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ANHRI holds the Supreme Council of Armed Forces (SCAF) and the Egyptian People’s Assembly of the Brotherhood majority fully responsible for the life of Ahmed al-Gizawy, Egyptian lawyer detained in Saudi Arabia. His lawyers were denied access into his trial, even though he is charged with a contrived felony that may amount to a death penalty. Al-Gizawy was charged with allegedly “bringing sedative pills into Saudi Arabia” in mid-April upon his arrival at Jeddah airport to perform Umrah, a religious Islamic practice.
ANHRI condemns the detention of Kamel Abbas al-Ahmed, engineer and brother of the Saudi dissident Ali Abbas al-Ahmed, head of the Gulf Institute in Washington. The Saudi security services escorted Kamel al-Ahmed to an unknown destination without giving any reasons for his detention and without a warrant.
The Saudi Arabian authorities must release a prominent human rights activist who is reported to have been on hunger strike for five weeks in protest at his continuing unfair imprisonment, Amnesty International said.
ANHRI condemns the Saudi Government’s decision banning human rights activist “Mukhlif Shammari” from travelling for 10 years starting from his release date from prison last February.