NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 01, 2007
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(Washington: Lisa Myers) The case in Saudi Arabia in which a woman was gang raped and then sentenced for meeting with an unrelated man reviewed; details given of the call from the victim's husband for the king to intervene and his criticism of the Saudi courts and the broader debate over the treatment of women in the country. [Saudi Arabian women's rights activist Ibtihal MUBARAK- calls the sentence unjust.] [Human Rights Watch Christoph WILCKE- comments on the trial and the woman's courage.]
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