Saudi sisters Asra and Amaal Aslehli feared persecution for sexuality, new theory emerges

A new theory has emerged two Saudi sisters found dead could have feared persecution for their sexuality after it was revealed they attended a queer event.

Asra Abdullah Alsehli, 24, and Amaal, 23, were discovered in their Canterbury unit in Sydney’s southwest on June 7.

Detectives have yet to determine the cause of their death months later and are chasing several leads.

A woman, who wished to remain anonymous, said she met the sisters at a girls-only queer event in January, The Guardian…

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