24 thoughts on “British Conservative politician praises Saudi dictatorship

  1. I can’t help but wonder whether the brain cell Mr Kawczynski left at home is as lonely as the one he uses.If he can’t acknowledge any of the human rights issues in Saudi then he’s obviously wasting his time going.If he’s chair of the all party group for Saudi Arabia he should be aware of all aspects of the society he’s visiting. He’s in a perfect position to be having a quiet word in the ear of some influential Saudi citizens about Saudi joining the modern world.


  2. SAUDI ARABIA: Rights group Amnesty International condemned a court decision today to jail civil rights activist Fowzan al-Harbi for seven years, labelling the charges “spurious.”

    Al-Harbi was convicted on several charges, including “breaking allegiance” with the ruler, criticising authorities and participating in founding an “unlicenced organisation.”

    “Harbi has been ruthlessly targeted for daring to question the Saudi human rights record,” said Amnesty Middle East deputy director Said Boumedouha.



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