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presstv-‘saudi arabia no.1 rights violator’

A political commentator says human rights condition in Saudi Arabia has been escalated in recent years and the West is keeping silent about it.“It’s just extraordinary that Western nations lecture others on human rights and then form this obscene close partnership with the world’s number one human rights violator Saudi Arabia … hypocrisy, war crimes and human rights violations by the Saudi government [are] endless,” John Steppling told Press TV on Saturday.“The defense industries of NATO countries, and [the] United States in particular, profit hugely from the Saudi purchasing of weaponry, so they’re not going to say too much about these human rights violations,” he added.

presstv-yemenis once again rally against saudi war crimes

Mohammed al-AttabPress TV, Sana'aPeople in Yemen have staged a massive rally in the capital Sana’a to condemn the crimes committed by Saudi Arabia and its allies. Protesters called Riyadh a violator of international law and human rights, urging the United Nations to bring Saudi authorities to justice. Press TV's correspondent Mohammed al-Attab reports. 

presstv-rights activists call for condemnation of s arabia’s war crimes

Mohammed al-attabPress TV, Sana'aA new report by the Amnesty international on Saudi Arabia’s recent airstrikes in the residential area of Faj Ottan in Yemen, has once again confirmed what many rights activists have been saying for quite some time. According to the Amnesty’s report, Saudi Arabia has used US-made cluster bombs in the August 25 attack. Yemeni activists now say such report could help them file a case against Saudi Arabia at the international court of Justice. More details in the following report by PressTV's correspondent Mohammed Al-Attab.

presstv-uk under fire for complicity in yemen war

Protesters hold up pro-Yemeni placards as they demonstrate against UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia during the visit of Saudi Arabia (Photo by AFP)Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has visited the UK. The controversial three-day visit has sparked a public outcry and massive protests. Critics say Saudi Arabia’s human rights violations and its deadly war in Yemen are enough reasons not to welcome the Saudi delegation in the UK. Here’s a brief look at how world media have reacted to the development

saudi arabia blocks flights from canada

Saudi Arabia’s state airline has suspended its direct flight service to Toronto, in an escalation of a diplomatic row between the two nations sparked by Canada’s call for the release of human rights activists detained in the kingdom.The move follows Saudi Arabia’s freezing of all new investment and trade with Canada, the expulsion of the Canadian ambassador and the recall of the Saudi ambassador.See related Six things women in Saudi Arabia still can’t doSuffragettes of Saudi Arabia: the women making history Saudi woman’s car set on fire amid anger over lifting of driving banCanada’s foreign minister, Chrystia Freeland, responded to the moves on Twitter, saying: “Canada will always stand up for human rights in Canada and around the world, and women’s rights are human rights.”The row between

presstv-eu to saudis: clarify activists arrests

The EU has called on Saudi Arabia to clarify on the circumstances concerning the detentions of women rights activists. "The EU has been engaging constructively with the Saudi authorities seeking clarification on the circumstances surrounding the arrests of women human rights defenders in Saudi Arabia, notably with regard to the specific accusations brought against them," said EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini's stockwoman on Saturday."We have been emphasizing the relevance of the role of human rights defenders and civil society groups in the process of reform which the Kingdom is pursuing as well as the importance of respecting the rules of due process for all those arrested," she added.The detention of several rights activists has triggered an escalating diplomatic row between th

presstv-saudi women in saudi arabia: living in a lie

Today almost everyone heard of Saudi Arabia is aware that Saudi women are barred from driving a car. But the dire situation of human rights particularly women’s right inside the Saudi kingdom is much worse yet unreported.Anti-women attitudes inside Saudi Arabia is not restricted to ordinary citizens only. Hundreds of thousands of low-skilled female workers from Pakistan, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Kenya migrate voluntarily to Saudi Arabia; some fall into conditions of involuntary servitude, suffering from physical and sexual abuse, non-payment or delayed payment of wages, the withholding of travel documents, restrictions on their freedom of movement and non-consensual contract alterations.

presstv-'riyadh, backers responsible for yemen plight'

Massoud Shadjareh, the head of the Islamic Human Rights Commission, says Saudi Arabia and its Western backers are “equally responsible” for the dire humanitarian situation in Yemen.  “Undoubtedly this cholera and indeed the suffering and the disease and the malnourishments and all the atrocities which are being committed in Yemen would not have happened if it wasn’t because of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia has been the forefront of this and indeed those who are helping Saudi Arabia like the West, Britain and the United States in particular, are equally responsible,” Shadjareh told Press TV in an interview on Sunday.

presstv-saudi arabia severs ties with canada

Saudi Arabia has expelled the Canadian ambassador and recalled its envoy after severing business ties with Ottawa over claims of interference in its internal affairs."The kingdom of Saudi Arabia... will not accept interference in its internal affairs or imposed diktats from any country,"said the Saudi Foreign Ministry on Monday."The kingdom announces that it is recalling its ambassador... to Canada for consultation," it added.It also noted that the Canadian ambassador to Riyadh had 24 hours to leave and that it was "freezing of all new commercial and investment transactions" with Ottawa.The Canadian Embassy in Riyadh said it was "gravely concerned" over a spike of arrests of human rights campaigners in the Saudi kingdom including gender rights activist Samar Badawi.PressTV-Saudi Arabia arr

presstv-saudi arabia severs ties with canada

Saudi Arabia has expelling the Canadian ambassador and recalled its envoy after severing business ties with Ottawa over claims of interference in its internal affairs."The kingdom of Saudi Arabia... will not accept interference in its internal affairs or imposed diktats from any country,"said the Saudi Foreign Ministry on Monday."The kingdom announces that it is recalling its ambassador... to Canada for consultation," it added.It also noted that the Canadian ambassador to Riyadh had 24 hours to leave and that it was "freezing of all new commercial and investment transactions" with Ottawa.The severing of ties was made Canadian embassy in Riyadh said it was "gravely concerned" over a spike of arrests of human rights campaigners in the Saudi including gender rights activist Samar Badawi.Press

presstv-us continues to arm saudi arabia

The US and Saudi Arabia have reportedly intensified negotiations over arms deals potentially worth tens of billions of dollars. The purported agreement looks to go beyond or make major shifts from the Obama administration. Washington and Riyadh have been engaged in talks over multi-billion arms deals.Human Rights Watch said they have counted a total of 81 attacks from the Saudi-led coalition which violate the laws of war, some likely amounting to war crimes, including attacks on hospitals, markets, schools and religious centers. The current State Department website states that Saudi Arabia’s human rights record have “remained poor” and it is the innocent men and women and children of Yemen that continue to suffer.

presstv-release detained female activists: amnesty to saudi

Amnesty International has called on the “international community and allies of Saudi Arabia” to exert pressure on Riyadh to immediately and unconditionally release women’s rights defenders currently detained in the Arab kingdom.“Saudi Arabia’s allies - in particular the US, UK and France - must push Saudi Arabian authorities to end their targeted repression of human rights activists in the country. European and world leaders must not stay silent in the face of gross and systematic violations of the human rights of activists and human rights defenders,” said the UK-based rights group in a statement on Friday.“The Saudi Arabian authorities’ endless harassment of women’s rights activists is entirely unjustifiable, and the world must not remain silent on the repression of human rights defender

presstv-release detained female activists: amnesty to saudi

Amnesty International has called on the “international community and allies of Saudi Arabia” to exert pressure on Riyadh to immediately and unconditionally release women’s rights defenders currently detained in the Arab kingdom.“Saudi Arabia’s allies - in particular the US, UK and France - must push Saudi Arabian authorities to end their targeted repression of human rights activists in the country. European and world leaders must not stay silent in the face of gross and systematic violations of the human rights of activists and human rights defenders,” said the UK-based rights group in a statement on Friday.“The Saudi Arabian authorities’ endless harassment of women’s rights activists is entirely unjustifiable, and the world must not remain silent on the repression of human rights defender

presstv-saudi arabia arrests more women’s rights activists

Saudi Arabia has arrested three more women’s rights activists as the regime intensifies its crackdown weeks before it lifts a driving ban against women.Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said Tuesday that the total number of detainees now stands at 10 with the latest arrests.However, the Lebanon-based [Persian] Gulf Center for Human Rights (GCHR) put the number at 12.The arrest of seven people was reported by Saudi officials over the weekend, with rights groups mostly identifying them as women who have long campaigned for the right to drive and to end a system which conditions women’s freedom to decisions made by their “male guardians.”“Despite international outcry and calls for the release of these activists, they still remain detained for their peaceful human rights work,” said

presstv-saudi 'rights violation'

In this edition of The Debate, Press TV hosts discussions about the detention of rights activists in Saudi Arabia. Maxine Dovere, journalist and political commentator, and Catherine Shakdam, fellow at Bayan Center for Planning and Studies, exchange views about the Arab kingdom's rights violation.

presstv-‘uk turning blind eye to saudi crimes to make money’

An activist says Britain continues to provide Saudi Arabia with arms and ammunition despite its knowledge of Saudi war crimes in the war on Yemen.“The British government knows what it (Saudi Arabia) is doing, [but] it (Britain) is making money for itself,” Robert Inlakesh told Press TV on Saturday, referring to British arms sales to Saudi Arabia.Saudi Arabia and Britain have agreed to finalize a multi-billion-dollar deal for the sale of 48 Typhoon aircraft to Riyadh, despite serious war crime accusations faced by the Riyadh regime.PressTV-Saudi, UK to finalize hefty warplane deal amid protestsBritain and Saudi Arabia agree to finalize a warplane deal despite protests against Riyadh's deadly war on Yemen.

presstv-saudi arabia steps up beheadings

Saudi Arabia has executed six Yemeni men and a Saudi man, bringing to 130 the total number of the people beheaded by the kingdom since the beginning of the year.The Saudi Interior Ministry said in a statement cited by the SPA news agency on Tuesday that the Yemenis were executed in Abha, the capital of the southern province of Assir.According to the statement, the Yemeni men were convicted of murder and robbery in three separate attacks on homes in Assir.The ministry added that the seventh convict, a Saudi national, was executed in the northern city of Tabuk after being convicted of smuggling pills.The figure 130 is according to data compiled by AFP.In Saudi Arabia, convicts are executed by sword and their corpses are then dangled from a helicopter to make sure the public could see the res

presstv-saudis issue first driving license to women

Saudi Arabia has started issuing driving licenses to women weeks ahead of kingdom official lifting a ban on women drivers.On Monday, the kingdom's general traffic directorate starting replacing internationally driving licenses held by women with Saudi ones throughout the country.  According to the SPA, ten women were given national licenses after handing in their international ones."The exchange process is taking place on various spots around the kingdom to lay the ground for women sitting behind the wheels on the roads - a turning point set to be actualized on June 24," said the SPA.The move comes a few days after, Amnesty International called on the “international community and allies of Saudi Arabia” to exert pressure on Riyadh to immediately and unconditionally release women’s rights d

presstv-uk firm finalizing massive saudi military deal

Rights groups and activists have criticized a major British consulting and accountancy firm over its bidding for a massive military contract in Saudi Arabia, saying the company will become complicit in crimes committed by Saudi Arabia in the war on Yemen.The PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) said Tuesday that it was finalizing a deal with Saudi Arabia’s military to modernize the kingdom’s army, according to an exclusive report by The Guardian. The deal will in its first stage cover issued like recruitment, resourcing, performance management and strategic workforce planning, and how to manage and communicate change.The company, however, failed to say what assurances it will put in place to avoid an involvement in a devastating Saudi war on Yemen, which has already killed 15,000 people, most of t

presstv-saudi arabia crucifies myanmar national

Saudi Arabia has beheaded and "crucified" a Myanmar national over charges of murder, theft and attempted rape.The Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Wednesday that Elias Abulkalaam Jamaleddeen was executed in the Muslim holy city of Mecca under the endorsement of Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the appeals and supreme courts.Jamaleddeen was charged over entering a Myanmar woman's house and discharging a firearm, then stabbing the homeowner to death and robbing the residence.He was also charged for robbing another house, attempted rape, and the theft of firearms and ammunition.Despite being one of the world’s top executioners, Saudi Arabia rarely crucifies convicts - a process in which the condemned is usually beheaded and then the body is put on display with outstretched arms.In

presstv-‘lethal poison’ of takfirism born in saudi arabia, says iran

A senior Iranian diplomat at the United Nations (UN) says Saudi Arabia is the birthplace of the dangerous ideology known as Takfirism, which is employed by such terrorist groups as Daesh.Responding to earlier remarks by a Saudi UN diplomat, Iran’s Counsellor and Permanent Representative to the UN Mohammad Hassani-Nejad said on Friday, “One cannot afford to underestimate the toxic danger that is the Saudi-born ideology of Takfirism.”On November 14, the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly adopted a Canadian-drafted non-binding human rights resolution against Iran with 83 votes in favor, 30 against, and 68 abstentions. Saudi Arabia’s UN Ambassador Abdallah al-Mouallimi said afterwards that Iran had adopted a sectarian approach in Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria and that the resolution shed li

presstv-flow of us-made arms to saudi arabia

A handout picture provided by the Saudi Royal Palace on May 20, 2017 shows US President Donald Trump (L) and Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud attending a signing ceremony at the Saudi Royal Court in Riyadh. (Photo by AFP)The United States has agreed to sell THAAD missile system to Saudi Arabia. The package also includes tanks, artillery, helicopters and warship. The Saudi regime is a main customer of US arms industry. 

presstv-where do saudi weapons come from?

The photo provided by the Saudi Royal Palace shows US President Donald Trump (L) and Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud gesturing during a signing ceremony at the Saudi Royal Court in Riyadh on May 20, 2017. (Photo by AFP)Saudi Arabia has been bombing Yemen since 2015. Western powers are the major arms suppliers to the Saudi regime. 

presstv-israel 'selling nuke information' to saudi arabia

©PressTVThe sensitive information is believed to give Saudi Arabia nuclear weapons capabilities. The cooperation has been made possible following widening ties between Saudi Arabia and Israel.

presstv-women in saudi arabia: living in a lie

Women in Saudi Arabia This episode of the program discusses the lives of women in Saudi Arabia following King Salman's order on granting women the right to drive.

presstv-saudi arabia colluding with israel against iran?

Saudi Arabia Chief of Staff of Israeli military, Lieutenant General Gadi Eizenk, has said Tel Aviv is ready to work with Saudi Arabia against Iran. Leaked documents say Riyadh is considering plans to normalize ties with Tel Aviv.

presstv-‘us, saudi arabia threaten human rights’

The US government’s support for Saudi Arabia in its brutal war against Yemen highlights that Washington and Riyadh threaten human rights and are indifferent to human suffering, says an American analyst.“Human rights matter for the United States as rhetorical device to allow intervention in various countries’ affairs,” said Don DeBar, a political commentator and radio host in New York.“Does the United States care about human rights? Certainly their alliance with the Saudis in an illegal war on Yemen indicates not,” DeBar told Press TV on Tuesday.Men and women have no rights in Saudi Arabia and a small group in the country control everything, the analyst added.Amnesty International has compiled a list of 100 ways the Trump administration has threatened human rights in the US and around the w

presstv-saudi arabia will let women drive

Riyadh has removed the driving ban on women as part of its recent reforms to undo the damage the ultraconservative kingdom has suffered for decades of human rights violations both inside and outside of Saudi Arabia."The royal decree will implement the provisions of traffic regulations, including the issuance of driving licenses for men and women alike," said a statement released by the Saudi Press Agency on Tuesday.It noted that the decree would come into force as of June 2018, and that it must "apply and adhere to the necessary Sharia standards.”Saudi Arabia’s US ambassador told reporters that Saudi women would not need approval from their male guardian to acquire a driving license after the new rules take effect.He added that women from Persian Gulf Cooperation Council member states, who

presstv-saudi efforts to change image 'fooling nobody': amnesty

Amnesty International says Saudi Arabia's efforts to rebrand its image are just a public relations blitz that cannot hide the regime’s dire human rights record. The London-based rights group said in a statement on Thursday that the Saudi image is tarnished by "a ruthless crackdown on freedom of expression and a bombing offensive in Yemen" and that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's recent visits to the UK and US are futile to mask the kingdom's crackdown against dissent.“The best PR machine in the world cannot gloss over Saudi Arabia’s dismal human rights record. The Crown Prince has been cast as a reformer but the crackdown against dissenting voices in his country has only intensified since his appointment last June,” said Samah Hadid, director of Campaigns for Amnesty International in th

presstv-un rights office urges saudi arabia to free activists

The United Nations human rights office has called on Saudi Arabia to release all peaceful activists as Riyadh continues its heavy-handed crackdown on dissent.Ravina Shamdasani, spokeswoman of the UN rights office, during a press briefing in the Swiss city of Geneva on Tuesday demanded the immediate release of all rights advocates, including women held for campaigning to lift a long-time ban on driving."We urge the government of Saudi Arabia to unconditionally release all human rights defenders and activists who have been detained for their peaceful human rights work, including their decades-long campaigns for the lifting of the driving ban for women," Shamdasani said.“Dissent, criticism of the government is still not accepted in the country. That can explain why many of these human rights

presstv-is pakistan cozying up to saudi arabia?

This file image shows Pakistani army soldiers patrolling outside a stadium in the city of Lahore, on October 27, 2017. (By AFP)Pakistan says it’s sending troops to Saudi Arabia. Islamabad claims the troops will remain inside the Kingdom. Saudi Arabia has been waging a deadly war against Yemen since 2015. 

presstv-us ready to admit saudi students leaving canada

Amid a diplomatic dispute between Riyadh and Ottawa, an American university has facilitated its admission process for thousands of Saudi students who have to leave Canada on the Arab kingdom’s order.The Portland State University recently offered “expedited admission” to 12,000 Saudi students studying in Canada, particularly those whose education is funded by a Saudi scholarship program.Based on an order by the Saudi government, all these students have been urged to leave Canada in protest at Ottawa’s criticism of human rights situation in the Arab kingdom.The American university has even waived its application fee for these students in a bid to show itself as a “partner to Saudi students.”Saudi Arabia had earlier announced its plan to relocate all these students to the UK, the US, Australi

presstv-tillerson in saudi arabia to push failed us vision

Tillerson in Saudi ArabiaThe US Secretary of State has traveled to Saudi Arabia to press the Trump administration new aggressive policy against Iran.

presstv-riyadh ‘in no position to speak for women at un’

Members of the European Parliament have slammed as repugnant and unacceptable the April election of Saudi Arabia to serve on the UN women’s right commission. The UN vote, which paved the way for Riyadh, viewed as the world’s leading oppressor of women, to sit on the council prompted outrage from human rights groups worldwide. Press TV has asked  Catherine Shakdam, director of the Shafaqna Institute for Middle Eastern Studies from London, and Jihad Mouracadeh, lecturer and political analyst from Beirut, to express their views on the issue.Shakdam said that the Saudi kingdom has no right to represent women in the international community, because the regime does not even recognize the basic rights of its own female citizens.“Saudi Arabia does not recognize women as human being,” the expert sa

presstv-medina among major date producers in saudi arabia

Mahmoud HabibiPress TV, MedinaWith pilgrims arriving in the city of Medina in Saudi Arabia during the Hajj season, some businesses are flourishing including the dates trade. With its large palm groves, the city produces about one third of Saudi Arabia’s dates.

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