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Send a message to Canadian Ambassador for Saudi Arabia, Naif Bandir Alsudairy.
Embassy Of Saudi Arabia In Canada Tell the Saudi Arabian Gov't Official (Ambassador, etc),
This is way too harsh a punishment.
That, he should just exile Raif Badawi. Let; Raif go to Canada, where his family already are.
Tell him; to free all the "political activists", let them all, go to Canada.
I'm sure that; they and Mr Badawi, would promise never to return to Saudi Arabia.
This is a much better solution. One much more acceptable to the World. Who are watching.
Saudi Arabian authorities arrested Blogger; Raif Badawi, on June 17, 2012.
They charged him with insulting Islam and creating the “Saudi Arabian Liberals” website for social and political debate.
The Criminal Court; pronounced a sentence of 10 years in prison, 1000 lashes and a fine of 1 million riyals (about $290,000 CDN).
After Raif serves a decade in jail, he is also forbidden to travel for the following decade and from participating in the media.
Saudis "to review", whether or not to, continue with the flogging, of blogger Raif Badawi BBC News, January 16 2015
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I saw about Raif Badawi, on Facebook and felt compelled to help him.
We Bloggers have to stick together.
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It is; in the best interest of Saudi Arabia, to release Raif and other, prisoners with frivolous charges, like his Lawyer, for instance and all "political" prisoners.
It would make the Saudi gov't, look good to the world.
It's time, Saudi Arabia got into the 21st century. They're always boasting, about how progressive and modern their gov't is? Then; let's see them, prove it!
Take Action to Free Raif Badawi's Lawyer, Waleed Abu al-Khair. He has had his sentence upheld upon appeal and will be serving the full 15 years in prison. He is a prisoner of conscience.
Waleed Abu al-Khair is among a dozen prominent activists who were all sentenced in 2013 to long prison terms based on trumped-up charges that the authorities resorted to after failing to silence them by other means.
Saudi Arabia jails lawyer and human rights activist in ongoing crackdown on dissent. Amnesty International
Waleed Abu al-Khair Serving 15 Years for Human Rights Activism April 15 2015 Human Rights Watch 350 Fifth Avenue 34th Floor New York NY phone 1-212-290-4700
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‘History will exalt those who fought for freedom’ – letter to a Saudi Arabian prison Thursday April 16 2015 A letter from Samar Badawi to her imprisoned husband, the Saudi Arabian human rights lawyer, Waleed Abu al-Khair.