Chairman of the Executive Council of the Consumer Protection Association, Professor of Hisbah and Control, and a member of the faculty at Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University. Believed to be arrested because of his objection to the policy of the decision to increase the price of chronic illness medicines that the patient constantly needs. His fierce war on commercial fraud and merchant greed for consumer protection. Media channels owned by the authorities accused him of financing terrorist groups. Frequent altercations from Suleiman Aba Al-Khail, former director of the Imam University.