“I view my actions as part of a process toward freedom. I was demanding my right to practice the most basic human rights—freedom of expression and thought—so nothing was done in vain,” he says. “I believe I’m just a scapegoat for a larger conflict. There are a lot of people like me in Saudi Arabia who are fighting for their rights.” — Hamza Kashgari, having fled Saudi Arabia to escape the death-sentence awaiting him after a few relatively vanilla tweets referencing Mohammed.
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