But Bahrain and Thailand have also shown signs that they can move under international pressure
Last month, a Saudi Arabian woman who said she was fleeing her family's abuse in the hotel room at Bangkok Airport and backing her up on the Internet. Female Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun, 18, was allowed to leave the airport after two days of dismissal and was granted asylum in Canada
. al-Araibi has received extensive support from the international sports world, including FIFA, the International Organization for International Football Supervision, and the leaders of the International Olympic Committee and the World Players Association, who are 85,000 professional athletes worldwide. . Jamie Vardy, England's Premier League Leicester City striker expressed support p. Al-Aaibi on Twitter and Craig Foster, a broadcaster and former Australian men's captain, were important
"This is a huge victory for this global campaign and football will have an important role to play in human rights," Phil Robertson, Human Rights Watch Deputy Director of Asia. "They call a nice game of football and it's a nice day for a beautiful game."
p. Foster, who records FIFA officials and summoned his support p. Al-Aaibi, when he appeared at the meeting last week, expressed his gratitude to the Thai Government for having suspended the case.
"The most important thing right now is Hakeem immediately," said Mr. Hackem. Foster Twitter published a decision. "The real embassy staff will take care of it, tonight there will be tears as we are now in our home." news agency reported. The details of their discussions were not published.
The decision to quit was announced after the Bahrain Government told Thai diplomats that it did not want it, said Chatchom Akapin, Director General of the Director General of Thai Advocate
"This morning we received information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that Bahrain is no longer he is interested in issuing Hakeem, ”he said. "The Prosecutor General has therefore decided that the hearing is not helpful."