The Saudi regime announced mobilization in the face of the “Lock your Door” protest campaign in the Kingdom, in light of its fears of a large and expected popular response to it.
The regime launched a security campaign to search for those responsible for the campaign to pursue them and prevent them from proceeding with the unprecedented campaign, including the rebellion against the crimes of the regime and the corruption of its symbols.
The system issued instructions for its electronic flies to incite and defame the campaign, including describing it as treason and going out of obedience to the guardian.
Activists urged the “Lock your Door” protest campaign in the Kingdom scheduled for next Friday to take steps to civil disobedience against the injustice of the Saudi regime.
The campaign will start immediately after evening prayer, according to the timing of each city, until 12:00 next Friday. The campaign will include during the sit-in hours:
Refrain from requests to deliver restaurants and shops.
Refrain from ordering taxi or cars apps.
Not to perform any banking or communications operations with the telecommunications and banking customer services.
Reducing the consumption of electricity to the minimum possible, while observing a minimum of 20 minutes, during which time the electricity will be completely switched off, either continuously or twice during the three-hour sit-in.
Activists had launched an unprecedented protest campaign in the Kingdom against the crimes of the Al Saud regime under the slogan # Lock_Babik to be launched at midnight next Friday.
Activists have invited citizens to sit in their homes after evening prayers in every city in the kingdom until 12 midnight on Friday, the seventh of this month.
The campaigners presented their demands:
Protest the deteriorating general situation in the Kingdom.
The release of male and female detainees.
Employment of the unemployed.
Enabling the Bidun of their citizenship rights.
Rejection of manifestations of entertainment contrary to the Islamic religion and the values and identity of Saudi society.
Stop wasting public money.
Reject exorbitant taxes.
Improving the standard of living of citizens.
Re-consideration for teachers and review the job regulations.
Reconsidering the position of the two services.
The campaign represents a loud protest cry against the injustice of the Al Saud regime, its gross violations of human rights in the kingdom, and its reliance on repressive and arbitrary rule.
The Kingdom also suffers from a worsening economic crisis that stands out in the high unemployment rates and a record increase in the annual budget deficit as well as elevated economic stagnation.
The campaign also protests the severe and continuing deterioration of the Kingdom in terms of its external image due to the failure of the Al Saud, its failure and the commission of crimes.