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Saudi arrests 3 over YouTube appeals: activists

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AFP
March 31, 2014

Saudi authorities have arrested three citizens who posted YouTube videos urging the oil-rich kingdom to improve their living standards and criticising “corruption”, activists said on Sunday.

The arrests were made on Saturday, the day US President Barack Obama flew home from Saudi Arabia under fire for not having done more to raise human rights concerns during talks with King Abdullah, activists said.

In one video seen by AFP, a young man identifying himself as Abdulaziz Mohammed al-Dosari addressed King Abdullah saying he has to survive on a low income, and does not own a house or a car.

“We are fed up, and you still blame those who carry out bombings,” the man says, urging the king to give Saudis money to improve their lives.

This article was posted: Monday, March 31, 2014 at 4:49 am





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