Demanding the release of detained Saudi blogger Fouad Al Farhan, the Hands Across the Middle East Support Alliance (HAMSA) has called for a vigil today in front of the Saudi Embassy in Washington DC from 13:00-14:45. If you cannot attend, please take a moment to join over 1,200 other people and send a letter to Saudi officials calling for Fouad’s release.
On a related note, all bloggers are invited to participate in “Fouad’s Week,” a week long event in which we are going to embrace “We Are All Fouads” as a slogan. The event will take place between Saturday Feb 9th and Friday Feb 15th. You can read more on the goals of this event and how you can take part here.
6 thoughts on “Free Fouad Rally at Saudi Embassy in Washington”
Thanks, I’ve been looking for something to ‘do’ and this is it. good work!
Why don’t you protest outside some government office in Saudi Arabia rather than the embassy in the US?
thanks for calling us , we will do as best as we can for making freedom to fouad
Keith, public demonstrations are not allowed in Saudi Arabia.
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