"Content that ridicules, mocks, provokes and disrupts public order, religious values and public morals" will be punished, the public prosecutor warned.
Weak nations "are erased from history, while the strong, for good or for ill, survive," the prime minister said.
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The ruthless trampling of human rights comes at a time when Saudi Arabia, under its ambitious crown prince, claims to be pursuing a path of reform.
The 29-year-old has been detained since 2015 for involvement in anti-government protests.
More than 2.37 million pilgrims—mostly from outside Saudi Arabia—are taking part in the five-day ritual.
The world's 1.8 billion Muslim adherents will celebrate Eid al-Adha this week, marking one of Islam's most important holidays.
The kingdom executed 146 people last year, the third highest figure of any country.
"I think the Canadian government is only beginning to understand how offensive their conduct has been to the Saudi government," former Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird said in an interview.
Billionaire technologist Musk said multiple meetings with a Saudi wealth fund, which recently bought almost 5 percent of Tesla stock through the public markets, had taken place over the past two years.
Ottawa criticized the arrests of Saudi activists, and Riyadh has reportedly started to sell off Canadian assets.
Saudi Arabia has moved to cut diplomatic ties with Canada after its human rights record was criticized.
Saudi Arabia has also cut diplomatic ties with Canada, frozen all new trade and investment and canceled flights via its national carrier to Toronto.
While the Trump hotel did not actually host the Saudi Arabian leader or his direct family members, thanks to the hotel's "close industry relationships," it was able to house "many of the accompanying travelers."
The UAE is becoming a major power-broker, putting the control of ports and maritime trade routes at the center of its strategy.
In addition to being charged with breaking public traffic laws, the woman faces charges for wearing inappropriate clothing and dancing in public.
The rights group called the cyberattack a "deliberate attempt to infiltrate Amnesty International."
America has signed off on $46.9 billion worth of arms sales so far this year.
"We are no longer living in the era where women were allowed [to work] in limited arenas. All avenues are now opened for women."
Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Mecca "belongs to all Muslims," and their security during Hajj was a God-given right that Saudi Arabia fails to uphold.
Officials said that the woman "committed a deed incriminated in the anti-harassment act."