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Saudi Arabia criticized by 36 countries over human rights


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Instead, he has touted the importance of the relationship, citing its purchases of U.S. military hardware, its oil riches and its opposition to Iran.This view is not shared by all in Washington.On March 1, Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va. and Congressman Gerald Connolly, D-Va. called on Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to raise the issue of the “unjust imprisonment” Virginia resident al-Yousef and other activists.On Wednesday, senators from both parties challenged Trump's nominee for ambassador to Saudi Arabia to hold the kingdom to account.Kristian Coates Ulrichsen, a fellow for the Middle East at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy, said he did not anticipate international pressure doing much to change Saudi behavior.Recent key appointments made by the crown prince while his father King Salman was traveling “signal that Mohammed bin Salman remains very firmly in charge and may have been intended as a message of defiance to his international critics, including in Congress."F.

As said here by F. Brinley Bruton, Abigail Williams, Reuters, Associated Press