12 people were sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia, their heads were beheaded with sword, why did Prince Salman survive? – न्यूज़लीड India

12 people were sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia, their heads were beheaded with sword, why did Prince Salman survive?


death by sword

Despite the promise of Prince Salman, a large number of people have been sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia. The Telegraph reports that those sentenced to death were arrested on charges of drug possession, although these drugs are not classified as high drugs. According to the report, those who were beheaded included three citizens of Pakistan, four of Syria, two of Jordan and three of Saudi Arabia. At the same time, a total of 132 people have been sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia so far this year, which is more than the total death sentence given in the year 2020 and 2021. Let us tell you that, in the year 2018, Mohammed bin Salman said that his administration tried to “reduce” the death penalty and only those found guilty of murder or manslaughter were being executed. He had told in an interview given to Time magazine at that time, that “the head of the country does not sign anyone’s death sentence while sleeping, rather his decision is taken according to the books of the law.”

Change in sentence was promised

Change in sentence was promised

Even in the year 2020, there were indications from the Saudi government that the law would be changed regarding the provision of capital punishment for non-violent crimes and leniency would be taken regarding non-violent crimes, but this was not done. Let us tell you that Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in October 2018 in the Saudi consulate in Turkey, for which the US holds Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman responsible. At the same time, Maya Foa, director of the human rights organization Reprieve, said that, ‘Mohammed bin Salman has promoted his vision on the path of progress and he has expressed his commitment to abolish the death penalty for drug crimes, but this The year is proving to be another bloody year. Saudi Arabian authorities are executing a large number of people, including those found with drugs.

Bloody year made 2022

Bloody year made 2022

According to the Telegraph, Zainab Abu al-Kheer said her brother was taken to a wing of Tabouk prison on Thursday where death awaited him. Hussein Abu al-Kheir, 57, the brother of Zainab Abu al-Kheir and the address of eight children, was found in possession of drugs and has been in a Saudi prison for the past eight years for this crime. Zainab Abu al-Kheir told the Telegraph that, “The judicial system in Saudi Arabia has nothing to do with humanity.” At the same time, other human rights organizations say that, in Saudi Arabia, the culprits are beheaded for minor things, but not even a case was conducted against Prince Salman, who brutally murdered Jamal Khashoggi. Organizations have said that the Saudi President gives death to others, but saves his son.

Separate law for Prince Salman?

Separate law for Prince Salman?

Human rights organization Maya Foya said, “In the last 10 days, 12 people have been beheaded and people have been put to death when it has been ordered that no prosecution be conducted against Crown Prince Salman.” While it has been proved that Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in the Turkish consulate only after the orders of Prince Salman, where his dead body was thrown into many pieces, its whereabouts have not been found till date. That there is a separate law for the Saudi prince and there is a separate law for the people of the country.” At the same time, a human rights organization also says that “You talk about Islamic rule, you talk about Sharia law, you say that according to Islamic rule everyone is equal, there is no discrimination, but then your Save the son, that is, in your eyes you consider yourself above Islam.

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