Saudi Arabia: Muslim man arrested for abusing non-Muslim

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By Namta Gupta

New Delhi, May 6th, 2020: A Muslim man was arrested on May 5th, 2020 for abusing a non-Muslim Asian expatriate in Saudi Arabia, reported the Saudi Press Agency.

The report cites an official source at the Public Prosecution of Saudi Arabia saying that the ‘Monitoring Center of the Public Prosecution watched a social media video clip showing a citizen verbally abusing a non-Arabic speaking expatriate of an Asian community on the pretext of inviting him to Islam.’

It further also says that the Public Prosecution ordered the arrest of the abusive citizen and referred him to the Public Prosecution to complete legal procedures against him.

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Earlier, Riyadh Region police had arrested a 50-year-old citizen for beating his two sisters. He was referred to the public prosecution.

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