Crackdown on Saudi dissents

Crackdown on Saudi dissents.

King Salman cannot bear any opposition to his power. He imprisons all dissents .

Raif Badawi is the most known. He was sentenced to 10 years of jail and 1000 lashings only for blogging. On Twitter, you can use the hashtags #Free Raif and #Royal Pardon For Raif.

Amnesty International activists protest with a placard reading ‘No flogging for blogging’ against the flogging punishment of Saudi blogger Raif Badawi on January 29, 2015 in front of Saudi Arabia’s embassy to Germany in Berlin. The 30-year-old Saudi has been sentenced to 1,000 lashes for insulting Islam and is serving a 10-year jail term – a case which has drawn widespread international criticism. AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ (Photo credit should read TOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty Images)

Of course, protests are numerous for his release. His wife, Miss Ensar, is very active  on social networks, in partnership with Amnesty.

But he is not alone. Ali Nimr, arrested when a teen , is now sentenced to death penalty. With him , are two other activists. On Twitter, the hashtag for them is #Save The 3.

There is now another hashtag to protest against King Salman’s policy. It is #End Impunity.

Please be active on Twitter.

Relay Miss Ensar’s call for the liberation of Raif Badawi.

The condemnation of The 3 is also a pure injustice.

Tweet in favor of them all.

Don’t forget the Saudi Activists, the women who dared say NO to the power of King Salman .

The hashtag is #Free Saudi Activists.

These women only dared to ask to drive and go alone, without a man.

In effect, Saudi Arabia is the country where the sharia (Islamic Law ) is the strongest in the world.

Women cannot go out from their home without a man from their relatives.

They asked for freedom. The freedom for women empowerment.

This is considered as a delict . They are imprisoned for this.

Please tweet for their liberation.

Use the hashtag #Free Saudi Activists.

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