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Amnesty Gulf Aug 22
Arabia: Appalling plan to execute female activist must be stopped. The international community must pressure Saudi authorities to end the use of the death penalty, which continues to be employed after grossly unfair trials.
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Victoria Brownworth Aug 21
is still alive according to all reports.
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Hiba Zayadin Aug 22
has neither been sentenced nor executed. Her trial and that of five other Shi’a activists has only just begun. It is critical that the international community step in now to deter this monstrous development from taking place.
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#IsraaAlGhomgham #إسراء_الغمغام Oct 28
Today second court hearing did take place, but neither Israa nor the other activists being trialled alongside her were present. It is unknown why the Saudi authorities failed to transport them to the courtroom Third court hearing will be Wednesday 21st November
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Shaykh Azhar Nasser Aug 21
Women’s rights in Saudi Arabia under Mbs: You can drive a car but if you oppose my government, I’ll cut your head off.
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Ameen Nemer Oct 27
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WomenOccupyHollywood Aug 22
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iraqi 🇮🇶 Aug 24
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Hiba Zayadin Aug 21
Prosecution is seeking the death penalty against — making her the first female activist to possibly face execution for her work
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Dimitri Lascaris Aug 20
What will that human rights champion Chrystia Freeland do about 's barbaric plan to behead a female human rights activist? Will express her 'deep concern' while continuing to allow arms sales to these monsters?
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Amnesty UK Aug 24
'Any execution is appalling, but seeking the death penalty for activists like Israa al-Ghomgham, who are not even accused of violent behaviour, is monstrous' says Sarah Leah Whitson
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Change.org Canada Oct 27
This is . It is a matter of life and death. Tomorrow is Israa’s hearing. She is a female activist and she may be given the death penalty for committing no crime. Share & sign today to help save her life.
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El Christo Aug 27
The Saudis are set to behead a female human rights defender, Israa Al-Ghomgham, for participating in peaceful protests. May & Trump etc are too much in their pocket to even raise a whimper.
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Afsana Aug 21
Her name is . This viral tweet is inaccurate and should be removed. - I’ve seen a couple of tweets claiming she’s been excecuted. It’s very distressing for her family to read. SHE NEEDS OUR SUPPORT.For more accurate updates please see
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Victoria Brownworth Aug 21
Replying to @VABVOX
The most recent and comprehensive report from yesterday says that is scheduled for execution next month. Please keep advocating for her release. She is being used to warn other women to be silent about human rights abuses against women.
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القسط ALQST Oct 30
The Specialised Criminal Court has postponed Oct. 28's hearing in 's trial and the hearing scheduled for today, Oct. 30, in Dr 's case -- in both of which the Public Prosecution is calling for the death penalty.
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ShiaWehdatNews! Aug 19
Saudi Arabia To Behead Israa Al-Ghomgham- A Well Known Female Human Rights Defender From Qatif- For Taking Part In Peaceful Protests. Israa Has Been Imprisoned For 32 Months With No Access To Legal Representation.
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PBD_TurtleBoy ⏳💜 Aug 21
FWIW, several days ago, some twitter troll used a video of a Myanmar woman beheaded in 2015 to claim that Esra al-GhomGham had been executed. H/T to for keeping her plight before the public. make some noise, Twitter
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Zena Oct 27
If activist is sentenced to death by it will be via 'Taazir'. Taazir is a discretionary sentence, where the judge uses his personal judgement. Needless to say, Taazir sentences are commonly biased & influenced by political pressure.
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Lauren Mitchell Aug 23
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