Adam Coogle

Human Rights Watch

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Adam Coogle is a Middle East researcher at Human Rights Watch.

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Before his election, Donald Trump accused Saudi Arabia of complicity in the 911 attacks.  In Riyadh, the President called it a “magnificent” and “sacred land.”

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Before his election, Donald Trump accused Saudi Arabia of complicity in the 911 attacks.  In Riyadh, the President called it a “magnificent” and “sacred land.”

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Saudi Arabia's justice system features public beheadings, hangings and floggings, which — to Western eyes -- are violations of human rights.

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Saudi Arabia's justice system features public beheadings, hangings and floggings, which — to Western eyes -- are violations of human rights.

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