Usama Al-Hasan Wiki
Usama Al-Hasan Biography
Usama Al-Hasan is an Australian businessman fighting extradition to Saudi Arabia after being arrested in Morocco for alleged anti-government activism. Usama was traveling with his Australian passport when he was arrested upon his arrival in the Moroccan capital, Rabat, three weeks ago.
Dr Hasani, who has dual Australian and Saudi citizenship, is accused of being involved in a group that opposes the Saudi state-sponsored form of Islam known as Wahhabism, Moroccan news site Yabiladi reported.
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The Saudi human rights group Prisoners of Conscience said that Dr. Al-Husaini was arrested at the request of the Saudi authorities, who also requested his deportation as soon as possible. ‘We confirm that the Moroccan authorities will take Dr. Usama Al-Husaini to trial on March 3, then most likely they will deport him to Saudi Arabia, where the real danger lies because he will be killed or imprisoned for several years. years, ” he tweeted.
The group described Dr. Al-Husaini as a “prominent figure.”
“He is a merchant, Quran reader and former professor at King Abdulaziz University [in Jeddah],” Prisoners of Conscience tweeted:
The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs confirmed that it was providing consular assistance to an Australian detained in Morocco. Australian Middle East expert Rodger Shanahan of the Lowy Institute told The Australian that he believes the case will pose a challenge to the Australian government.
Usama Al-Hasan, businessman
Dr. Al-Husaini describes himself on his Twitter account as an associate professor of business information systems and a consultant for international business and trade. “I am a witness that the property is for God and everything else is false,” he reads him in the Twitter biography of him.
“Graduated in several novels and I love poetry and history, interested in spirituality”.
There are concerns that the arrest of Dr. Al-Husaini is, at least in part, an attempt by the Saudi ruling family to undermine opposition to his rule.
The de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, approved an operation to capture or kill slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018, according to US intelligence released on Friday.
US President Joe Biden stated that he would hold Saudi Arabia responsible for Khashoggi’s assassination, but has so far failed to apply comprehensive sanctions.