Kashghari repents in court
2012-03-09 - Arab News - Saudi columnist and writer Hamza Kashgari, who was being detained at Al-Hair prison in Riyadh after being accused of tweeting insulting comments about Islam and the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), formally repented before the summary court in Riyadh on Tuesday, local daily Al-Madinah reported yesterday. 

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