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200 days on and undue delays from appeals courts increase fears for poet Ashraf Fayadh’s fate

لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا It has been 200 days since the General court in Abha lowered the death sentence judgment  against the Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh and sentenced him to 8 years and 800 lashes as a result of him exercising his freedom of opinion and expression, Fayadh ‘s destiny remains unclear. The issue is on-going delay by the appeal …

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Saudi Arabia issues a death penalty judgement against AbdulKareem for charges attributed to him as a minor and extracted via torture

لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا On 27th July 2016 the Specialised Criminal Court in Saudi Arabia issued its initial judgement, in which a death penalty sentence was issued against minor Abdulkareem Al Hawaj. Al hawaj’s death sentence judgement is in addition to other detainees who are in danger of execution, and are issued trials that are not in accordance with international …

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Six months after four minors were executed, nine others remain at risk despite pledges by Saudi to end child executions

لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا On the 28th February 2014, Saudi Arabia in a report submitted to the United Nations Human Rights Council said: ‘The death penalty fall for minors, and it is not carried out on children at all, and it should be noted that the definition of a child under KSA policies is in accordance with the definition of …

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NGOs call for human rights abuses to be addressed in the forthcoming EU-GCC Ministerial Meeting

18 July 2016 – With the 25th European Union-Gulf Cooperation Council (EU-GCC) Ministerial meeting set to take place in Brussels on 18 July 2016, we, the undersigned organisations, call on Ms Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, as well as the ministers of EU member states, to raise a number of pressing …

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The apprehension of a citizen who criticised in front of the crown prince the performance of the Saudi government in dealing with terrorism continues since 5 months

لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا Through the course of The Saudi government’s vengeful exercises from those who demand social justice and Human rights defenders, the saudi government continues to apprehend citizen Mohammad Al Abeed, apparently as a revenge from a short discussion he had with The Saudi crown prince and minister of internal affairs Mohammad Ben Nayef. Al Abeed (October 12, …

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German government should deny company license to export arms to Saudi Arabia

لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا On 23 June 2016, a court ruled that the Government of Germany must decide whether to grant arms manufacturer Heckler & Koch a license to sell assault rifle parts to Saudi Arabia. Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) and the European-Saudi Organisation for Human Rights (ESOHR) call on the German government to deny …

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Saudi Arabia has to enable the UN special rapporteur for the freedoms of free assembly from visiting instead of refuting his report and disapproving his criticism.

لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا In front of the Human Rights council in its 32nd session, the Saudi government represented by its delegation repeated its elusive speech evading its responsibilities in admitting the reality and protecting Human Rights. The delegation responded in its statement (17 July 2016) to the report of the special rapporteur concerned in the freedom of peaceful assembly …

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After an enforced disappearance and brutal torture: The sword is on the neck of Amjad Al Moebid after a trial deprived from conditions of justice

لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا The youth Amjad Naji Al Moebid (born on 1st March 1993),faces the threat of execution, after the supreme court approved the death penalty sentence against him. Along with Amjad, other detainees have also had their death sentences approved, including Youssif Al-Moshikhes and the three minors: Ali Al-Nemer, Dawoud Al-Marhoun, and Abdullah Al-Zaher, all of whom face …

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The Saudi judiciary issues the largest mass death sentence decision in history against 14 prisoners including persons convicted of protesting.

لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا Despite human rights reports and legal analyses which confirm that the Saudi justice system lacks adequate safeguards and provisions to ensure fair trials, the Specialized Criminal Court (SCC), which uses the Law for Crimes of Terrorism and its Financing, continues to increase the number of individuals facing the death sentence. On the 1st of June 2016, …

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More than two years of detaining Abdulaziz Al-Ghamdi, confirms the Saudi Arabia’s disregard for the freedoms of citizens and the local and international laws

لقراءته بالعربية اضغط هنا The Saudi Authorities continues its arbitrary detention against the human right defender, Abdulaziz Al-Ghamdi (41 years), since more than two years without any charge and without giving a legal justification for detaining him for this long period while he has not been charged or brought before a judge. Al-Ghamdi, in accordance to the deteriorating environment in …

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