Saudi Democracy Activists to be Tried

Saudi Arabia will put three jailed democracy activists on trial tomorrow:

The three leaders of the democratic reforms movement will go on trial Saturday, sources close to the detained leaders told the Saudi Institute.

Dr. Abdullah Al-Hamed, Dr. Matrook Al-Faleh, and Poet Ali Al-Domaini who were arrested March 16th of last year will be tried on charges of leading calls for a constitutional monarchy, and several popular petitions for national elections.

Saudi Arabia is the largest absolute monarchy in the world with no freedoms of any kind, and massive corruption lead by the ruling tribe of Al-Saud.

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