Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi

Suliman Ibrahim Al-ReshoudiSuliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi

Human Rights in Saudi Arabia

Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi is a Saudi judge and human rights defender, working on civil liberties in Saudi Arabia. He worked mainly on the defence of prisoners of conscience, and has been arrested himself as a result of his human rights work.

Front Line Defenders has issued urgent appeals and news items about Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi:

26 January 2012 - UPDATE - Human rights defender Sheikh Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi to appeal sentence following an unfair trial

30 November 2011 - Sentencing of human rights defender Sheikh Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi

22 October 2010 - UPDATE – Continued detention and fear of secret trial for human rights defender Judge Suliman Al-Reshoudi and twelve others

8 September 2010 - Human rights defender Judge Suliman Al-Reshoudi and twelve others subject to unfair trial

26 August 2010 - Update - Court to announce verdict on the legality of detaining human rights defender Judge Suliman Ibrahim Al-Reshoudi

25 March 2010 - Judge Suliman Al-Reshoudi in incommunicado detention for more than three years without charge or trial

21 July 2010 - Update - Court proceedings initiated challenging the detention of Judge Suliman Al-Reshoudi for more than three years without charge or trial