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Human rights in Saudi Arabia

According to human rights campaigners, Saudi Arabian prosecutors seek the death penalty for six activists for inciting anti-government protests and morally supporting rioters.

The accusations against a group Israa al-Ghomgham is part of include chanting slogans hostile to the regime and attempting to inflame public opinion.

  1. NBC News (Image)

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  1. According to human rights campaigners, Saudi Arabian prosecutors seek the death penalty for six activists, including a woman, for inciting anti-government protests and morally supporting rioters.
  2. According to human rights campaigners, Saudi Arabian prosecutors seek the death penalty for six activists for inciting anti-government protests and morally supporting rioters.

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