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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a monarchy, ruled by the Al Saud family, with a population of 22.7 million, including 6.1 million foreigners.
Since 2005, King Abdullah bin Abd Al‑Aziz Al Saud has ruled the Kingdom and serves as custodian of Islam's two holiest sites in Mecca and Medina.
Improvements during the year included less restriction on some issues reported in the media, including complaints against the government and a lifting of restrictions on several banned books.
According to human rights activists from an un-licensed nongovernmental organization (NGO), the Ministry of Interior (MOI) allegedly sought to enforce a ban on the use of torture by police officers and dismissed some officers failing to adhere to this ban.
During the week of August 5, a Bangladeshi man died in Medina while in the custody of the religious police.
They arrested him for allegedly washing a car while he should have been attending prayers.
Disappearance There were no reports of politically motivated disappearances during the year.c.
On April 18, an Internet news site posted five video clips of a prison guard beating prisonersat the al‑Ha'ir Correctional Facility.Violence against women and discrimination on the basis of gender, religion, sect, and ethnicity were common.Limitations on the rights of foreign workers remained a severe problem.According to the NSHR report covering the 2006 calendar year, they received numerous complaints of beatings, humiliation, confiscation of personal property and unnecessary body searches and the use of coercion to sign confessions.During the year according to Human Rights Watch (HRW), the press reported 153 beheadings of individuals who were convicted of murder, narcotics‑related offenses, and armed robbery, as well as of rape, sorcery and adultery.