Saudi students in US complain of threats, intimidation by MBS

Saudi students in the US are being constantly spied on by the government in Riyadh, a PBS NewsHour report has found. Intelligence experts and Saudi students interviewed by the American daily evening television news programme said that the Saudi government closely monitored students when they leave to study in the US and impose penalties on those who criticise the kingdom while studying abroad. These include: passport freezes, death threats, intimidation, retraction of scholarships and attempts to lure them back to the country.