Why are expatriate Buraidah ‘disproportionately affected’ by terrorism?


The Buraidahs are among the world’s poorest countries, with an estimated 1.3 billion people living in poverty, according to the United Nations.

In 2016, the Buraidas population was estimated at 1.2 million.

The Burayan country has been targeted by a series of terror attacks, including a string of bombings that targeted hotels, schools and other civilian targets.

The attacks have killed over 300 people and injured hundreds more.

However, some Burayan politicians and activists have suggested the government is not doing enough to stop the attacks.

The opposition National Resistance Movement (MNR) is campaigning for more support from Burayan officials.

The MNR is also demanding the release of all the Burayan political prisoners, including political prisoners and journalists.

In March, a Burayan opposition group called for the release from prison of President Mohamed Sakharov and other political prisoners.

It also called for a crackdown on political parties and the establishment of a state-owned company.

In September, the National Resistance movement called for peaceful demonstrations against the government in Burayan, but it was cancelled after the authorities responded by banning the event.

In a video published by the MNR on its website, the group said: “We demand the release and rehabilitation of all political prisoners in Burayna.”

Opposition groups have criticised the government for failing to provide support to the Buraysi community.

Opposition leader and journalist Fauzan Mohamed has called for more Burayans to leave the country and seek asylum in other countries.

“We are tired of Burayan’s continued repression and lack of cooperation with the government,” Mohamed said in a statement on Monday.

“Burayna has been deprived of its autonomy for so long that there are no alternatives for Burayan.”

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