Alleged crimes: Participating in protests and documenting the 2017–18 Qatif unrest in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
Victim's charges: According to Human Rights Watch, the charges include participating in protests, inciting protests, chanting slogans against the regime, attempting to inflame public opinion, filming protests, publishing on social media, using the photo of another woman on her Facebook page, and providing moral support to rioters. Human Rights Watch described the charges as "not resembl[ing] recognizable crimes".
Date of verdict: Trial Ongoing
Updates on trial: The trial was postponed on 13 January 2019 without a new date being set. The Public Prosecutor had been calling for the death sentence. On 31 January 2019 the Saudi authority announced Israa will not be facing the death penalty but a long-term prison sentence.
Violations: Arbitrary arrest/ detention
Violation details: Unknown
Reference 2: https://www.hrw.org/report/2019/11/04/high-cost-change/repression-under-saudi-crown-prince-tarnishes-reforms
Reference 3: https://alqst.org/prisonersofconscience/israa-al-ghomgham