Amnesty International has urged Prince Charles to raise the issue of the blogger Raif Badawi, who has been sentenced to flogging, when he meets members of the Saudi royal family today.
Kate Allen, director of Amnesty International UK, said "how can you be in that country, meeting the leaders of it, and not use the opportunities that there are?"
Prince Charles should mention the flogging of Saudi blogger Raif Badawi during his visit to the country, the activist's wife told ITV News.
The Prince of Wales toured a huge camp city for Syrian refugees in Jordan today as part of is five-day visit to the region.
Prince Charles said the extent to which young people in Britain are becoming radicalised is "alarming" as he began his Middle East tour.