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Saudia Arabia's future king visiting the UK is being flagged by rights groups

Mohammed bin Salman's forthcoming visit to the UK, condemned by human rights groups, has now solicited a petition to have his entry denied.
Theresa May's December invitation to Mohammed bin Salman authorising his visit to the UK had previously been refuted by multiple human rights groups including the Campaigns Against Arms Trade (CAAT) and Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK (AOHR UK). Governmental pressure, however, to revoke the visit is set to intensify following a new petition order to ban his visit. Amidst the pending arrival, the AOHR UK condemned the UK's superficial relationship with Saudi Arabia to accrue various arms deals, while ignoring war crimes across Yemen and the Crown Prince's responsibility as the transparent overseer. In a New Year Press Release the AOHR UK stated: "Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK (AOHR UK) confirms the regrettable nature of the relationship between the UK and the Saudi Kingdom. AOHR UK considers the UK to be in grave breach of its international obligations, especially the Rome Convention establishing the International Criminal Court. AOHR UK calls upon the Prime...
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