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    ACPRA Legally Challenges MOI’s Arbitrary Travel Bans In The Court of Grievances:


    A Call For All Those Banned From Travel Without A Court Order In Saudi Arabia


     


     


     


     


    Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


    Wednesday, November 3, 2010


      


                The travel ban illicitly imposed by the Saudi Ministry of Interior (MOI) is a flagrant violation of international law, which clearly states: “Everybody has the right to leave and return to his country in a complete freedom.” Moreover, the arbitrary travel ban conspicuously contradicts Article 13 (2) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, that states: “ lang="EN">Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country.” Furthermore, other international human rights conventions- such as  International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights- which declares that: “Everyone shall be free to leave any country, including his own.  The travel freedom has been also stated in the Arab Charter On Human Rights (2004), which has been signed and ratified by the government of Saudi Arabia, Article 27(1) clearly argues: “No one shall be arbitrarily or unlawfully prevented from leaving any country, including his own, nor prohibited from residing, or compelled to reside, in any part of his country.”



    THE WALL STREET JOURNAL




    Critics Say Saudi Antiterror Effort Nets Activists



    Human-Rights Groups Charge That Some Detained Suspects Aren't Militants but Members of a Growing Civil-Rights Movement


    By MARGARET COKER


    AUGUST 30, 2010 


    Is It Reshoudi’s Trial Or The Grievances Court’s Trial?


     


    The Fifth Press Release
     On the Court Proceedings of 
    the Lawsuit Filed by the Legal Defense
    Team of, the Arbitrarily Incarcerated Former Judge and Attorney,
    Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi, A  Leading Human Right Activist and One of the Founders of the First Human Rights Organization in the Country (i.e., CDLR in 1993), Brought Against the Ministry of Interior Before the Fifth Administrative Circuit Court in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


    Evidence Shows That The Saudi Regime Is A Police State Masquerading As A Theocracy


     


    Date: August 22, 2010.


    Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


     


    To: The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud


     


    From the President


    H. R. H. Nayef Bin Abdul Aziz


    Al  Saud


    P. O. Box 2993, Riyadh 11134


    Tel: 401-1944


    Fax: 403-1185


     


    13 July 2010


     


    Dear Minister,


    Mr. Suliman Al-Reshoudi


    The Law Society is the professional body representing more than 138,000 solicitors in England and Wales. Its concerns include upholding the independence of legal professions, the rule of law and human rights throughout the world.


    A call  to attend the eighth court hearing (announcement of verdict) in the case of Judge Al-Reshoudi Vs.  the Ministry of Interior in Riyadh Grievances (Administrative) Court


    The eighth court hearing (announcement of verdict) in the case of Judge Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi versus the Ministry of Interior will be on Saturday, August 28 2010, at 1 pm.  The lawsuit has been field on the behalf of Judge Al-Reshoudi by his defense team against the Directorate of the General investigation (the Ministry of Interior), for its
    arbitrary detention of a leading human rights activist, Suliman Al-Reshoudi. The trial is held in Riyadh Grievances (Administrative) Court, Fifth Administrative Circuit Court, located on the sixth floor.


    Judge Al-Reshoudi’s legal team would call upon Jurists, lawyers, and human rights activists to attend the court hearing to monitor the trial and to ensure justice. Especially that the presiding judge has accepted opened trial, and has promised a bigger court room to host all of the attendants.


    The defense team for the imprisoned human rights activist, Sheikh Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi:


    1. Attorney Abdulaziz Mohammed Al-Wahabi,


    Mobile:+966555188867, email: azizmw_(at)_yahoo.com.


    2. Mohammad Fahad Al-Qahtani,


     mobile :+966555464345, email : mqahtani_(at)_ksarights.org.


    3. Fahd Abdulaziz Al-Orani,


     mobile :+966502566678, email : fahadalorani_(at)_gmail.com.


    4. Fowzan Mohsen Al-Harbi,


    mobile:+966501916774, email: fowzanm_(at)_gmail.com.


    5. Attorney Dr. Abdulaziz Abdulmohsin Al-Turky.


    mobile: +966505222646 


    The Riyadh Grievances (Administrative) Court is located on King Fahad Road, between Al-Faisaliah Tower and the Kingdom Tower. From Prince Mohammaed Bin Abdulaziz Road, take King Fahad Road (Northbound), stay on the service road. As you pass the  “Saline Water Conversion” building on the right, you will see an over crossing.
    Turn right immediately after the over crossing, you will see a tall green building, that is where Riyadh Grievances Court is located    


    The Fourth Press Release
     On the Court Proceedings of 
    the Lawsuit Filed by the Legal Defense Team of, the Arbitrarily Incarcerated Former Judge and Attorney,
    Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi, A  Leading Human Right Activist and One of the
    Founders of the First Human Rights Organization in the Country (i.e., CDLR in 1993), Brought Against the Ministry of Interior Before the Fifth Administrative Circuit Court in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


     


    Date: Saturday, August 7, 2010.


    (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)


    The call  to attend the seventh court hearing in the case of Judge Al-Reshoudi Vs.  the Ministry of Interior in Riyadh Grievances (Administrative) Court



      


    The seventh court hearing in the case of Judge Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi versus the Ministry of Interior will be on Saturday, August 7 2010, at 9 am.  The lawsuit has been field on the behalf of Judge Al-Reshoudi by his defense team against the Directorate of the General investigation (the Ministry of Interior), for its arbitrary
    detention of a leading human rights activist, Suliman Al-Reshoudi. The trial is held in Riyadh Grievances (Administrative) Court, Fifth Administrative Circuit Court, located on the sixth floor.


     
    Judge Al-Reshoudi’s legal team would call upon Jurists, lawyers, and human rights activists to attend the court hearing to monitor the trial and to ensure
    justice. Especially that the presiding judge has accepted opened trial, and has promised a bigger court room to host all of the attendants.



    The defense team for the imprisoned human rights activist, Sheikh Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi:

    1. Attorney Abdulaziz Mohammed
    Al-Wahabi,


    Mobile:+966555188867, email: azizmw@yahoo.com.


     
    2. Mohammad Fahad
    Al-Qahtani,


     mobile :+966555464345, email : mqahtani@ksarights.org.






    3. Fahd Abdulaziz Al-Orani,


     mobile :+966502566678, email : fahadalorani@gmail.com.




    4. Fowzan Mohsen Al-Harbi,


    mobile:+966501916774, email: fowzanm@gmail.com.



     


    The Riyadh Grievances (Administrative) Court is located on King Fahad Road, between Al-Faisaliah Tower and the Kingdom Tower. From Prince Mohammaed Bin Abdulaziz Road, take King Fahad Road (Northbound), stay on the service road. As you pass the  “Saline Water Conversion” building on the right, you will see an over crossing. Turn
    Right immediately after the over crossing, you will see a tall green building, that is where Riyadh Grievances Court is located    


     


    The non-independent judiciary is one of the pillars of injustice that produces violence, how could its secret tribunals be trusted to render justice?


    The Third Press Release
     On the Court Proceedings of 
    the Lawsuit Filed by the Legal Defense Team of, the Arbitrarily Incarcerated Former Judge and Attorney,
    Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi, A  Leading Human Right Activist and One of the Founders of the First Human Rights Organization in the Country (i.e., CDLR in 1993), Brought Against the Ministry of Interior Before the Fifth Administrative Circuit Court in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


    A call  to attend the sixth court hearing in the case of Judge Al-Reshoudi Vs.  the
    Ministry of Interior in Riyadh Grievances (Administrative) Court


      


    The sixth court hearing in the case of Judge Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi versus the Ministry of Interior will be held tomorrow, Wednesday June 16 2010, at 11:30 am.  The lawsuit has been field on the behalf of Judge Al-Reshoudi by his defense team against the Directorate of the General investigation (the Ministry of Interior), for its arbitrary detention of a leading human rights activist, Suliman Al-Reshoudi. The trial is held in Riyadh Grievances (Administrative) Court, Fifth Administrative Circuit Court, located on the sixth floor.


     
    Judge Al-Reshoudi’s legal team would call upon Jurists, lawyers, and human rights activists to attend the court hearing to monitor the trial and to ensure
    justice.



    The defense team for the imprisoned human rights activist, Sheikh Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi:

    1. Attorney Abdulaziz Mohammed Al-Wahabi,


    Mobile:+966555188867, email: azizmw@yahoo.com.


     
    2. Mohammad Fahad Al-Qahtani,


     mobile :+966555464345, email : mqahtani@ksarights.org.


     


    3. Fahd Abdulaziz Al-Orani,


     mobile :+966502566678, email : fahadalorani@gmail.com.



    4. Fowzan Mohsen Al-Harbi,


    mobile:+966501916774, email: fowzanm@gmail.com.


     


    The Riyadh Grievances (Administrative) Court is located on King Fahad Road, between Al-Faisaliah Tower and the Kingdom Tower. From Prince Mohammaed Bin Abdulaziz Road, take King Fahad Road (Northbound),
    stay on the service road. As you pass the  “Saline Water Conversion” building on the right, you will see an over crossing. Turn Right immediately after the over crossing, you will see a tall green building, that is where Riyadh Grievances Court is located     


    ACPRA Directs Two Questions to the Saudi Minister of Interior (Prince Naif Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud)


     


    Why did the Ministry of Interior (MOI) prevent Riyadh’s public sit-in that demands lifting Gaza blockade?!


    First: We declare our solidarity with the Gaza aid flotilla, thank Turkey, and demand ending Gaza blockade.


    Second: We ask the Saudi Minister of Interior: why did you deprive the people of the rights for peaceful assembly and demonstration?,


    By answering the above question, don’t you know that you may have answered the following important question: Why is it that most of those involved in international terrorism are Saudis?


    The Second Press Release
     On the Court Proceedings of 
    the Lawsuit Filed by the Legal Defense Team of, the Arbitrarily Incarcerated Former Judge and Attorney,
    Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi, A  Leading Human Right Activist and One of the Founders of the First Human Rights Organization in the Country (i.e., CDLR in 1993), Brought Against the Ministry of Interior Before the Fifth Administrative Circuit Court in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


    The First Press Release
     On the Court Proceedings of 
    the Lawsuit Filed by the Legal Defense Team of, the Arbitrarily Incarcerated Former Judge and Attorney,
    Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi, A  Leading Human Right Activist and One of the Founders of the First Human Rights Organization in the Country (i.e., CDLR in 1993), Brought Against the Ministry of Interior Before the Fifth Administrative Circuit Court in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


    For Immediate Release 


    The Arbitrary Arrest of Human Rights Activist:


    Thamer Abdulkareem Al-Khather 


    Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (March 7, 2010)


    The Department of General Investigation (DGI) in Qassim (300 km North of the Saudi capital, Riyadh) arrested human rights activist, Thamer Abdulkareem Al-Khather, at 11PM on Wednesday March 3, 2010. Thamer Al-Khather is a university student interested in human rights and public affairs, an advocate of prisoners' rights, and he is a member of the youth movement that calls for  a constitutional reform. Thamer's arrest sends the  wrong message to young Saudis who
    are beginning to realize the importance of human rights approach and peaceful course of actions for change, as an alternative to violence and extremism. The repressive security Forces, however, do not differentiate between violence and peaceful action.


    A Summary of Dr. Mohsin Al-Awaji's


    Report About tortures in the Saudi Prison System


    Introduced to the Minister of Interior


    In 2000


     




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