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The emir then asked the Saudi dissidents in London to get involved in the plan and Saad al-Faqih, the head of the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia, assured that assassinating the Saudi king was not unachievable and said once the plot was successful, the collapse of the regime by the "jihadists" ...
Al-Faqih is a Saudi dissident living in London who heads the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA). In December 2004, the US Treasury accused al-Faqih of being affiliated with Al Qaeda, and alleges he has maintained relations to the group since 1998. Al-Qahtani said he would reveal “more ...

Saad al-Fagih, a Saudi oppositionist living in London, described the municipal elections as an attempt to confer legitimacy to the Saudi rule. Fagih presides over the UK-based Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia. Shiite Saudi oppositionist Ali al-Ahmed, head and founder of the Institute for Gulf Affairs in ...
Neither called for the overthrow of the regime. Nor did they call for public demonstrations. In each case, authors were careful not to involve open opposition outside Saudi Arabia—for example, from the U.K.-based Sunni Islamist group MIRA, the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia. Reformers told me that ...
The UN Security Council committee monitoring sanctions against al-Qaeda has removed a London-based Saudi dissident from its blacklist. Saad al-Faqih and his Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia were de-listed after the committee decided not to override an ombudsman's recommendation. Dr Faqih ...
A UN Security Council committee has removed Saudi dissident Saad al-Faqih and his Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia from the UN al Qaeda sanctions list, Germany's UN envoy confirmed on Monday. The move came despite Saudi Arabia's opposition and US concerns about Faqih, UN diplomats ...

Faqih formed the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA) in 1996, an openly disloyal opposition group. Faqih – whose underlying political-religious philosophy is a mix of Muslim Brotherhood and core Salafi beliefs – can be described as the most committed and recalcitrant non-violent enemy of the ...
Demonstrations and protests are planned in Saudi Arabia on Friday 11 March. If the street protests take place, that will be the surest sign yet that the region-wide dynamic of revolt and change has penetrated one of the world's most closed societies. At the centre of opposition to the ruling House of Saud ...
Saad al-Faqih, who heads the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (Mira), is accused by the UN of ties to the terror organisation. He denies the claims. UK financial institutions have been told not to release Mira's assets. The Treasury said it had "reasonable grounds" for suspecting the group was acting ...
At the time, the Saudi dissident Sa'ad al-Faqih, who heads the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia, defended Sheikha Mouzah. Now word ...
Al-Faqih is a Saudi dissident living in London who heads the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA). In December 2004, the US ...
Fagih presides over the UK-based Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia. Shiite Saudi oppositionist Ali al-Ahmed, head and founder of the ...
... opposition outside Saudi Arabia—for example, from the U.K.-based Sunni Islamist group MIRA, the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia.
Saad al-Faqih and his Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia were de-listed after the committee decided not to override an ombudsman's ...
A UN Security Council committee has removed Saudi dissident Saad al-Faqih and his Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia from the UN al ...
Faqih formed the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA) in 1996, an openly disloyal opposition group. Faqih – whose underlying ...
... intermittently since 1744 – is the London-based Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA) led by former surgeon Dr. Saad al-Faqih.

Saad al-Faqih, who heads the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (Mira), is accused by the UN of ties to the terror organisation. He denies ...
... the head of the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia, assured that assassinating the Saudi king was not unachievable and said once the ...
At the time, the Saudi dissident Sa'ad al-Faqih, who heads the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia, defended Sheikha Mouzah. Now word ...
Al-Faqih is a Saudi dissident living in London who heads the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA). In December 2004, the US ...
Fagih presides over the UK-based Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia. Shiite Saudi oppositionist Ali al-Ahmed, head and founder of the ...
He said he would reveal his sufferings under reign of Al Saud regime on the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA) television channel.
... opposition outside Saudi Arabia—for example, from the U.K.-based Sunni Islamist group MIRA, the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia.
Saad al-Faqih - who runs the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia - has lived in the UK since 1993. Both the UAE and Saudi Arabia have ...
Saad al-Faqih and his Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia were de-listed after the committee decided not to override an ombudsman's ...
A UN Security Council committee has removed Saudi dissident Saad al-Faqih and his Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia from the UN al ...
Faqih formed the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA) in 1996, an openly disloyal opposition group. Faqih – whose underlying ...
... intermittently since 1744 – is the London-based Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA) led by former surgeon Dr. Saad al-Faqih.
Saad al-Faqih, who heads the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (Mira), is accused by the UN of ties to the terror organisation. He denies ...
Fagih presides over the UK-based Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia. Shiite Saudi oppositionist Ali al-Ahmed, head and founder of the Institute for Gulf Affairs in Washington, called for a boycott of the elections, describing them Dec. 11 on Twitter ...


 

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