The Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) called on the Saudi authorities to release its representative in the kingdom, Muhammad al-Khudari, and all Palestinian detainees.
Since the beginning of the discussion on the case about two years ago, Riyadh has not issued any comment or clarification on the matter, but it says that the detainees are dealt with by the competent courts, and that they enjoy all their rights guaranteed by the system.
The leader of the movement, Raafat, once described the continued detention of al-Khudari and others as a great injustice and insult to the Palestinian people and their cause, and to Palestinian-Saudi relations.
Yesterday, Tuesday, a session was held in Saudi Arabia to try the Palestinian detainees, including the representative of the Hamas movement in the kingdom, Muhammad Al-Khudari.
Hamas announced in previous statements that Saudi Arabia has detained about 60 Palestinians of its members and supporters, including its former representative in Riyadh Al-Khudari and his son Hani, since April 2019, without further details.
Last February, Amnesty International said that the health condition of the Al-Khudari leader had deteriorated significantly as a result of the conditions of detention.