Rayana Barnawi, the first Arab woman to travel to space

At the request of the Riyadh regime, a private company, in agreement with NASA, sent two Saudis, including a stem cell scientist, to the space station.

Scientist Rayana Barnawi and astronaut Ali Al-Qarni arrive at the International Space Station Reuters

Five years later Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Lifting the ban on women driving, the regime led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman took another giant step in its global public relations strategy by sending it into space …

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