A file photo of head of the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA), Saad Al-Faqih.
A top Saudi opposition figure has called on religious authorities and al-Saud-affiliated media outlets to reveal how certain members of the ruling Saudi regime kidnap and sexually abuse girls in the country.
Head of the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA), Sa’ad al-Faqih, referred to the case of a Saudi girl who was abducted and sexually abused by Fahd bin Khalid al-Saud as among thousands of cases committed by al-Saud dynasty.
“Certain members of the ruling regime enjoy some type of immunity which lets them sexually abuse women, thus the regime entice them to commit this crimes”, said al-Faqih.
Al-Faqih called for an uprising against tyranny and cruelty exercised by corrupt members of the country’s royal family and demanded that a serious measure be taken through international criminal courts to put an end to their heinous acts.
Some Saudi sources recently carried reports of a case in which Fahd bin Khalid al-Saud had sexually abused a girl through threatening her with gun.
According to sources, he had kidnapped the girl in the port city of Jeddah and taken her to his private residence while pretending that he was drunk. He had also shot a guard in his arm.
The Saudi regime police later arrested the abused girl in Fahd villa and charged her with immoral activity, and released Fahd.
Mother of the abducted girl is reported to be under severe mental pressures after she got to know what had happened to her child.