Free All Saudi Political Prisoners: International day of protest against Saudi Arabia


Protest against Saudi Arabi and demand that it’s political prisoners are freed! One of the many prisoners currently incarcerated is Sheikh Al-Nimr – a leading scholar who was convicted for his outspoken criticism of the Saudi monarchy and his calls for equality and reform on trumped up charges of apostasy and terrorism.

The Specialised Criminal Court, Saudi Arabia’s terrorism tribunal, has been widely criticised and has dismissed – without any investigation – allegations of torture.

This is a call to everyone to protest against Saudi Arabia and the sentencing of Sheikh Nimr. It is a call to free all Saudi political prisoners. Please join us on Friday, 19 December at 6.30pm outside the Saudi embassy in London.

DATE: Friday, 19 December 2014

TIME: 6.30pm – 8.30pm

VENUE: Saudi Embasy

30-32 Charles St

London W1J 5DZ

Further information about protests happening across the world will be available on our website once they are confirmed. Wherever you are in the world, if you’d like to join in and protest for the freedom of all Saudi political prisoners – please send us details of your demonstration and we’ll put it up on our website. Email

Click here for our ‘The Saudi Struggle’ campaign page 

Download a copy of the poster(s) to use for demonstrations and protests below.