2 Saudi sisters fled the country and are live-tweeting their pleas for asylum. They say their father and brothers are trying to chase them down.

Two sisters from Saudi Arabia are pleading for asylum in a series of social media posts after fleeing their home country to the nation of Georgia, near the southern border of Russia.

Maha al-Subaie, 28, and Wafa al-Subaie, 25, launched a Twitter account called “Georgia Sisters” to raise awareness to their situation.

They say they are fleeing “oppression” in Saudi Arabia, and that their brother and father are pursuing them. They were not specific about

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