Source: Elizabeth Flock, Washington Post

The Saudi Arabian government has long blocked access to thousands of Web sites that cover topics such as religion, women, health, drugs, sex and pop culture.

But today, the Saudi government took online censoring a step further by blocking access to the Web site of human rights organization Amnesty International.

The move came after Amnesty International criticized a leaked copy of a draft of an anti-terror law proposed by the Saudi government that would stifle peaceful protest in the kingdom.

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