US-Based Saudi Students Warned Against Criticizing Islam and the Homeland

Saudi students abroad who attack religion or the homeland will have their government scholarships suspended, said Saudi cultural attaché to the US Mohammed al-Eisa, warning students that such attacks are a red line that students must not cross. Al-Eisa made this statement during a meeting for Saudi students clubs in the US earlier this week, the daily al-Hayat reported. The Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission has previously warned students against engaging in political debates or speak to American media.