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Press TV - Saudi Arabia accused of jailing 30,000 political prisoners

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Saudi_Report_A4-v04-smallerA new report by the Islamic Human Rights Commission in London says that there are around 30,000 political prisoners in Saudi Arabian jails.

These range from Shias who are claiming greater rights, to those who're unhappy with Saudi Arabia's pro western policies or those claiming greater rights at home. Most, the IHRC says, have been incarcerated after sham trials.

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A report by Roshan Muhammed Salih, Press TV, London


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