf Mohammed al-Qanun to Australia for consideration for refugee resettlement.”
Australia had said on Tuesday it would consider giving her exile status if the UN qualified her as an outcast.
Al-Qanun fled her family last Monday dreading mistreatment after she reprimanded Islam. She drew worldwide consideration after she opened up to the world on dangers to her life on Twitter.
Authorities in Bangkok International Airport have enabled her to remain in Thailand, where she was later set under the assurance of the UN Refugee Agency. She was endeavoring to travel to Australia through Thailand.
Al-Qanun additionally rejected to see her dad and sibling who traveled to Bangkok, as indicated by media reports.