صحيفة الحوش السوداني
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, deportation of Sudanese writer-activist to Khartoum
Thursday on 13 July, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been deported the Sudanese writer-activist to Sudan's capital Khartoum, he was been arrested in December last year, he is Alaa Aldifeina, with two other Sudanese Alwaleed Imam, Alqasim Sayid Ahmed, Aldifeina was well-known, activist writer criticizes the Sudanese government, and its oppression of human rights, he has considered a compaigner of ending war in Darfur, west of Sudan, Nuba mountains in South Kordofan state, Blue Nile.
As long as, many Sudanese journalist, they are worried about his current situation at hands of Sudanese security apparatus, they pointed out, Saudi Arabia should be responsible of that, as we know, the Sudanese government has been started to use, its influence with some Arab countries to gag any critic voice against, its oppressive policies against, especially, after participation with Gulf Arab countries in fighting against the shiaa in Yemen, because the kingdom has launches war to curb their influence.
Situation of Sudanese writer and activist, t is unknown, may be, he will face jail and torture too, at this critic moment, we appeal the organizations of human rights to stand and defend his case, because, as we realize, the Sudanese regime never puts considerations of conventions of human rights, and international documents of its, really, his life and health in danger, maybe he will face extrajudicial killing too, we seem our fear of deportation of two Sudanese from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
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