When Ibrahim Mohammad Lawal's neighbor became ill, he took the 63-year-old woman to the local hospital. In most countries, that sort of thing is considered a good deed. Unfortunately, Lawal was in Saudi Arabia's, which isn't one of them. He was seized by religious police on charges of being alone with a woman not related to him and held in jail for some 50 days.
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