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    Saudi Arabia Executions - 2016

    Saudi Arabia executes 47 on terrorism charge

    Kingdom executes 47 people for terrorism, including prominent Shia cleric, as Amnesty International says executions highest level since 1995

    Saudi Arabia executed 47 people on Saturday for terrorism, mostly suspected al-Qaeda members but also a prominent Shia Muslim cleric, the Interior Ministry said in a statement broadcast on state television.

    The cleric, Nimr al-Nimr, was a driving force of the protests that broke out in 2011 in the Sunni-ruled kingdom's east, where the Shia minority complains of marginalisation.

    But the list does not include Nimr's nephew, Ali al-Nimr, who was 17 when he was arrested following the protests.

    Iran warned last year that executing Nimr would "cost Saudi Arabia dearly".

    The ministry statement, carried by the official SPA news agency, said the 47 had been convicted of adopting the radical "takfiri" ideology, joining "terrorist organisations" and implementing various "criminal plots".

    The list also includes Sunnis convicted of involvement in al-Qaeda attacks that killed Saudis and foreigners in the kingdom in 2003 and 2004.

    The simultaneous execution of 47 people on security grounds was the biggest mass execution for such offences in Saudi Arabia since the 1980 killing of 63 jihadist rebels who seized Mecca's Grand Mosque in 1979.

    The executions, Saudi Arabia's first in 2016, came as advocacy groups that monitor the death penalty claimed beheadings had reached their their highest level in the kingdom in two decades.

    At least 157 people were put to death last year, a big increase from the 90 people killed in 2014.

    Amnesty International said in November that at least 63 people had been executed since the start of the year for drug-related offences. That figure made for at least 40 per cent of the total number of executions in 2015, compared to less than four per cent for drug-related executions in 2010.

    Amnesty said Saudi Arabia had exceeded its highest level of executions since 1995, when 192 executions were recorded.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...o-decades.html

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    Saudi Arabia executes 47 terrorism convicts

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia executed 47 people on Saturday for terrorism, mostly suspected Al-Qaeda members, Interior Ministry said in a statement broadcast on state television.State television showed footage of the aftermath of Al-Qaeda attacks in the last decade, media reported.

    Saudi Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz Al Al-Sheikh appeared on television soon after to describe the executions as just, Reuters reported.

    Al Arabiya said 45 of those executed were of Saudi nationality, alongside one Chadian and one Egyptian, according to a list of names and nationalities published by the Saudi Press Agency.

    The 47 men were based across 12 regions in the kingdom, the ministry statement added.They were convicted of plotting and carrying out terrorist attacks targeting civilians and security forces in Saudi Arabia and neighboring countries, Al Arabiya reported.

    Prominent Shiite cleric Nimr Al-Nimr was among those executed, the ministry said.
    The simultaneous execution of 47 people on security grounds was the biggest mass execution for such offenses in Saudi Arabia since the 1980 killing of 63 militants who seized Makkah’s Grand Mosque in 1979, Al Arabiya reported.

Saudi Arabia in 2015 suffered a series of further bombing and shooting attacks by terrorists.

    Those attacks killed dozens, increasing pressure on Riyadh to show it was taking strong action. SPA has published the following names:

    1- Ameen Mohammed Abdullah Al Aqala - Saudi nationality.

    2- Anwar Abdulrahman Khalil Al-Najjar - Saudi nationality.

    3- Badr bin Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Badr- Saudi nationality.

    4- Bandar Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Ghaith - Saudi nationality.

    5- Hassan Hadi bin Shuja'a Al-Masareer - Saudi nationality.

    6- Hamad bin Abdullah bin Ibrahim Al-Humaidi- Saudi nationality

    7- Khalid Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Jarallah - Saudi nationality

    8- Ridha Abdulrahman Khalil Al-Najjar- Saudi nationality

    9- Saad Salamah Hameer - Saudi nationality

    10- Salah bin Saeed bin Abdulraheem Al-Najjar - Saudi nationality

    11- Salah bin Abdulrahman bin Mohammed Al Hussain -Saudi nationality

    12- Saleh bin Abdulrahman bin Ibrahim Al-Shamsan - Saudi nationality

    13- Saleh bin Ali bin Saleh Al-Juma'ah - Saudi nationality

    14- Adel bin Saad bin Jaza' Al-Dhubaiti - Saudi nationality

    15- Adel Mohammed Salem Abdullah Yamani - Saudi nationality

    16- Abduljabbar bin Homood bin Abdulaziz Al-Tuwaijri - Saudi nationality

    17- Abdulrahman Dhakheel Faleh Al-Faleh - Saudi nationality

    18- Abdullah Sayer Moawadh Massad Al-Mohammadi - Saudi nationality

    19- Abdullah bin Saad bin Mozher Shareef - Saudi nationality

    20- Abdullah Saleh Abdulaziz Al-Ansari - Saudi nationality

    21- Abdullah Abdulaziz Ahmed Al-Muqrin - Saudi nationality

    22- Abdullah Musalem Hameed Al-Raheef - Saudi nationality

    23- Abdullah bin Mua'ala bin A'li - Saudi nationality

    24- Abdulaziz Rasheed bin Hamdan Al-Toaili'e - Saudi nationality

    25- Abdulmohsen Hamad bin Abdullah Al-Yahya - Saudi nationality

    26- Isam Khalaf Mohammed Al-Mothri'e - Saudi nationality

    27- Ali Saeed Abdullah Al Ribeh - Saudi nationality

    28- Ghazi Mohaisen Rashed - Saudi nationality

    29- Faris Ahmed Jama'an Al Showail - Saudi nationality

    30- Fikri Ali bin Yahya Faqih - Saudi nationality

    31- Fahd bin Ahmed bin Hanash Al Zamel - Saudi nationality

    32- Fahd Abdulrahman Ahmed Al-Buraidi - Saudi nationality

    33- Fahd Ali Ayedh Al Jubran - Saudi nationality

    34- Majed Ibrahim Ali Al-Mughainem - Saudi nationality

    35- Majed Moeedh Rashed - Saudi nationality

    36- Mishaal bin Homood bin Juwair Al-Farraj - Saudi nationality

    37- Mohammed Abdulaziz Mohammed Al-Muharib - Saudi nationality

    38- Mohammed Ali Abdulkarim Suwaymil - Saudi nationality

    39- Mohammed Fathi Abula'ti Al-Sayed - Egyptian nationality

    40- Mohammed bin Faisal bin Mohammed Al-Shioukh - Saudi nationality

    41- Mostafa Mohammed Altaher Abkar - Chadian nationality

    42- Moaidh Mufreh Ali Al Shokr- Saudi nationality

    43- Nasser Ali Ayedh Al Jubran - Saudi nationality

    44- Naif Saad Abdullah Al-Buraidi - Saudi nationality

    45- Najeeb bin abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al-Bohaiji - Saudi nationality

    46- Nimr Baqer Ameen Al-Nimr- Saudi nationality

    47- Nimr Sehaj Zeid Al-Kraizi - Saudi nationality

    http://www.arabnews.com/news/859176

    Here is the video that the Saudi Government sent out this morning. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8r4rjuh0vc
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    Thank you, The Last GameCube, for your list, and see also the article on CNN:

    http://edition.cnn.com/2016/01/02/mi...ror/index.html

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    Saudi Arabia executes 47 terrorists

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    Saudi Arabia’s Interior Ministry has announced the execution of 47 terrorists across the Kingdom on Saturday. The criminals had been convicted of a number of crimes, including carrying out terrorist attacks on government infrastructure and civilian targets. The executions were carried out in Riyadh, Makkah, Madinah, the Eastern Region, Qassim, Hail, Northern Border, Asir, Jouf, Najran, Baha, and Tabuk.

    The 47 criminals were convicted by the judiciary and the sentences were endorsed by Appeal and Supreme Courts; and a royal order was issued to execute the sentences.

    The Interior Ministry statement said that Allah Almighty says in the Holy Quran: “The recompense of those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger and do mischief in the land is only that they shall be killed or crucified or their hands and their feet be cut off from opposite sides, or be exiled from the land. That is their disgrace in this world and a great torment is theirs in the Hereafter.”

    The Interior Ministry statement said:

    The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in exercise of its full sovereignty, which is respected by international law, and in enforcement of its national laws and judgments issued by criminal courts based on Shariah (Islamic Divine Law) which is in fact the basic source of legislation in the country as stated by the Basic Law of Governance stating that the Holy Quran and Prophet’s Sunnah are the Constitution of the Kingdom, and that Shariah law is the sole authority over the judiciary and legislations including those providing all souls and properties with full safety and security, and applying deterring judicial punishments against those who were convicted in terrorist crimes against innocent people, properties, and security forces, spreading disorder and exposing national security and safety to dangerous threats , a number of terrorists have been executed due to their convections by Saudi Criminal Courts after they stood fair trials with full respect to due process under Islamic criminal law.

    Those verdicts decided that the convicted criminals were found guilty of committing Banditry crimes since those criminals committed a variety of terrorist attacks and crimes such as targeting civilians including Saudis and foreigners, officers including military and security personnel, officials, military and security bases, diplomatic and consulate missions and their personnel protected by all Islamic sacred texts, and both national and international laws.

    The perpetrators were involved in a score of terrorist attacks which resulted in deaths of innocent lives and destructions of private, public, and military properties which are indicated as follows:

    1- Bombing ‘Al-Hamra Housing Complex’, ‘Vinnell Housing Complex’ as well as ‘Ishbilia Housing Complex’, located in the east of Riyadh on 11\3\1424.

    2- Storming the complex of ‘Arabian Company for Petroleum Investment’ (APICORP), ‘Petroleum Center Company’, and ‘AL-Waha Housing Complex’ in Khobar Province, located in the Eastern Region, on 11\4\1425H by using hand-made bombs and various fire arms, killing and wounding a number of citizens, security men and residents and mutilating of the victims.

    3- Targeting a number of housing complexes in different parts of the Kingdom with initiating of acts of bombing.

    4- Poisoning and sabotaging public water supply.

    5- Kidnapping a number of residents with the intention of killing them and mutilating their bodies.

    6- Manufacturing and smuggling explosions into the Kingdom.

    7- Possessing home-made and exported arms and bombs as well as possessing highly explosive materials, grenades and rockets.

    8- Targeting sites of the security and military agencies such as the bombing of the building of ‘Public Traffic Administration’ in Riyadh on 2\3\1425H.

    9- Bombings targeting of headquarters of both ‘the Ministry of Interior’ and ‘Emergency Forces’ on 17\11\1425H which led to the martyrdom of a number of security men and citizens.

    10- Trying to targeting ‘King Khaled Air Base’ in Khamis Mushait Province, ‘Prince Sultan Air Base’ in Kharj Province, and ‘Civil Airport’ in Arar Province.

    11- Trying to commit kidnapping and killings against security forces.

    12- Calling for the shooting of security forces by fire arms and throwing Molotov bombs at them while they performed their duties in maintaining society’s security and protecting its interests. Those terrorists also supported and encouraged armed sabotage acts on the streets and public areas.

    13- Setting plans to damaging and sabotaging the nation’s economy, causing harm to the country status, its relations and interests with brotherly and friendly countries by storming ‘the U.S. Consulate’ in Jeddah Province on 24\10\1425H which led to the martyrdom of four members of the security forces.

    14- Targeting ‘Buqaia Refinery ‘ in Buqaia Province on 25\1\1427H, which resulted in the martyrdom of two members of the security forces.

    15- Setting plans to targeting a number of foreign embassies and consulates , ‘Saudi Aramco Company ‘ and a number of petroleum facilities.

    16- The criminals also initiated a number of armed robberies on banks and shops, and committed a number of fraud crimes which resulted in collecting large amounts of money and utilizing it locally and internationally for money laundering purposes in order to financing terrorism and terrorist operations.

    17- In addition, they were also calling for chaos and provoking acts of violence, inciting disorder and anarchy, spreading terrorist propaganda, encouraging terrorist activities inside a brotherly state, expressing a public support to these acts, and violating public law.

    Since the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia strongly believes that crime of terrorism ( called crime of Banditry under Islamic law) is a heinous crime against humanity, and major source of instability and a great threat to national and international peace and security, the Saudi Government saves no efforts to combating terrorism by bringing those terrorists to justice. Moreover, by bringing those terrorists to justice, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia would like to warn all those who may be involved in such crimes that they will be found accountable for their crimes.

    http://www.gulfmagazine.com/english/5925/

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    Terrorist who shot BBC's Frank Gardner executed by Saudi Arabia

    Adel al-Dhubaiti is executed more than a decade after the attack on Frank Gardner, the BBC security correpsondent, which left him paralysed and in which his camerman Simon Cumbers was killed.

    The convicted terrorist behind the attempted assassination of the BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner was executed by Saudi Arabia on Saturday.

    Adel al-Dhubaiti was one of 47 people killed in the country’s largest mass execution in decades.

    Dhubaiti was sentenced to death in November 2014 for the attack on Gardner, who was shot six times and left paralysed. His colleague, the BBC cameraman Simon Cumbers, was murdered in the ambush in June 2004 during filming of a report about al-Qaeda in a town close to the capital Riyadh.

    Gardner, 54, who courageously fought back from the crippling injuries to resume his broadcasting career, declined to comment. He has previously said he could never forgive Dhubaiti.

    “He [Dhubaiti] is completely unrepentant. He has never said sorry. He is still in the mindset that he had when he attacked us. So forgiveness is not really an option,” Gardner told The Telegraph in an interview in November 2014 following Dhubaiti’s conviction.

    “It’s not like this man’s parents have written to me or anyone saying, ‘Please forgive him’. No one has apologised.”

    Gardner had been offered the opportunity to meet his assailant but had declined. “I don’t want to see this guy. Why would I? What am I going to get from it? The man’s soul is dead,” he said.

    He even expressed his anger that Dhubaiti appeared to be well looked after in his Saudi prison. While awaiting the death penalty, finally delivered yesterday.

    “I gather he’s put on weight in jail – he has been eating quite well,” he said.

    The family of Simon Cumbers, who had died at the age of 36, had previously expressed “mixed feelings”, uneasy at the death penalty. His father Robert said in a stement in 2014: “On the one hand, I am pleased that the murderer has had his fate decided and that the long wait is over.

    “It won’t bring Simon back, but it puts an end to the waiting.

    “On the other hand, both Bronagh and I sympathise with Dhubaiti’s parents, who must now suffer that tremendous loss that we feel.”

    His mother Bronagh Cumbers had said in an interview: “I don’t want to see anybody dying.”

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...di-Arabia.html

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    Saudi executes Ethiopian woman for axe murder

    Saudi authorities on Sunday executed an Ethiopian woman convicted of murdering a Saudi female with an axe, the 50th death sentence carried out in the kingdom this year, the interior ministry said.

    Jinat Farid was found guilty of killing Ghalia Eida al-Harithi by striking her repeatedly with an axe as the victim knelt to perform Muslim prayers, the ministry said in a statement carried by state news agency SPA.

    After killing Harithi, the Farid stole two gold rings and an unspecified amount of money, the ministry said.

    She was executed in the western city of Taif.

    The ministry did not specify any connection between the culprit and the victim, but the kingdom hosts large numbers of domestic workers that come from African and South Asian countries.

    On January 2, the kingdom executed 47 men convicted of "terrorism", including Al-Qaeda-linked militants and Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr, whose death has prompted a diplomatic row with Iran.

    In 2015, Saudi Arabia executed 153 people convicted of various crimes, including drug trafficking, up from 87 in 2014, according to AFP tallies.

    Amnesty International says the number of executions in Saudi Arabia last year was the highest for two decades.

    However, the number is way behind that of Iran and China.

    Under the kingdom's strict Islamic legal code, murder, drug trafficking, armed robbery, rape and apostasy are all punishable by death.

    Most executions in the kingdom are carried out by beheading with a sword.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/afp...xe-murder.html

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    Saudi Arabia Executes 53 in One Month

    Saudi Arabia on Monday executed a Saudi tribesman convicted of murder, the interior ministry said, raising the number of death sentences carried out by the kingdom in January to 53.

    Mohammed bin Awadh al-Zahrani was convicted of stabbing to death fellow tribesman Riad bin Saeed al-Zahrani in a dispute, it said in a statement on the official SPA news agency. He was executed in the western province of Jeddah.

    Most executions in the conservative Gulf kingdom are carried out by beheading with a sword.

    Last year, Saudi Arabia executed 153 people, most of them for drug trafficking or murder, according to an AFP tally. Amnesty International says the number of executions in Saudi Arabia in 2015 was the highest for two decades.

    The kingdom practices a strict Islamic legal code under which murder, drug trafficking, armed robbery, rape and apostasy are all punishable by death.

    http://newsweekpakistan.com/saudi-ar...-in-one-month/


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    A Murderer Executed in Jeddah - Interior Ministry Says

    The Ministry of Interior said in a statement that a capital sentence against a murderer was carried out today in Jeddah governorate, Makkah region as a punishment for killing a Saudi man after a quarrel between them.

    The statement said that Mohammed bin Awadh bin Ahmed Al-Zahrani - a Saudi national - had stabbed by a knife Ryadh bin Saeed bin Taher Al-Zahrani - a Saudi citizen - several times to death.

    Security authorities managed to arrest the above mentioned murderer who pleaded guilty; the General Court convicted him of his crime and the sentence was endorsed by the concerned authorities.

    The murderer was executed in Jeddah governorate of Makkah region today after the sentence was endorsed by the Appeal and Supreme Courts and sealed by a royal order.

    http://www.alriyadh.com/en/article/1...-Ministry-Says

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    Saudi Arabia beheads Egyptian national

    Saudi Arabia has beheaded an Egyptian national after sentencing him to death on charges related to robbery and murder.

    The convicted Egyptian man, identified as Mahmud Jumaa Morsi, was beheaded in the capital Riyadh on Wednesday, the Saudi Interior Ministry said in a statement carried by the official Saudi Press Agency.

    The man was found guilty of fatally strangling and robbing a Saudi citizen, the ministry added.

    According to AFP tallies, the latest execution brings to 54 the number of locals and foreigners put to death this year.

    In the most stunning case, Saudi Arabia executed on January 2 Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr along 46 other people in defiance of international calls for the release of the prominent Shia cleric and other jailed political dissidents in the kingdom.

    Saudi Arabia carried out 153 executions, including 71 foreign nationals, in 2015. This number of executions in terms of annual basis in Saudi Arabia has been unseen since 1995.

    Beheading with a sword is the most common form of execution in Saudi Arabia.

    Riyadh has been under fire for having one of the world’s highest execution rates.

    The New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on the Saudi regime to abolish its "ghastly" beheadings.

    Under the Saudi law, apostasy, armed robbery, drug trafficking, rape and murder carry the death penalty. Most Saudi executions are carried out by beheading with a sword.

    http://presstv.ir/Detail/2016/01/27/...i-Amnesty-HRW/
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    Saudi Arabia executes national for murder

    RIYADH:
    Saudi authorities on Monday executed a national for murdering a compatriot, bringing to 56 the number of convicts put to death in the kingdom this year.

    Ahmed al-Harbi was found guilty of stabbing and shooting Fahed al-Balawi in a dispute, the interior ministry said in a statement carried by state news agency SPA.

    He was executed in the northern city of Tabuk. Most executions in Saudi Arabia are done by beheading with a sword.

    Last year the kingdom executed 153 people, mostly for drug trafficking or murder, according to an AFP tally.

    On a single day last month it put 47 people to death for “terrorism”, including influential Shia cleric Nimr al-Nimr.

    Amnesty International says the number of executions in Saudi Arabia in 2015 was the highest for two decades.

    The kingdom practices a strict Islamic legal code under which murder, drug trafficking, armed robbery, rape and apostasy are all punishable by death.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/1038222/...al-for-murder/

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    Saudi Arabia Executes Egyptian Drug Smuggler

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia executed on Monday an Egyptian man convicted of smuggling drugs, the interior ministry said, bringing to 59 the number of convicts put to death this year.

    Ibrahim Mohammed Salman was caught trying to smuggle opium which was hidden in his car, the ministry said in a statement carried by state news agency SPA. He was executed in the northern city of Tabuk, the ministry said.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/1042593/...g-trafficking/

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