Organization of Saudi Communists

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Organization of Saudi Communists
منظمة الشيوعيين السعوديين
Succeeded by Communist Party in Saudi Arabia
Ideology Marxism-Leninism
Politics of Saudi Arabia
Political parties
Elections

The Organization of Saudi Communists (Arabic: منظمة الشيوعيين السعوديين‎) was a political party in Saudi Arabia. The OSC was formed in Beirut by Communists involved in the Arab National Liberation Movement; a coalition of Saudi opposition groups, including Talal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. The OSC was formed so that Saudi Communists could retain a degree of autonomy whilst still being involved with the larger Movement.[1] Abdulaziz as-Sunaid was one of the founders of the organization.[2] The group was however short lived, with most Saudi Communists remaining under the banner of the National Liberation Front, which later morphed into the Communist Party in Saudi Arabia.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Hourani, Albert Habib; Khoury, Philip Shukry; Wilson, Mary Christina (1993). The Modern Middle East: A Reader. University of California Press. p. 597. 
  2. ^ Al-Ayam. رحـــــل عبدالعزيـــــــز الســــــــنيد