It seems the British government listened to the Saudi regime when it addressed the EU recently on Human Rights for Moslems within their lands.
The British government and there private army the police force are now following the lead of our new masters, accept I am the dog they are trying to put on the lead!
The only lead I wear is the one that links me to my Father in heaven and I am not a dog - Try breaking that connection at your own peril!!!
Saudi officials revealed on Tuesday that they had detained leading blogger Fouad al-Farhan. BBC Middle East analyst Roger Hardy looks at the influence and aims of the country's more than 500 bloggers.
A campaign in underway to press for Farhan's release
They blog to give voice to their thirst for change - or just to escape isolation and boredom.
The blogging boom of the last two or three years has given young Saudis a new means of self-expression in a hitherto closed society.
One of the best known is Fouad al-Farhan, who is 32 and runs a small IT company in Jeddah.
Unusually, he blogs under his real name.
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