- Sex: Male
He is a former employee in the al-Khuraiba municipality, who was dismissed from his job in 2005 due to an accusation of being in communication with London-based dissident Saad al-Faqih.
Arrest and jail information
- Date of arrest: 24 November 2020
- Manner of arrest: He was arrested together with Shadli Ahmed Mahmoud and Mahmoud Ahmed Mahmoud al-Huwaiti.
- Charges: The charges against him included “adopting a terrorist approach by attacking the symbols of the state through social media, namely Twitter, Signal and Telegram, with the intention of destabilising the security and stability of the society and the state”; “supporting people with a terrorist ideology who seek to disturb public order and endanger its national unity, by possessing video clips of them and publishing them via the social networking site Twitter” and “possession of an unlicensed gun”, which the authorities claimed he was going to use in terrorist operations.
- Verdict: 50 years in prison, followed by a 50-year travel ban
- Date of verdict: August 2022
- Arbitrary arrest/ detention ,
- Observers denied access to court hearings
August 2022 - The Specialised Criminal Court of Appeal sentenced Abdullah Dakhil Allah, along with Abdulilah Rashid Ibrahim al-Huwaiti, to 50 years in prison, followed by a 50-year travel ban, for supporting their family’s refusal to be forcibly evicted from their homes to make way for the Neom project.
31 January 2022 - He was initially sentenced to 16 years in prison.
24 November 2020 - He was arrested together with Shadli Ahmed Mahmoud and Mahmoud Ahmed Mahmoud al-Huwaiti.