Saudi Arabia VIOLENTLY EVICTED thousands to make way for its “green” city Neom
05/15/2024 // Ava Grace // Views

Saudi Arabian officials have reportedly allowed the use of lethal force against local villagers to clear land and construct the "green" city named Neom, or "The Line."

Saudi Arabian dissident and former colonel and intelligence officer in the Saudi Arabian secret police Rabih Alenezi, who is now living in exile in the United Kingdom, noted how he was given orders to evict villagers from a local tribe to clear the land for Neom.

Alenezi reported witnessing one person – Abdul Rahim al-Huwaiti of the Howeitat tribe – being shot and killed. Al-Huwaiti refused to let a land registry committee value his property, and he was shot and killed during clearance operations. It was reported that he had posted videos on social media protesting the evictions.

Saudi state security officers claimed that Al-Huwaiti fired on them first and that he was then shot in retaliation. Human rights groups have disputed this, saying that evidence points to Al-Huwaiti being killed for refusing to leave the area and comply with eviction orders.

In a report on the killing and Alenezi's whistleblowing, the BBC noted that it was not able to "independently verify Col. Alenezi's comments about lethal force." However, it did say that it had a source who was familiar with the inner workings of Saudi intelligence who told the BBC that Alenezi's testimony about the clearance mission was accurate in terms of what such clearance missions entail. (Related: Twitter accused of helping Saudi Arabia commit HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES by disclosing user information of online dissidents.)

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Alenezi noted that he does not regret his decision to become a dissident by refusing to execute clearance orders for the project, claiming that Saudi Crown Prince and de facto absolute ruler Mohammed Bin Salman "will let nothing stand in the way of the building of Neom."

"I started to become more worried about what I might be asked to do to my own people," he noted.

"The Line" is the flagship "green" project of what is known as Neom, a $1.5 trillion development on the area's Red Sea. It is being built as part of Saudi Arabia’s 2030 strategy, which looks to move the kingdom's economy away from oil and its vast reserves.

"The Line" itself is a 100-mile-long "car-free" city that is in the northwest of the Gulf country, according to renderings. It will "run into the Red Sea," where an extension of its structure will serve as a port for ships.

The Neom project is being built by dozens of global construction companies, many of them Western-based. According to an analysis conducted by the BBC, satellite images show that three village schools and hospitals have been demolished to make way for the project.

Saudi government allegedly targeting dissidents opposed to Neom construction

Reports indicate that as many as 20,000 locals were forcibly evicted to make way for the Neom project, and the Howeitat tribe is at the forefront of opposition to the project. The tribe's vocal opposition has led to multiple prominent tribe members and leaders being threatened, and some like Alya Al-Huwaiti have even received death threats.

Al-Huwaiti has been living in London in the United Kingdom since she helped circulate Rahim's videos alerting the world that Saudi security forces were trying to forcibly evict members of the Howeitat tribe.

She has been receiving death threats from people she believes are supporters of the crown prince.

"We can get you in London," said Alya, recalling a warning she received on her phone. "You think you are safe there, but you are not."

Al-Huwaiti added that she was also threatened with "the same fate that happened to Jamal Khashoggi," referring to the famous journalist and dissident who was assassinated after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

Watch this video from Matt Freevoice discussing how Neom is part of Saudi Arabia's effort to comply with the climate alarmist Agenda 2030 program.

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