Alahednews Alahednews Saudi Sisters Flee Saudi Arabia to Seek Asylum in Georgia Two more Saudi sisters appeal for help, joining a growing number of runaways from the kingdom. Royal Dispute: UAE Confirms Saudi King at Odds with Crown Prince Saudi King Salman at odds with Crown Prince Mohammed. Saudi Arabia SECRETLY Decapitates 2 Indian Men, Keeps Their Remains Two Indian men had been secretly decapitated by Saudi Arabia and their remains will not be surrendered. HRW Urges Saudi Arabia to Release Human Rights Lawyer Human Rights Watch called on the Saudi regime to immediately release prominent human rights lawyer, Walid Abu Al-Khair. Saudi Court Postpones Hearing for Women Activists after New Arrests A Saudi court postponed a fourth hearing in the trial of several women rights activists. HRW: Saudi Activist Still Behind Bars after 5 Years HRW called for the release of Saudi activist Waleed Abu al-Khair who is serving 15 years for defending rights. «Deal of Century»: An Arab NATO in the Making Saudi Arabia is preparing for the launch of the so-called “Arab NATO” to combat Iran. Saudi Crackdown: Regime Gangs Assassinate Two Qatif Activists in Daylight! In the course of silencing up all opposition voices, the Saudi regime gangs assassinated in daylight at least two activists. Saudi Arabia Must Place Safeguards on First Nuclear Reactor - IAEA Saudi Arabia has to agree to safeguards on nuclear material that could arrive by the end of the year for its first atomic reactor. Saudi Ready to Ditch Petrodollar as ‘Nuclear Option’ To Stop NOPEC Bill Saudi Arabia is reportedly threatening to sell its oil in other currencies. Saudi Arabia Crackdown: 8 More Activists Arrested, Including A Pregnant Woman and Two US Citizens Saudi Arabia detained eight people, including a pregnant woman, in a new round of arrests in the kingdom. Saudi Nuclear Plant Almost Completed - Satellite Images Show Saudi Arabia has almost completed the building of its first nuclear reactor, new satellite images showed. Saudi Women Activists Back In Court, Temporary Release Ruling Expected A dozen Saudi women activists returned to court to face charges related to their human rights work. Hush Money? Khashoggi’s Children Paid Multi Millions by Saudi Kingdom It is very clear that the Saudi kingdom is paying huge amounts of money to guarantee that Khashoggi’s family remains silent. Three Saudi Women Activists into Freedom Saudi Arabia has temporarily released three of the women’s rights activists held in custody for almost a year. Saudi Must Make Khashoggi Trials Public - UN Saudi Arabia needed to hold public trials for those accused of murdering journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Trump Approves Secret Sale of Nuclear Tech to Saudi Arabia Trump approved six authorizations that allow American companies secretly provide Saudi Arabia with nuclear technology. The Guardian: MBS might have been Stripped of Some Authority  The heir to the Saudi throne is alleged to have been stripped of some of his financial and economic authority, the Guardian has been told. MBS Launched Covert Campaign to Silence Dissenters Prior to Khashoggi Killing MBS launched a covert campaign to silence dissenters more than a year before the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Saudi Arabia Should Release Defenders, Undertake Meaningful Rights Reform - HRW A large number of human rights concerns were raised during the UPR of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia Rejects Calls for Independent Investigation into Khashoggi Killing Saudi Arabia said will not accept calls to ’internationalize’ the legal proceedings regarding the Khashoggi affair. US Report Faults Saudi Arabia in Khashoggi Killing The Trump administration called out Saudi Arabia in an annual human rights report over the October killing of US-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Women Activists in Saudi Court after Year in Detention Ten Saudi women detained last year in a sweeping crackdown on activists appeared in court on Wednesday. Saudi Women’s Rights Activists Stand Trial in Criminal Court Several Saudi Arabian women rights activists stood trial for the first time. EU Backs Text Rebuking Saudi Arabia at Human Rights Council At least 36 countries signed a statement criticizing Saudi Arabia’s human rights record at the UN Human Rights Council on Thursday.