A prominent Saudi human rights activist detained for more than a month is being investigated for allegedly “annoying others” with his online essays that criticise government officials and Saudi religious scholars, according to his legal representative and a family member.

Saudi human rights activist in prison for ‘annoying others’ – The National Newspaper

He has not yet been formally charged, but “annoying others” is the accusation in his prison file, said Ibrahim al Mugaiteeb, founder of the Dammam-based Human Rights First”.

Oh if we could level such accusation to include local politicians in The Netherlands. I have a couple of names I would present for consideration.

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