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Wajdi Al-Ghazzawi

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Wajdi Al-Ghazzawi Since August 2012, Al-Ghazzawi has been detained at a Mecca Prison Since August 2012, Al-Ghazzawi has been detained at a Mecca Prison in Saudi Arabia after returning from Egypt where he set up home for many years. His occupation has varied over time and includes being a media Read more

Human Rights Situation for the First Quarter

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الحالة الحقوقية في السعودية حتى مارس 2015 A summary of the human rights situation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the first quarter of 2015 Human rights are rights that are inherent to all human beings, whatever ones nationality, place of residence, sex, ethnic origin, religion, language or any Read more

HUMAN RIGHTS IN SAUDI ARABIA – 2014

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Human Rights Situation in Saudi Arabia 2014 Instead of improving, the human rights situation in Saudi Arabia has steadily deteriorated in recent years. Frustration is growing among Saudi citizens who see no prospect for any sort of reform on the part of the government. The ranks of prisoners of conscience Read more

Saudi Arabia’s War on Freedom

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حرب على الحرية أم حرب على الإرهاب؟ A report on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s ‘War on Terror’ and the decline of human rights. The War on Terror or the War on Freedom?   To the Saudi People: Remain peaceful and seek your rights by all legitimate means and do not Read more

Freedom of Assembly and Association

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Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association (Article 20 of the UDHR). 31Action Taken States Parties recognise the right of the child to freedom of association and to freedom of peaceful assembly (Article 15 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, to which Saudi Read more

The Jeddah Reformers

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The story of the Jeddah reformists is a long and ongoing one. Activists that have decided not to sign an apology and pledge to obtain a “Royal Pardon” face a long and hefty jail sentence. This story began on the 2nd of February 2007 when the Saudi authorities raided Essam Read more