Top Islamist cleric 'detained by Saudi authorities'

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Top Islamist cleric 'detained by Saudi authorities'
Top Islamist cleric 'detained by Saudi authorities'

Rights campaigners and online activists say Sheikh Safar al-Hawali has been taken into custody Saudi Arabia has detained a prominent Islamist scholar, activists said Thursday, in a widening crackdown on dissent in the ultra-conservative kingdom, which is undergoing sweeping economic and social reforms. Rights campaigners and online activists said Sheikh Safar al-Hawali, a Sunni Islamist scholar and leading figure in Saudi Arabia's Islamic Sahwa reformist movement, had been taken into custody. Th...

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