According to Borna, according to the Independent newspaper, London Press, Attorney General of Saudi Arabia He has requested a maximum prison term of up to 20 years.
“My sister should be released as soon as possible and praised as a hero,” Legin’s younger sister Lina was quoted as saying. He added: “But instead of appreciating and praising him, he is imprisoned and tortured.” During his two years in prison, he was tortured, assaulted, and held in solitary confinement, on a hunger strike.
“My sister’s only crime is that she has demanded respect for women and freedom, and that is why the Saudi government has demanded a maximum prison term of 20 years,” she said.
In this regard, “Hebeh Murif”, the director of the Middle East and North Africa region Amnesty International “Such a demand is a sign of excessive violence by Saudi officials,” he said.
Lucy Ray, a spokeswoman for the human rights charity Grant Liberty, also said that a regime that views women’s activities as terrorism has failed miserably. He said: “This trial is formal and the continuation of the sludge detention is a stigma on the international conscience.”
لجین الهذلول She is one of the most important women’s rights activists and human rights defenders in Saudi Arabia, who was arrested and imprisoned in May 2018 on charges of spying for other countries as part of a demonstration of bin Salman’s recent power and a new wave of arrests.
Lejin al-Hazloul was tried in the Ordinary Criminal Court in March 2019, but Saudi officials referred his case to the Special Court for Terrorist Crimes, which deals with the trial of prisoners of conscience and human rights activists.
The Justice for Human Rights organization had previously revealed that Saud Al-QahtaniBin Salman’s advisor was repeatedly seen in the torture chambers of women prisoners, and one of them – possibly Lajin al-Hazlul – threatened to melt his body and throw it in the bathroom.