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Two of the co-founders of a Saudi Arabian human rights organization have been imprisoned on charges related to their human rights activism.
A Jordanian man has been held incommunicado in an undisclosed location in Saudi Arabia since 6 January. He was last seen being arrested by Saudi Arabian security forces.
A former judge is being held incommunicado and is at risk of torture or other ill-treatment. He was arrested following a lecture he gave on Shari’a law. He is a prisoner of conscience.
Yemeni national Ibrahim bin Mohammad bin Saghir Hassan and Syrian national Jum’a Ali al-Talib may be at imminent risk of execution in Saudi Arabia for drug-related offenses.