Interestingly, according to Saudi law, "witchcraft and sorcery" are not specifically defined as crimes. Phillip Luther of Amnesty International says that such charges are often used as a way for the government to silence those who might be exercising freedom of speech.
One thing that's important to note is that in many Middle Eastern countries, "witchcraft" is not viewed the same as the way Neopagans in the western world see it. It's typically considered "low magic," and is perceived as harmful magical practice involving the invoking of spirits or djinn and the sale of curses and spells.
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