Saudi Arabia

  • In 1997, Saudi Arabia bought arms from the US worth $4.7 billion [read more]

  • Suspected political or religious activists suffer arbitrary arrest and detention, and face judicial procedures where they are denied the most basic rights, such as the right to be defended by a lawyer [read more]

  • Since 1984 the US Department of Commerce has authorized at least a dozen shipments for the transfer of electro-shock weapons to Saudi Arabia [read more]

  • The House of Saud controls 25 per cent of the world's known oil reserves [read more]

  • Saudi Arabia is far more fundamentalist, totalitarian and oppressive of the female half of the population than even Iran [read more]

  • US taxpayers spend $50 billion annually to maintain 20 000 US troops in Saudi Arabia [read more]

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