Imam says he was beaten, strangled in Saudi Arabia

A Canadian imam who was arrested during a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia three weeks ago says he was beaten and strangled during his 36 hours in confinement.

Concern about Bahrain’s inquiry commission

The Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) Thursday expressed concern over the ‘Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry’ (BICI) set up by royal decree in June.

Press TV – Confidence to challenge the Taghut

IHRC chair Massoud Shadjareh joins Imam al-Asi to discuss the issue.

Event Report: Author Evening with Kwame Nimako

Kwame Nimako discussed his latest book ‘The Dutch Atlantic’ on Wednesday 19 October at IHRC bookshop.

Saudi Arabia’s Forgotten Political Prisoners Emerge From the Shadows

In a report entitled "Saudi Arabia's Political Prisoners: Towards a Third Decade of Silence," the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) describes political imprisonment in Saudi Arabia as  "an epidemic [which] has not spared any sector of Saudi society."

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

The al-Saud ruling family is the absolute authority in Saudi Arabia.

‘Palestine highlights Saudi hypocrisy’

Saudi Arabia sent 1,000 troops to Bahrain to help the ruling Al Khalifa family in its brutal crackdown on anti-government protesters.

Imprisoned without charge: UK’s forgotten terror suspects

British citizen Talha Ahsan, accused of terror-related offences and detained at the request of the US in 2006.

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