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Samuel Black Nov 22
Truly an international embarrassment to see world leaders still sharing a platform with MBS at the in the year of our lord 2020, two years after 's murder and nearly a month into imprisoned Saudi activist 's hunger strike.
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Jennifer Karchmer Nov 21
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David Kaye Nov 21
& others remain detained in while elites go on as if business as usual. have called for immediate release repeatedly. hard even to call it a travesty of justice, since there is nothing just in this at all.
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Murtaza Batla (he/him) Nov 24
Important thread worth boosting about . She has suffered far too long and needs to be freed unconditionally
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lyse doucet Nov 24
“We are hoping the Saudi authorities will make the right decision and release . Trial resumes today in Riyadh of her sister
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malini mehra Nov 21
AGREE But reminds us must be @ heart of future. leaders have failed test.
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🏴 hermanstadt Ⓐ Nov 24
Complete freedom for . Nothing less.
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🎄 Jamie 🎅🏻 Nov 26
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Laila Ait Baali ليل ايت با علي 22h
Thank you and other human rights ambassadors for continuing raising awareness on the ongoing deterioration of fundamental rights in Saudi Arabia
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Mark Stone Nov 21
Saudi Arabia’s talks to at . 📍Can G20 come together to fight covid? 📍Who won US election? 📍When will Saudi Arabia bring the war to an end? 📍Why is still in jail? Watch / read here:
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Lewis Emmerton Nov 23
👏 for putting ♀️ + on the agenda - as the meet in ❗whilst world's leaders celebrate the hosts - like are still locked up!
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Noel Nov 24
This trial represents a last opportunity for shud she be released, it however could be the final nail in his coffin. The world waits and watches. Good luck tomorrow and to ur family let's hope the unimaginable suffering is over. Either way I stand with you
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lyse doucet Nov 25
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Rawya Rageh Nov 24
A “trial” w 1 day’s notice : “We reiterate call for ’s immediate/uncondn’l release, dropping of all charges...we call on to allow diplomats/journos to attend trial..to ensure she’s allowed to be treated by doc of her choice..access to lawyer/fam”
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Prisoners of Conscience Nov 25
🔴 BREAKING Alia Al-Hathloul: The judge in the trial session of my sister, assigned the Public Prosecution to open an investigation into the torture of Loujain; the Public Prosecution, however, denied torture in answer to Loujain's defend in the same session!
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Branka Marijan Nov 26
If there truly is to be a there needs to be policy coherence and follow-through.
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Yasmin Rehman 17h
remembering incredibly brave courageous women fighting/risking their lives to make the world better for women and girls to name just a few.
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Isabel Webster Nov 22
If you, like me, question the account I just got of Saudi's human rights record from then tune in at 7.45pm to hear from the sister of 31 yr old who's spent 920 days in jail for campaigning for women's rights in Saudi Arabia.
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karen gordon Nov 24
Let's make this go viral. Time for Saudi Arabia to release her:
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Isabel Webster Nov 22
The UN has called the imprisonment of in Saudi a violation of Intl Law. But their Permanent Sec to the UN told me noise about human rights allegations was a distraction from the Watch extended clip of my i/v here:
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