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Saudi activists and dissidents currently serving long prison terms based solely on their peaceful activism include Waleed Abu al-Khair, Abdulaziz al-Shubaily, Mohammed al-Qahtani, Abdullah al-Hamid, Fadhil al-Manasif, Sulaiman al-Rashoodi, Abdulkareem al-Khodr, Fowzan al-Harbi, Raif Badawi, Saleh ...
More than a million messages from Amnesty International activists have been sent in support of Raif since 2014. In 2015, the campaign also highlighted the plight of his lawyer, Waleed Abu al-Khair, who is currently serving a 15-year prison term solely for his human rights work. Even so, Raif Badawi is still ...

Saudi activists and dissidents currently serving long prison terms based solely on their peaceful activism include Waleed Abu al-Khair, Mohammed al-Qahtani, Abdullah al-Hamid, Fadhil al-Manasif, Abdulkareem al-Khodr, Fowzan al-Harbi, Raif Badawi, Saleh al-Ashwan, Abdulrahman al-Hamid, Zuhair ...
English PEN, along with Amnesty International and Reporters Without Borders, will stage a lunchtime vigil tomorrow (1-2pm) at the Saudi Arabia Embassy in London for the jailed Saudi Arabian blogger Raif Badawi, to mark three years since he was given 50 lashes. Mr Badawi, a 34-year-old father-of-three ...
Waleed Abu al-Khair began to practice law in Saudi Arabia in 2007. He quickly earned an international reputation as one of the most respected human rights lawyers in one of the world's most repressive countries. Within a year he joined in a high profile critique of the ruling monarchy. He repeatedly and ...
Waleed Abu al-Khair began to practice law in Saudi Arabia in 2007. He quickly earned an international reputation as one of the most respected human rights lawyers in one of the world's most repressive countries. Within a year he joined in a high profile critique of the ruling monarchy. He repeatedly and ...

He's the lawyer who has defended so many others who have had their human rights denied. But Waleed Abu al-Khair is now serving a 15-year prison sentence for his human rights activism. From setting up one of the few human rights organisations in Saudi Arabia to representing blogger Raif Badawi in ...
The wife of jailed prominent Saudi human rights campaigner Waleed Abu al-Khair has been arrested, activists say. Samar Badawi was detained for allegedly managing a Twitter account calling for the release of her husband. Amnesty International called the arrest "the latest example of Saudi Arabia's utter ...
The following speech will be delivered on November 27, 2015 at the Ludovic-Trarieux Human Rights Award ceremony in Geneva. I am in Geneva accepting, on behalf of my client, the most prestigious human rights award in Europe, the Ludovic-Trarieux Human Rights Award, which was first bestowed on ...
Saudi Arabia must immediately release prominent human rights activist and lawyer Waleed Abu al-Khair, who was arrested following his fifth hearing at the Specialized Criminal Court on Tuesday and taken to al-Ha'ir prison without an explanation, said Amnesty International. Waleed Abu al-Khair was ...
... to champion the release of her then husband, Waleed Abu al-Khair, who is serving a 15-year prison sentence for his human rights work.
In 2015, the campaign also highlighted the plight of his lawyer, Waleed Abu al-Khair, who is currently serving a 15-year prison term solely for ...
(Beirut) – The Law Society of Upper Canada's selection of the imprisoned Saudi human rights lawyer Waleed Abu al-Khair for its 2016 Human ...
Waleed Abu al-Khair began to practice law in Saudi Arabia in 2007. He quickly earned an international reputation as one of the most respected ...
Waleed Abu al-Khair began to practice law in Saudi Arabia in 2007. He quickly earned an international reputation as one of the most respected ...
He's the lawyer who has defended so many others who have had their human rights denied. But Waleed Abu al-Khair is now serving a 15-year ...
The wife of jailed prominent Saudi human rights campaigner Waleed Abu al-Khair has been arrested, activists say. Samar Badawi was ...

I am honored to have been asked by Waleed Abu Al-Khair to be his attorney and to accept this award on his behalf. We are here today to give ...
Saudi Arabia must immediately release prominent human rights activist and lawyer Waleed Abu al-Khair, who was arrested following his fifth ...
... to champion the release of her then husband, Waleed Abu al-Khair, who is serving a 15-year prison sentence for his human rights work.
In 2015, the campaign also highlighted the plight of his lawyer, Waleed Abu al-Khair, who is currently serving a 15-year prison term solely for ...
(Beirut) – The Law Society of Upper Canada's selection of the imprisoned Saudi human rights lawyer Waleed Abu al-Khair for its 2016 Human ...
Waleed Abu al-Khair began to practice law in Saudi Arabia in 2007. He quickly earned an international reputation as one of the most respected ...
Waleed Abu al-Khair began to practice law in Saudi Arabia in 2007. He quickly earned an international reputation as one of the most respected ...
He's the lawyer who has defended so many others who have had their human rights denied. But Waleed Abu al-Khair is now serving a 15-year ...
The wife of jailed prominent Saudi human rights campaigner Waleed Abu al-Khair has been arrested, activists say. Samar Badawi was ...
I am honored to have been asked by Waleed Abu Al-Khair to be his attorney and to accept this award on his behalf. We are here today to give ...
Saudi Arabia must immediately release prominent human rights activist and lawyer Waleed Abu al-Khair, who was arrested following his fifth ...
The Law Society of Upper Canada's selection of the imprisoned Saudi human rights lawyer Waleed Abu al-Khair for its 2016 Human Rights Award highlights Saudi Arabia's brutal repression of peaceful activists and dissidents, Human Rights Watch said ...
Handout photoA legal tech boot camp at Ryerson's Legal Innovation Zone. Ryerson is one of two universities receiving grants from the Law Foundation of Ontario to fund studies on access to justice for young people.
(Beirut) - The Law Society of Upper Canada's selection of the imprisoned Saudi human rights lawyer Waleed Abu al-Khair for its 2016 Human Rights Award highlights Saudi Arabia's brutal repression of peaceful activists and dissidents, Human Rights Watch ...
Furthermore, the Observatory condemns the ongoing arbitrary detention of Ms. Badawi's ex-husband, Mr. Waleed Abu al-Khair, and brother, Mr. Raif Badawi, which only aims at punishing them for their legitimate and peaceful human rights activities, and ...
Furthermore, the Observatory condemns the ongoing arbitrary detention of Ms. Badawi's ex-husband, Mr. Waleed Abu al-Khair, and brother, Mr. Raif Badawi, which only aims at punishing them for their legitimate and peaceful human rights activities, and ...
Badawi is the ex-wife of her brother Raif's lawyer, Waleed Abu al-Khair, a rights activist who himself is serving a 15-year prison sentence.
Badawi is the ex-wife of her brother Raif's lawyer, Waleed Abu al-Khair, a rights activist who himself is serving a 15-year prison sentence.
In fact, Mr. Badawi's chosen attorney, the human rights defender Waleed Abu al-Khair, was himself sentenced to 15 years imprisonment in 2014; and the "review" by the Supreme Court was conducted without Mr. Badawi's legal representative being permitted ...
Molti di loro sono noti ai lettori e alle lettrici di questo blog: come Nabil Rajab (processo aggiornato alla prossima settimana) e Zainab al-Khawaja del Bahrein, Waleed Abu al-Khair e Mohammed Fahad al-Qahtani dell'Arabia Saudita e Ahmed Mansour e ...
In a release, HRW cited Bahraini opposition figure Nabil Rajab, Saudi human rights activist Waleed Abu al-Khair and UAE reform advocate Ahmed Mansoor, among others, who have been jailed for "exercising their right to freedom of expression".
Profiled activists include Nabeel Rajab and Zainab al-Khawaja from Bahrain, Waleed Abu al-Khair and Mohammed Fahad al-Qahtani from Saudi Arabia, and Ahmed Mansoor and Mohammed al-Roken from the United Arab Emirates.
Tra loro: Nabeel Rajab e Zainab al-Khawaja del Bahrain, Waleed Abu al-Khair e Mohammed Fahad al-Qahtani dall'Arabia Saudita, Ahmed Mansoor e Mohammed al-Roken dagli Emirati Arabi Uniti. Non manca Raif Badawi, il fondatore del sito Saudi Liberal ...
In a release, HRW cited Bahraini opposition figure Nabil Rajab, Saudi human rights activist Waleed Abu al-Khair and UAE reform advocate Ahmed Mansoor, among others, who have been jailed for "exercising their right to freedom of expression".
In 2014, the government issued a travel ban against activist Samar Badawi after she spoke at the 27th session of the council on behalf of imprisoned Saudi activist, Waleed Abu al-Khair. Authorities prevented Badawi from travelling to Brussels to attend ...
... government's crackdown on activists engaging in freedom of speech, specifically the cases of blogger Raif Badawi, who was sentenced to 10 years in jail, and lawyer and human rights activist Waleed Abu al-Khair, who was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Human Rights Watch said the new regulations were also a setback to campaigns for the protection and release of a number of prominent human rights activists currently jailed in Saudi Arabia.
In 2014 the authorities brought a vaguely worded counter-terror law into force which it has used to ruthlessly crack down on peaceful activists such as the human rights defender Waleed Abu al-Khair who was sentenced to 15 years in prison and a further ...
Waleed Abu al-Khair began to practice law in Saudi Arabia in 2007. He quickly earned an international reputation as one of the most respected human rights lawyers in one of the world's most repressive countries.
Waleed Abu al-Khair began to practice law in Saudi Arabia in 2007. He quickly earned an international reputation as one of the most respected human rights lawyers in one of the world's most repressive countries.
There is also activist Raif Badawi, jailed in 2012 for hosting a website devoted to open discussion of religious and political issues, sentenced to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes, Waleed Abu al-Khair, a prominent human rights lawyer and NGO leader ...
Other targeted activists include Raif Badawi, who was jailed in 2012 for hosting a website devoted to open discussion of religious and political issues and sentenced to ten years in prison and 1,000 lashes, Waleed Abu al-Khair, a prominent human rights ...
Other human rights activists, such as Waleed Abu al-Khair and Fadel al-Manasif, are serving 15- and 14-year prison sentences respectively for similar "crimes.


 

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