Jeddah: Human Rights Watch reportedly that Saudi Arabia has introduced new rules, after which the life of opponent will be more difficult. According to the royal order 44, the people who participate out of the country in the criminal activities shall be punished by twenty years. Furthermore, those who do not believe in God be considered a terrorist group.
Protests and demonstrations against the Saudi government for the worsening law and order situation have been tight around the surrounded. Human Rights Watch’s report has been protested on these new rules as well as Western media is also against of these Saudi rules and regulations and trying to bugs out in these new rules. In these recent laws and regulations turn almost any critical expression or independent association into crimes of terrorism,’ said Joe Stork, deputy Middle East and North Africa director at Human Rights Watch.
In this respect, the Saudi government has avoided any response; however it is to be thought that Saudi’s main objective is to stop people who are participating to fight in Syria by declaring these new laws. It is also to be said that who are participating in the fight in Syria are returning back as a trained and more revolutionary that is the main concern for the Saudi government.
Saudi Arabia’s Islamic religious authorities have spoken out against Saudi fighters going to Syria, but the Interior Ministry estimates that around 1,200 Saudis have gone nonetheless. Riyadh fears returning fighters will target the ruling Al Saud royal family – as happened after the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.