The Sahwa movement in Saudi Arabia has been in and out of favour with the kingdom since the sixties [Various credits, see below]
They could be executed at any moment – reports citing unnamed government sources said they will be convicted and killed after Ramadan, which ended on Monday.
Over the years, many groups – holding diverse views – have formed under the Muslim Brotherhood-inspired Sahwa movement.
But they have broadly advocated for integrating Islamic teachings into education and daily life. Some followers hold progressive views on issues such as women’s rights, while others lean towards conservatism.