Saudi Arabia: Hani al-Sayegh, deported, detained, denied basic rights
This theme leaflet is part of Amnesty International's series of documents, during its 2000 campaign, highlighting the human rights situation in Saudi Arabia. The leaflet contains brief details of the case of Hani al-Sayegh, forcibly returnedfrom the USA and held in detention in connection bombing in 1996. Amnesty International fears that he may face execution after an unfair trial.
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