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He is being held in custody in the Dammam Police Department awaiting the Dammam’s General Attorney office for prosecution.
The case has been reported to Amnesty International, while Facebook declined to comment.
As British prime minister, David Cameron visits Saudi Arabia today, activists report the plight of a man arrested by the religious police who may face corporal punishment.
Activists are concerned for the safety of a 30-year-old man arrested by the religious police in Saudi Arabia for using Facebook to date other men.
We are committed to combating violence and discrimination against LGBT people as an integral part of our international human rights work.
All communications (including electronic) can be seized by the government for evidence in criminal trials; previously men have been arrested for homosexuality via paltalk (a social networking site popular in the Gulf), and gay-dating sites.