#SaudiRegrets 

Help Educate Actors, Musicians and Athletes on Saudi Arabia's Human Rights Abuses

Saudi leaders should free human rights defenders instead of hide their abuses behind concerts, sports tournaments & flashy events.

UPDATE 2/12/2021: Due to the tireless efforts of Loujain al-Hathloul’s family, the international solidarity community, and YOU, Loujain has been released and is now home with her family!  But there is still work to be done. Loujain remains banned from travel and has a suspended sentence of nearly three years on charges that define her women’s rights activism as crimes under Saudi Arabia’s terrorism regulations, meaning authorities can return her to prison at any time if she decides to speak out or to resume her activism.

Why does the Saudi government need high-profile stars and lavish events like the Jeddah music festival, fashion week, Formula 1, and MDL Beast? It’s part of a very intentional public relations strategy to whitewash their human rights abuses and launder their reputation.  

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