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Violations against released detainees in Saudi Arabia, human rights group says

Human rights sources revealed new violations against released detainees in Saudi Arabia, including the prevention of any of them from talking about what they were exposed to in prison, in addition to imposing financial restrictions on them.

The Sanad for Human Rights Organization quoted unnamed sources as saying that the Saudi authorities warned the released detainees that if they did not remain silent, they would be arrested again.

The sources added that the Saudi authorities prevented the released citizens from withdrawing more than 40,000 riyals from their bank accounts, in addition to preventing withdrawals on a daily basis.

The organization stated that these violations represent a continuation of the series of previous violations that the released detainees were exposed to, which included the ban on travel, use of social media, and other documented violations.

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