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The wealth of musical events in Saudi Arabia appears to be part of a much-publicised liberalisation drive launched last year by Prince Mohammed, who wants to modernise the petro-state by reducing restrictions on cultural expression and women’s rights.The royal won plaudits last year for ending the decades-long edict banning women from driving - the last law of its kind in the world.HRF said that the planned appearance by Minaj at the festival would be “at odds with the rapper's participation in festivities in New York marking Gay Pride month in June”.The advocacy organisation also called on the Trinidad and Tobago-born star to “refuse the regime's money” and instead use her influence to demand the release of the detained women activists.Other reforms spearheaded by the prince include the re-opening of public cinemas for the first time since the 1980s, the lifting of a ban on music concerts and plans to allow women into sports stadiums.
In April, the Saudi authorities beheaded five men who allegedly confessed to having had gay sex.
The six-second clip sparked a heated debate in the country, with conservatives demanding her arrest pitted against reformers applauding her bravery.
The woman was summoned for questioning by police, but later released without charge.
Women are required to limit the amount of time spent with men to whom they are not related.
The majority of public buildings, including offices, banks and universities, have separate entrances for the different sexes, The Daily Telegraph reports.