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From The Human Rights Council in Geneva: Fears for Saudi Civil Society due to arbitrary arrests and political executions

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لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا Human Rights Organisations raised concerns regarding the continued illegal practice of arbitrary detentionby some states, such as Saudi Arabia. During an oral intervention from Zena AlEsia (a researcher representing ESOHR), a statement was presented withNGO Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB), at the Human Council in Geneva during its 33rd session on Thursday ... Read More »

Coinciding with the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, Saudi human rights organizations organise an event on Torture in Saudi Arabia

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لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا Coinciding with the International Day in Support of the Victims of Torture, Saudi human rights organizations, including, the European Saudi Organization for Human Rights, have organised an seminar event entitled “The Reality of torture in Saudi Arabia and the role local and international actors.” The seminar event will be held in the German capital of Berlin, ... Read More »

ESOHR submits written statement on Saudi Arabia to the Human Rights Council

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On the occasion of the 32nd session of the Human Rights Council, ADHRB submitted a written statement to the Council regarding women’s rights in Saudi Arabia. Please continue reading for the full text, or click here to read a PDF of the statement. Women’s Rights in Saudi Arabia On behalf of Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain and European-Saudi ... Read More »

ESOHR 2016 Shadow torture report on Saudi Arabia submitted to UNCAT

ESOHR 2016 Shadow torture report

Introduction: This report examines some aspects of Saudi Arabia’s second periodic report,1 which will be addressed within the upcoming second review of Saudi Arabia by the Committee against Torture. The report is based on research conducted in February and March 2016 and focuses on individuals detained by the Saudi authorities in the Eastern Province in relation to activities perceived as ... Read More »

At a Seminar about Saudi Executions’ in Berlin: the Role of the Lawyer is Theatrical and no Transparency in Trials

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لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا The European Saudi Organization for Human Rights held a seminar event in the German capital of Berlin on 19th April 2016, entitled “100 Day from the largest mass execution in the history of Saudi Arabia: legal transgressions and future risks”. ‘Democracy and Human Rights House’ hosted the symposium. The esteemed panelists included: Saudi human rights lawyer ... Read More »

7 Human Rights NGOs Provide accurate information Torture in Saudi Arabia to the UN, after Receiving Wrong Information From the Saudi Government

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لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا After arbitrary detention and enforced disappearance, Makki al-Orayedh was killed in police station and signs of torture were seen on his body | European-Saudi Organisation for Human Rights As part of the international effort to protect and promote human rights in Saudi Arabia, several organizations, including the European Saudi Organization for Human Rights (ESOHR), partook in ... Read More »

ESOHR organises seminar in Berlin to mark 100 days since the largest mass execution in Saudi Arabian history

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The European Saudi organization for Human Rights (ESOHR) has organised a seminar entitled: ‘100 Days since the Largest Mass Execution in Saudi History: Legal Transgressions and Future Risks’. The seminar will commence on 18th April 2016, in the House of Democracy and Human Rights in Berlin, with ZenaAleisa as the ESOHR moderator. The panel will consist of TahaAlHajji, prominent Saudi ... Read More »

ESOHR brings up the suffering of a quarter of a million stateless in Saudi Arabia, and calls for radical and urgent solutions

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  لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا The European Saudi Organization for Human Rights (ESOHR) published a report on: Deprivation of nationality in Saudi Arabia: a quarter of a million people, and a suffering for nearly half a century The report pointed out that there are nearly 250 thousand inhabitants residing in Saudi Arabia without nationalities and talked about the various sufferings ... Read More »

In concurrence with holding the 31th session of the UNHRC, Saudi Organizations comments on the ignorance and full deception practiced against the civil society

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لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا With the start of the 31th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) held in Geneva, and in the light of ignorance and full deception practiced by the Saudi authorities against the civil society in Saudi Arabia, each of the Saudi Organization for Rights and Freedoms, the Saudi European Organization for Human Rights, Advocating ... Read More »

A Legal Evaluation of ‘The Saudi Penal Law for Crimes of Terrorism and its Financing’: Human Rights Violations under the Pretext of Combating Terrorism

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لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا Based onnumerous human rights reports, it has been confirmed that the antiterrorism laws that were passed in Saudi Arabia in February 2014 have been used against political opposition leaders and human rights defenders, according to a legal evaluationpublished by Professor Michael A. Newtonen titled ‘The Penal Law for Crimes of Terrorism and its Financing’. This report ... Read More »