Saturday, 2 January 2016

Barbaric headchopping Saudi dictatorship executes another 47 victims

Saudi Arabia Says 47 Executed Including Shia Cleric Sheikh Nimr

Saudi Shiite Senior Cleric Sheikh Nimr Executed

Saudi Arabia says 47 executed including Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr

Saudi Arabia says 47 executed including Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr
Saudi Arabia executed 47 people on Saturday for “terrorism”, including the prominent Shia Muslim cleric Nimr al-Nimrits, Interior Ministry said in a statement.
Nimr Baqr al-Nimr, commonly referred to as Sheikh Nimr was an independent Shia Sheikh in al-Awamiyah, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia.
He is popular among youth and critical of the Saudi Arabian government during the 2011–2012 Saudi Arabian protests.
Iran has warned that executing Nimr “would cost Saudi Arabia dearly”.

The brother of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr who was executed by Saudi Arabia on Saturday, stressed that the move is a losing message to the region that Riyadh is still “powerful”.
Commenting on the execution of the prominent religious figure, Mohammad al-Nimr stressed that the pro-democracy movement in the Kingdom’s east will persist.
Saudi prominent Shiite Cleric, Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr“Wrong, misled, and mistaken those who think that the killing will keep us from our rightful demands,” Mohammad al-Nimr tweeted shortly after the media reported the execution of Sheikh Nimr along with other 46 people.
“It’s a losing message to regional foes that Riyadh is still powerful,” Mohammad al-Nimr said on the execution of his brother.
The execution is also seen as a message to Saudis that if you call for your rights, “you will be met by the wanton sword of Jahiliyya (ignorance),” Sheikh Nimr’s brother said.
“Someday, the sectarianism will be dispelled and we will be in a better condition,” Mohammad al-Nimr tweeted.
Saudi authorities announced on Saturday it had executed Sheikh Nimr along with 46 others.
Sheikh Nimr was a vocal supporter of the mass pro-democracy protests against Riyadh, which erupted in Eastern Province in 2011, where a Shia majority has long complained of marginalization.
Source: Al-Manar Website
02-01-2016 – 12:46 Last updated 02-01-2016 – 13:0

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