A Saudi court has sentenced attorney and human rights activist Waleed Abulkhair to 15 years in prison for "inciting public opinion against the government." Colleagues say he is being punished for his defense of human rights activists as well as his own personal call for the release of political prisoners and the expansion of rights for women.
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