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Saudi blogger Raif Badawi faces further round of flogging, supporters say

Badawi received 50 of 1,000 lashes sentence in 2014 ‘Reliable source’ says whipping could take place at any time Raif Badawi, the imprisoned Saudi blogger whose public flogging in 2015 generated global outcry, now risks a new round of lashes, according to his supporters. Evelyne Abitbol, who founded the Raif Badawi Foundation with Badawi’s wife, said a “reliable source” in Saudi Arabia claims he faces a new flogging after being sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment and 1,000 lashes in 2014 for breaking the kingdom’s technology laws and insulting Islam.
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