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After Torture and Delay the Lawyer, the Saudi Judiciary Sentenced ( Al-Utal ) to Death

Due to systematic practiced of torture in the Saudi intelligence’s prisons of prisoners of conscience; demonstrators and others,this has given the authority an opportunity tocharge a number of them with false accusations. Based on continuous observation by the European Saudi Society for Human Rights (ESSHR), it seems that detainees have poor possibility of proving their innocence due to the continual ...

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Judiciary of Saudi Sentenced to Death a Minor Who Participated in Demonstrations

The prosecution procedure of political prisoners and prisoners of conscience in Saudi has been routinely exceeding human rights standard to the point of threatening the detainee’s life. This includes those who were arrested in regard of organizing and participating in the peaceful demonstrations in the province of Qatif, eastern of Saudi Arabia. Specifically, as Morse AlRebh’s case, who were killed ...

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From School Chairs to Death Penalty, the Saudi Citizen (Ali AlRebh)

On the ninth of June 2014, the Special Criminal Court (SCC) in Jeddah, in the presence of three judges headed by Judge Omar AlHassen, announced an initial sentenced to the death penalty on Ali Saeed Al-profit (20 years) on in the fifth session of his trial. AlRebh has been in the Investigation Department prison in Dammam. The public prosecutor called ...

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