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Saudi Arabia has sentenced teenager to “death by crucifixion” for protesting against the ruling family. Western media and leadership silent

Saudi Arabia has sentenced teenager to “death by crucifixion” for protesting against the ruling family. Western media and leadership silent

Death by crucifixion for simply protesting against the government.

Where is are the hipster neo-liberal hypocrites to say something about this crime about to be instituted by the most brutal regime on the planet?

Where are the main stream media puppet journalists? The social media “activists”? Jen Psaki, Samantha Powers, POTUS Obama?

When it comes to Saudi Arabia and its archaic justice system, oil and money trumps any value system western leaders and their media lackeys pretend to have.

Ali Muhammed al-Nimr2

Via Sputnik News Agency…

Ali Muhammed al-Nimr was arrested in February 2012 when he was just 17 years old for participating in anti-government protests in his hometown of Qatif. The town, which is in Saudi Arabia’s Shiite-populated Eastern province, was the site of massive anti-government street protests inspired by the Arab Spring movement at the time.

The movement was also met with an intense government crackdown that led to the incarceration of several demonstrators, some of whom also received the death sentence.

Ali was accused by Saudi authorities of participating in illegal protests, and handling firearms. After being held at a juvenile offender facility without access to lawyers, evidence emerged indicating he had been tortured and forced to sign a document equivalent to a confession.

Though there was never any evidence of him handling firearms, the signed document became the basis of the case against Ali, and he was subsequently convicted by Saudi Arabia’s secretive Specialized Criminal Court (SCC). He was sentenced to death by crucifixion on May 27, 2014.

Ali’s case is also believed to be tied to that of his uncle, Sheikh Nimr Baqr al-Nimr, who is an influential religious leader and activist in the Kingdom. A known critic of the Kingdom’s al-Saud ruling family, al-Nimr was arrested and incarcerated after delivering speeches to anti-government protesters in 2012. He was convicted of alleged terrorism crimes and of “waging war against God” for his speeches, and was similarly sentenced to death.

According to the International Business Times, authorities plan to execute al-Nimr on Thursday, prompting fears that his nephew will also be executed within the next few days, as families are never informed about the exact execution date.

Ali and his family have consistently denied the charges brought against him, and his final appeal process was carried out without any of their knowledge. The family was only informed about their son’s case after the appeal was denied, leaving him little legal ground to oppose the death sentence.

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Reprieve, a human rights organization and legal charity, has urged the European Union to intervene on both Ali and his uncle’s behalf to stop the sentence from being carried out.

“No one should have to go through the ordeal Ali has suffered – torture, forced ‘confession,’ and an unfair, secret trial process, resulting in a sentence of death by ‘crucifixion,'” Reprieve director Maya Foa told the International Business Times.

A sentence to death by crucifixion involves beheading the prisoner before placing him on a cross for a number of days.

“But worst still,” Foa added, “Ali was a vulnerable child when he was arrested and this ordeal began. His execution – based apparently on the authorities’ dislike for his uncle and his involvement in anti-government protests – would violate international law and the most basic standard of decency. It must be stopped.”


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