A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced human rights activists Mohammed Fahd al-Qahtani and Abdullah Hamad to 10 years in prison each. The two were convicted of sedition and providing false information to foreign journalists. A group they founded has called for a constitutional monarchy and rebuked then-Crown Prince Nayef for not investigating reports of human rights abuses by the government.
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