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Saudi Arabia interested in purchasing Israeli-made Spike missiles: Report

LONDON: Saudi Arabia has reportedly shown interest in purchasing Israeli-made long-range Spike precision missiles as the Riyadh regime continues covert efforts to normalize relations with the Tel Aviv regime after years of clandestine contacts. The London-based al-Araby al-Jadeed newspaper, citing a report published by Hebrew-language Israel Defense magazine, reported on …

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Muslim group OIC rejects Trump’s Middle East plan

JEDDAH: The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has rejected US President Donald Trump’s so-called “deal of the century” on the decades-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The OIC convened in Jeddah on Monday to discuss the plan Trump unveiled alongside Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House on Tuesday. The 57-member …

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Senior Saudi scholar visits Auschwitz camp ahead of Holocaust anniversary

WARSAW: Senior Saudi religious scholar and former justice minister, Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdul Karim bin Abdulaziz al-Issa, has visited the former Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz in Poland along with a Jewish group, days before the Tel Aviv regime is going to commemorate the Holocaust in the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds. On …

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NGOs boycott pre-G20 meetings in Saudi Arabia over rights violations

RIYADH: Three prominent international NGOs have boycotted meetings that Saudi Arabia is holding with civil society groups ahead of the annual Group of Twenty (G20) Summit, saying the Riyadh regime is trying to “whitewash its dire human rights record” by hosting such events. In a joint statement issued on Monday, …

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Prominent Saudi dissident cleric without basic human rights in prison: Son

RIYADH: The son of prominent Saudi dissident Muslim cleric Sheikh Salman al-Awdah says his father is subjected to treatment that infringes upon his basic rights and that he is denied urgent medical care, as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against pro-democracy campaigners, Muslim preachers and intellectuals …

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Saudi Arabia arrests hundreds after ‘modernization’ festival

Saudi Arabia has arrested over 200 people for violating “public decency”, casting doubt on Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s so-called plan to “modernize” the ultra-conservative Arab kingdom. Riyadh police said about 120 men and women have been arrested over the past week for offending public morals, including wearing “inappropriate clothes”, …

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