The Saudi State Security submits a book and a recommendation to the Crown Prince’s Court regarding prisoners of conscience | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


The “New Testament” account, famous for its political leaks on Twitter, said that the Saudi State Security Service had submitted a book to the Royal Court regarding prisoners of conscience in the Kingdom and the recent sentences issued against them.

And the “New Testament” account said in its tweet, which was monitored by (Watan), that the State Security Service recently submitted a letter to the Royal Court saying that the penalties imposed against prisoners of conscience and those labeled as terrorists are light, and that the Specialized Criminal Court – the Terrorism Court – should tighten its penalties.

State security and prisoners of conscience

The tweet of the famous account sparked widespread controversy among Saudi tweeters, and most of them accused him of lying and fabricating, wondering how he obtained such highly confidential sensitive information if it was proven true.

It is noteworthy that the past three years witnessed a significant deterioration at the level of human rights and public freedoms in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The Saudi authorities have detained many activists in what are known as “prisoners of conscience,” such as Loujain Al-Hathloul, who was recently released after a journey of torture inside Ibn Salman’s prisons. clergymen and members of the royal family.

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However, it began releasing some of them after being subjected to great pressure from the administration of US President Joe Biden, according to what the newspaper “France Press” said in a previous report.

Torture of Saudi detainees

And the British newspaper “The Guardian” had previously published leaked medical reports on the health conditions of prisoners of conscience in Saudi Arabia, which showed that they had been subjected to torture.

The newspaper said that these medical reports are the first acknowledgment by the royal court of the mistreatment of prisoners of conscience, despite the official public denial.

The reports included examinations conducted on about 60 detainees after a request from the Saudi king following the increasing pressure on Riyadh due to the treatment of prisoners of conscience, especially after the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The medical reports concluded that the prisoners suffered from bruises, burns, wounds and severe weight loss, and the newspaper presented details showing the horror of their suffering.

It revealed that some prisoners are unable to move at all due to wounds in the legs and severe emaciation as a result of malnutrition and lack of fluid in their bodies.

She also mentioned that some of them suffer from severe weight loss and are constantly vomiting blood, and that wounds spread throughout their bodies, including old wounds that have not healed due to medical neglect.

She stressed that the Saudi royal court did not care about the objection of the aides of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to conducting medical examinations after the Saudi king demanded to reconsider the decisions to arrest about 200 men and women during the campaign led by his crown prince.

The newspaper stated that the medical reports were accompanied by recommendations calling for the release of detainees who suffer from difficult health conditions.

It also demanded that some of them be transferred from solitary confinement to medical centers, noting that all of the reports confirm what human rights organizations and relatives of detainees have said about solitary confinement, torture by shock and flogging, sexual harassment and malnutrition.

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