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Five of the 37 men beheaded by Saudi Arabia were gay, according to a confession heard by the Sharia law court. The country sparked outrage several days ago for the mass execution of the men, who
Rizana Nafeek, a young nanny from Sri Lanka was beheaded by sword on Wednesday in Saudi Arabia, punishment for allegedly killing a baby in 2007 when she was believed to be just 17. The execution
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Public execution in Saudi Arabia (file photo) A Saudi newspaper has carried a film showing the beheading of a man convicted of raping a teenaged boy before murdering him in the heart of the desert. The rare and shocking 51-second film showed the executioner bringing down his sword on the defendant’s head, which was severed in just a split of
A YOUNG lad was tortured with electricity and beheaded in Saudi Arabia because he sent WhatsApp messages about a protest aged 16. "This is the largest mass execution of Shiites in the kingdom
Rubio attacked the president for his overtures to Iran as well, but he seems to have no problem with our relationship with Saudi Arabia. Both are closed societies, Muslim fundamentalist theocracies that have terrorized gay citizens and many others. Both punish homosexuality with floggings, lashings and death, including by hanging and beheading.
One of the 37 'terrorists' ruthlessly executed last week in Saudi Arabia's executions is said to have admitted to having sex with four of the others Saudi mass execution – Five beheaded
After the convicted person is pronounced dead, a police official announces the crimes committed by the beheaded convict and the process is complete. The official might announce the same before the actual execution. This is the most common method of execution in Saudi Arabia because it is specifically called for by Sharia law.
Almost a dozen American and European horse owners have also offered to buy the horse in order to prevent its execution, but so far, the kingdom has refused to negotiate. The execution is destined to take place on Friday, November 20. In Saudi Arabia, homosexuality is widely seen as an immoral and indecent activity, both for animals and humans.