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  • Evelyn Wake
    commented 2018-08-12 20:56:08 -0400
    I strongly support our government in its stand against injustice and human rights violations everywhere in this world. The KSA has shown itself to be a repressive regime. While its king may be attempting to modernize his country by allowing women to drive, they are still being oppressed there in many ways; and so are legitimate peaceful protestors of its policies who are being wrongfully imprisoned.
  • Hesham Algindi
    commented 2018-08-12 15:12:36 -0400
    We support Canada to Keep pressure on the Saudis childhood Regime to free all oppossition detainees, and not only the recent.
  • Rodney Martin Lockyer
    commented 2018-08-12 10:50:25 -0400
    If They Down Not Know, The Hole World Know About Them, AND It Is Time For The FREE Countries To Say Something. And Share All The Documentaries And Other Proof
  • Naima Hanafi
    commented 2018-08-10 02:40:20 -0400
    Saudi Arabia is hated across the Muslim World except maybe in the Golf countries, but again look at their recent feud with Qatar.
    It is so hypocritical of the US & the UK to stay silent and support Saudi Arabia when they have nothing in common with them.
    They are quick to condemn countries like Iran or those who do not agree with them, but turn a blind eye on the atrocities committed by Israel in Palestine or the KSA in Yemen.
    I am proud of the stance Canada took and the unapologetic statement by our Foreign Affairs Minister.
    Saudi Arabia is weak when it comes to condemning the US islamophobic policies & Trump frequent attacks on islam, but they are quick to react to a simple twitter, such a childish way of dealing with a disagreement.
    Saudi Arabia needs a lesson in diplomacy. It is not by bullying other countries Us-style that it will get what it wants.
  • Naima Hanafi
    commented 2018-08-10 02:36:48 -0400
    As an Canadian-Algerian I have thought about it before this incident for few months now, and given the latest development in the world as a result of the KSA policies within and abroad, I decided to boycott the Hajj pilgrimage that Saudi Arabia profits a great deal from economically.
    All Muslims around the world should do the same, until the KSA stops acting as if the holly site belongs to them, and impose their false version of islam.

    Saudi Arabia financed the Civil War in Algeria waged by the GIA “Group Islamic Armé ”
    (The Islamic Armed Group ) in the 90’s, when they were prevented by the army to instaure an islamic State in Algeria.
    Yet Saudi Arabia will never allow dissent in their own country.
    These bedouins are far from representing islam &/or the Muslim World.
    They support the terrorist state of Israel while bombing civilians in Yemen and financing terrorism elsewhere.
    They sold their soul for little gain.
    Shame on them.

    I hope our Canadian government will stand its ground in this matter.
    It was about time that Canada spoke about the lack of human rights in the KSA.
  • Raad Ridha
    commented 2018-08-09 14:39:58 -0400
    I think all the free countries have to stop dealing with kingdom of terrorism.
  • Behzad Bahar
    commented 2018-08-09 12:24:33 -0400
    The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia did not start violating basic human rights last week. Canada’s policies towards the KSA are not defendable. Canada closed the embassy of Iran for concerns over human rights, yet signed a contract to sell military vehicles to the KSA. This was done by the Conservative government and continued by the Liberal government. Even today, if the KSA doesn’t cancel the military vehicles contract, Canada still wants to make and deliver the vehicles. Actions speak louder than words. Having said that, I am happy that Canada spoke just a bit.
  • Naima Hanafi
    commented 2018-08-09 00:44:02 -0400
    As an Canadian-Algerian I have decided to boycott the Hajj pilgrimage that Saudi Arabia profits a great deal from  economically. 
    All Muslims around the world should do the same.

    Saudi Arabia financed the Civil War in Algeria waged by the GIA “Group Islamic Armé ”  
    (The Islamic Armed Group ) in the 90’s, when they were prevented by the army to instaure an islamic State in Algeria.
    Yet Saudi Arabia will never allow dissent in their own country.
    These bedouins are far from representing islam &/or the Muslim World.
    They support the terrorist staelte if Israel while bombing civilains in yemen and financing terroris elsehwere.
    They sold their soul for little gain. 
    Shame on them.

    I hope our Canadian governement will stand its ground in this matter.
  • Naima Hanafi
    commented 2018-08-09 00:38:15 -0400
    Saudi Arabia is hated across the Muslim World except maybe in the Golf countries, but again look at their recent feud with Qatar.
    It is so hypocritical of the US & the UK to stay silent and support Saudi Arabia when they have nothing in common with them.
    I am proud of the stance Canada took and the unapologetic statement by our Foreign Affairs Minister.
    Saudi Arabia is weak when it comes to condemning the US  islamophobic policies & Trump frequent attacks on islam, but they are quick to react to a simple twitter, such a childish way of dealing with a disagreement.
    Saudi arabia meeds a lesson in diplomacy. It is not by bullying other countries Is-style that it will get what it wants.
  • Moses Zayat
    commented 2018-08-08 22:11:16 -0400
    Saudi Arabia is a bully and must be stopped. We teach our kids to stand against bullies, it is time to do what we teach. This is not human rights issue anymore, it’s about Canadian pride.
  • Naima Hanafi
    followed this page 2018-08-08 21:55:09 -0400
  • Mouamar Yasser Karnib
    commented 2018-08-08 20:54:43 -0400
    Le régime le plus dictateur au monde est celui de l’Arabie Saoudite. Ils demandent et financent pour ce qu’ils disent la liberté des peuples, ou est celle du leurs? Emprisonnement sans preuves, condamnation à la mort pour celui qui ose demander la liberté d’expression. Quel model du pays “moderne” qui voit le reste du monde comme des moutons…
  • Siddiquie Rizwana
    commented 2018-08-08 16:33:03 -0400
    Saudi Arabia’s government needs to see their unjust practices for what they are! All people are entitled to their human rights. The Saudi government of all governments needs to be constantly reminded of this. Shame on them!
  • Christian Gasse
    commented 2018-08-08 15:34:24 -0400
    Really that backward regime should be shunt from the world with pressure from all of us, so fuck their bullying.Lets buy our oil from others.
  • Mayar El
    commented 2018-08-08 12:36:09 -0400
    Canada’s stace on human rights violations in Saudi Arabia is commended; however, for this position to be fully meaningful and impactful, ALL human rights violaxtions should be condemned, especially the gravest ones of them like the ones committed by the Israeli, Syrian, Egyptian,
  • Habiba Harche
    followed this page 2018-08-08 12:33:46 -0400
  • Wissam Halawani
    commented 2018-08-08 11:55:35 -0400
    Saudi Arabia is a bully and must be stopped. We teach our kids to stand against bullies, it is time to do what we teach. This is not human rights issue anymore, it’s about Canadian pride.