An advance copy of a new PBS Frontline documentary, “Saudi Arabia Uncovered,” scheduled to air next Tuesday, March 29, has been made available to the Inquisitr for review. “ Saudi Arabia Uncovered” was directed and produced by James Jones and is a Hardcash production for Frontline and ITV, as reported by PBS. British residents had […]
In Dec. 2015, current Liberal Minister of Foreign Affairs Stephan Dion did raise Badawi’s case with his Saudi counterparts and a spokesperson for Dion said the minister would continue to do so. Such early maneuvers may have left human rights activists feeling relieved that a new path was being charted by the Canadian Government. However, […]
By. CILuna27 – I want to share in this post some thoughts about two books which were published last year: Ensaf Haidar’s book: “Freiheit für Raif Badawi, die Liebe meines Lebens” (“Freedom for Raif Badawi, the love of my life”) and a collection of Raif Badawi’s blog posts “1000 Lashes because I say what I […]
NATIONAL REVIEW by JAY NORDLINGER Ensaf Haidar is playing a familiar role, and it is a very difficult role: wife of a political prisoner, who finds herself in exile, spending her time campaigning for her husband. Trying to keep him alive, trying to win his release. READ MORE.
March 5, 2016 – By CATHERINE SOLYOM, MONTREAL GAZETTE More from Catherine Solyom, Montreal Gazette Sherbrooke, Que. – The last time Ensaf Haidar spoke to her husband, Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, it was for exactly three minutes. Since Badawi was moved to a prison in Jeddah in December, Haidar cannot call him herself, or send him any […]
Raif Badawi’s wife pleads with the world not to forget her husband – See more at: http://www.tomgrossmedia.com/mideastdispatches/archives/001593.html#sthash.6r5i2gIm.dpuf
Note by Tom Gross. Above is a video of the on-stage interview I conducted earlier this week with Ensaf Haidar, the wife of the courageous Saudi blogger and political prisoner Raif Badawi. In 2014, Raif Badawi was sentenced to 1000 lashes and ten years in harsh prison conditions for calling for freedom of speech in […]
The Globe and Mail – OTTAWA – By STEVEN CHASE A law professor and human-rights lawyer, Mr. Cotler has drawn acclaim for his work as counsel to prisoners of conscience worldwide, from South Africa’s Nelson Mandela to Soviet-era dissident Natan Sharansky. “My position as a matter of general principle – that would apply to Saudi […]