Saudi Arabia Archive

With Wahhabism as State Religion, There’s No Chance of Reform for Saudi Schools

Special Dispatch – No. 2571 September 30, 2009 No. 2571 Liberal Saudi Columnist: With Wahhabism as State Religion, There’s No Chance of Reform for Saudi Schools In an article...

Saudi Persecution of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community continues

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Ever Merciful International Press and Media Desk Ahmadiyya Muslim Community 22 Deer Park, London, SW19 3TL Tel / Fax (44) 020 8544...

Letter to Saudi King Abdullah bin Abd al-’Aziz Al Sa’ud Regarding the Religious Persecution of Ahmadis

January 24, 2007 Your Majesty, We write to urge you to put an immediate end to Saudi Arabia’s nationwide campaign to round up followers of the Ahmadi faith who...

Saudi Arabia: Stop Religious Persecution of Ahmadis

Arrests and Deportations of South Asians on Religious Basis Must End (New York, January 27, 2006) – Saudi Arabia must stop its nationwide campaign to arrest and deport Ahmadis...

Rights group urges Saudis to stop Ahmadi arrests

Wed Jan 24, 2007 7:42pm ET NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S.- based Human Rights Watch on Wednesday said Saudi Arabia was arresting and deporting Ahmadi Muslims on the basis...

Saudi Arabia: Amnesty International calls for end to arrests and expulsions

  News AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Public Statement AI Index: MDE 23/001/2007 (Public) News Service No: 010 17 January 2007 Saudi Arabia: Amnesty International calls for end to arrests and expulsions...

SECOND EDITORIAL: Saudi Arabia’s ‘cleansing’

Thursday, January 11, 2007 According to a report, the Saudi government has arrested more than 100 Qadianis allegedly involved in ‘illegal activities’ in Jeddah. (Illegal here might mean simply...