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Based on recent attempts to circumvent rules, regulations, and procedures for illegal purposes, and confirming its December 30, 2008 declaration, the security spokesperson for the Ministry of Interior clarified that Saudi laws and regulations strictly prohibit all kinds of demonstrations, marches, protests, or calling for them, as they contradict with Islamic Shari’a principles and the values and customs of Saudi society. They also breach public order, harm public and private interest, infringe upon other people’s rights, and may lead to chaos, bloodshed, robbery, and put public and private property at risk.
The MOI spokesperson reiterated that the current governing system and prevalent values in our society- which is ruled by the laws of God and the Sunnah of his prophet- guarantee legitimate means of expression and open doors that ensure communication with all those responsible for achieving public interest. As such, security forces are authorized to take all necessary actions against those who attempt to breach the system in any way, whatsoever and to take legal action against them.