Sweden scraps an arms deal after a diplomatic spat involving its foreign minister and Saudi Arabia.

At last, a Western country stands up to Saudi Arabia on human rights

Swedish foreign minister Margot Wallstrom expressed concerns about Saudi Arabia’s human rights record.

Saudi Arabia Arrests Princes for Criticizing Government Distant royals complain of cutbacks to benefits, punishment of others

Saudi Arabia Arrests Princes for Criticizing Government

Saudi authorities arrested 11 princes for criticizing the government, the latest indication that the country’s rulers are moving to stamp out traces of internal dissent as it pushes through a painful economic transition.

Online activists in Saudi Arabia are calling for harsher punishments for child abuse after reports that a prominent cleric received only a light sentence after confessing to the beating death of his 5-year-old daughter.  Saudi media reports say Fayhan al-Ghamdi, a frequent guest on Islamic TV programs, was arrested in November on charges of killing the girl. The reports said he questioned the child's virginity.  SHE WAS FIVE YEARS OLD!!!!!!!

Outrage over Saudi 'blood money' in girl's death

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Online activists in Saudi Arabia are calling for harsher punishments for child abuse after reports that a prominent cleric received only a light sentence after confessing to the beating death of his daughter.

Saudi Arabia's history of hypocrisy we choose to ignore - Middle East - World - The Independent

Saudi Arabia's history of hypocrisy we choose to ignore

Saudi police take turns caning a man convicted under sharia law. Saudi Arabia denies it has links with the violence of the Wahabis

The sentence was criticised far and wide with many taking to social media, comparing Saudi Arabia's penal code and punishments to that executed by ISIS. - 2 décembre 15

Saudi Arabia Sentences Poet to Death and Threatens to Sue Critics of Penal System

The sentence was criticised far and wide with many taking to social media, comparing Saudi Arabia's penal code and punishments to that executed by ISIS.

by, burkasrugly / Act for America and The Muslim Issue Worldwide There is a new punishment for reading the Bible in Saudi Arabia. Your right hand is shredded. The four fingers and thumb are ...

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia Sentences Poet to Death and Threatens to Sue Critics of Penal System	- 2 décembre 15

Saudi Arabia Sentences Poet to Death and Threatens to Sue Critics of Penal System

Saudi Arabia Sentences Poet to Death and Threatens to Sue Critics of Penal System - 2 décembre 15

Shame on me for never realizing there was no punishable law against domestic/physical abuse until now. Saudi Arabia passes first laws outlawing and penalizing for Domestic Abuse at home or in the work force. YES!

Saudi Arabia Bans Domestic Abuse

Some Things Can’t Be Covered: Fighting Women’s Abuse Together > The “No More Abuse” Domestic Violence Campaign by the King Khalid Foundation

Saudi Arabia: Schools ‘ban tomboys and gays’

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has reportedly banned gays and tomboys from its schools citing efforts to tackle the two 'phenomena'.

When I die...RUMI   ~abha souq . Saudi Arabia

A woman wearing a niqāb. Under Saudi law, women are required to wear Hijab but niqab is optional.

Saudi Arabia says it will punish anyone linked to Hezbollah - The Express Tribune

Hezbol­lah has close ties to Iran, Saudi Arabia's bitter rival for power in the region­

International infographic re death penalty.

China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and the US -

The Good Men Project: May A shameful common denominator links China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and United States

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia | sharia unveiled

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia – sharia unveiled

ciudadanos saudíes convierten al cristianismo por temor por sus vidas

The Islamic State group has released a list of punishments, mirroring those prescribed by authorities in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has executed at least 175 people in the past year, at a rate of one every two days, according to a report by Amnesty International. More than one in four – 28 per cent since 1991 – have been for drug-related offences, and death sentences were also given for other crimes not considered the “most serious” – or even illegal at all – under international standards. They include adultery, “apostasy”, witchcraft and sorcery. The kingdom has rarely commented in public on the harshest…

Saudi Arabia is beheading one person every two days (and set for a new record)

Saudi Arabia executes 'a person every two days' as rate of beheadings soars under King Salman - Middle East - World - The Independent

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