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Saudi Arabia's religious police ordered to be 'gentle' - BBC News

14.4.16

Saudi Arabia's religious police ordered to be 'gentle' - BBC News: Religious police officers, who roam the streets enforcing strict standards of social behaviour, are frequently accused of abusing their powers.

Several were reportedly arrested in February for allegedly assaulting (YouTube video) a young woman outside a shopping centre in the capital, Riyadh.

In 2013, four officers were accused of causing a fatal car crash when they pursued two brothers who had refused to turn the radio down in their vehicle. However, a court subsequently acquitted them.


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