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Two men accused of forced conversion go on trial in September
The first hearing is set for 15 September. Two men, one Lebanese and one Saudi, allegedly helped a young woman from Al-Khobar to convert to Christianity and flee the country. She is said to be in London at present. She worked for an insurance company. Among Saudis, many call for exemplary punishment.
27/07/2012 SAUDI ARABIA
Two men arrested for "forced conversion" of a young woman: they gave her religious books
Girl’s father denounces act. She is now in Lebanon and refuses to return and abandon Christianity. Two colleagues charged, one Saudi and one Lebanese.
13/05/2013 SAUDI ARABIA - LEBANON
Six years and 300 lashes for a Lebanese Christian for having converted a young Saudi
Saudi also sentenced along with the man. Both were colleagues of a young woman, who fled to Sweden after her conversion. The girl is now living under the protection of some NGOs and never wants to return home.
15/04/2009 SAUDI ARABIA – ISLAM
Blogger convert to Christianity released from Saudi prison
Arrested for openly choosing Jesus, Saudi man is released after some months. He still cannot leave the country or appear in media, but many are surprised by the leniency. Under Sharia apostasy is punished by death.
17/07/2004 saudi arabia
Saudi textbooks 'demonise west, Christians and Jews'
25/11/2004 SAUDI ARABIA
Christians arrested and persecuted in Saudi Arabia
Riyadh prisons are full of Christians but also Shiites and 'heretical' Sufi practitioners.
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