The petition has accrued 413 signatures so far, as well as multiple comments of support.
She says she did not contact the magazine before starting the petition.
Her petition has gathered more than 15,000 signatures since its start on Thursday.
In 2007, Abulkhair co-authored a petition calling on the Saudi royal family to accept a constitutional monarchy.
The Deport Justin Bieber petition, has already garnered the necessary number of signatures to elicit a White House response.
She went to Congress, presented her petition, and received her pension.
This petition does not imply, therefore, that we are to make God's name holy.
If I am not mistaken, such a petition would have some effect.
The praying of this petition presupposes a penitent state of heart.
Three times he kissed the earth, and presented his petition.
early 14c., "a supplication or prayer, especially to a deity," from Old French peticion "request, petition" (12c., Modern French pétition) and directly from Latin petitionem (nominative petitio) "a blow, thrust, attack, aim; a seeking, searching," in law "a claim, suit," noun of action from past participle stem of petere "to make for, go to; attack, assail; seek, strive after; ask for, beg, beseech, request; fetch; derive; demand, require," from PIE root *pet-, also *pete- "to rush; to fly" (cf. Sanskrit pattram "wing, feather, leaf," patara- "flying, fleeting;" Hittite pittar "wing;" Greek piptein "to fall," potamos "rushing water," pteryx "wing;" Old English feðer "feather;" Latin penna "feather, wing;" Old Church Slavonic pero "feather;" Old Welsh eterin "bird"). Meaning "formal written request to a superior (earthly)" is attested from early 15c.
c.1600, from petition (n.). Related: Petitioned; petitioning.