37 Executed, One By Crucifixion, in Saudi Arabia for ‘Terror-Related Crimes’ https://chrisonet.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/37-executed-one-by-crucifixion-in-saudi-arabia-for-terror-related-crimes.jpg
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Saudi Arabia’s official information company reported at the moment the dominion executed 37 males at the moment, one through crucifixion, for terror-related crimes. The Saudi Press Company mentioned in a tweet the boys had been killed for “adopting extremist terrorist ideologies and forming terrorist cells to corrupt and disrupt security as well as spreading chaos and provoking sectarian strife.”


Saudi Arabia has one of many highest loss of life penalty charges on the earth. These 37 males account for one of many highest groupings since a mass execution in 2016 put 47 individuals to loss of life. These prisoners had been accused of terrorism and holding extremist ideologies. (h/t CNN)

There was a crackdown on political dissent in Saudi Arabia ever since Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman turned protection minister in 2015. Salman was elevated to Crown Prince in 2017, when he started rounding up activists, girls’s rights defenders, non secular figures and people his authorities accuse of “suspicious contact” with overseas entities.

This report from the SPA makes use of related obscure language in its sentencing of those prisoners. “Spreading chaos and provoking sectarian strife” might maintain any variety of definitions in Saudi Arabia, particularly in relation to Salman’s regime.

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