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    Saudi Arabia Executions - 2019

    Saudi national executed in Madinah for stabbing man to death

    A Saudi national was executed in Madinah on Wednesday [January 2] for stabbing a man to death, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.

    Ahmed bin Ali bin Samer al-Mutairi was found guilty of killing another Saudi national, Khalid bin Mohammed bin Fahad al-Mutairi, by stabbing him with a knife multiple times in different parts of his body after a quarrel between them.

    Security authorities arrested the accused, and following an investigation, he was charged with the crime and brought before the criminal court.

    The weapon he used was also produced in court as evidence and, after he was found guilty of the charges, he was sentenced to death, the report said.

    The death sentence was upheld by the appeals court and the Supreme Court, and a royal order was issued to carry out the verdict.

    Ahmed bin Ali bin Samer al-Mutairi was executed in the general prison in Madinah, SPA reported.

    The interior ministry asserted the keenness of the government “to maintain security and achieve justice” and punish violators of such heinous crimes.

    Saudi Arabia uses the death penalty for several offences including murder, drug-related crimes and terrorism.

    Earlier this week, a Pakistani national and two Egyptians were executed in the kingdom for smuggling drugs.

    In November, a Saudi national was executed in the country for shooting to death another citizen, while another Saudi national was executed in October for shooting and killing a man in the region of Asir.

    Three Saudi nationals were also executed in the kingdom’s Qatif region for robbing and killing five Indian nationals in October.

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    Pakistani national executed in Dammam for beating to death a Saudi man

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    A Pakistani national has been executed in Saudi Arabia’s Dammam for beating to death a Saudi national.

    Mohammed Bilal allegedly killed Abdullah bin Ali bin Eid al-Harbi by hitting him on his head with an iron pipe following a disagreement between them, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

    Security authorities arrested the accused, and following an investigation, he was charged with the crime and referred to the general court.

    The weapon he used was also produced in court as evidence and, after he was found guilty of the charges, he was sentenced to death.

    The verdict upheld by the appeals court and Supreme Court and a royal order was issued to enforce the death sentence.

    The execution was carried out on Wednesday in Dammam, in the eastern Province, the SPA report said.

    https://gulfbusiness.com/pakistani-n...ath-saudi-man/
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    Two Saudis executed on murder charges

    Saudi uses the death penalty for several offences including murder, drug-related crimes and terrorism

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    Two Saudi nationals have been executed in the kingdom on charges of murder.

    Abdullah bin Hajri bin Jabir al-Mu’allad, a Saudi national, was found guilty of stabbing to death another Saudi national, Sultan bin Dhaifallah bin Nawar al-Buqami because of a rift between them, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.

    Meanwhile, in a second case, Ibrahim bin Nasser bin Madhel Al Harith was found guilty of shooting to death Muhammad bin Nasser bin Saad al-Sawar, a Saudi national, due to a dispute between them.

    In both the cases, security authorities arrested the accused, and following an investigation, they were charged with the crime and brought before the criminal court.

    The weapons used were also produced in court as evidence and the court handed out death sentences to the defendants after they were found guilty of the charges, according to SPA.

    The verdicts in the both the cases were upheld by the appeals court and the Supreme Court, and a royal order was issued to carry out the executions.

    Both the sentences were carried out on Thursday, Abdullah bin Hajri bin Jabir al-Mu’allad was executed in Makkah, while Ibrahim bin Nasser bin Madhel Al Harith was executed in Al Baha.

    The interior ministry asserted the keenness of the government “to maintain security and achieve justice” and punish violators of such heinous crimes.

    Saudi Arabia uses the death penalty for several offences including murder, drug-related crimes and terrorism.

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    Four Yemeni nationals executed in Saudi for killing Pakistani guard

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    Four Yemeni nationals were executed in Saudi Arabia’s Makkah on Sunday after they were found guilty of killing a Pakistani national who was working as a guard for a building.

    Ali Salem Ibrahim Yahya, Abdel Basset Abdul Samad Gharsan, Yahya Ayush Masoud Bakhit and Yassin Mohammed Ali allegedly killed Rahim Taj Ghulam, who was working as a guard at the headquarters of a company. They also reportedly stole the company’s cables and the guard’s possessions.

    Security authorities arrested the accused following an investigation and they were referred to the general court, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

    They were found guilty and sentenced to death by the court, with the verdict upheld by the appeals court and the supreme court. A royal order was later issued to enforce the sentence.

    The execution was carried out on Sunday in Makkah.

    Earlier this month, two Saudi nationals were executed in the kingdom on charges of murder.

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    Saudi Arabia is heading for record number of executions this year after killing 43 people already

    By Anthony Harwood
    Daily Mail

    Saudi Arabia is on course for a record number of beheadings and crucifixions in 2019 if their executions continue at the present rate.

    The desert kingdom has already executed 43 people in the first three months of this year – the most recent being a Syrian man who was put to death on March 13th for smuggling amphetamine pills.

    If this rate continues, 172 will have been put to death by the end of the year – more than ever before.

    So far, 21 people have been beheaded for drugs offences. But other crimes which carry the death penalty include adultery, renouncing Islam, treason, espionage, burglary as well as murder, terrorism, rape or espionage.

    Despite an upward trend in the number of executions since 2000, Saudi Arabia is still in third place behind China and Iran, where between 249 and 285 people respectively were executed in 2018. In 4th and 5th place are Iraq and Pakistan.

    The figures were compiled by human rights groups such as Death Penalty Worldwide, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.

    Figures released in December by the watchdog, Reprieve, showed that executions doubled in Saudi Arabia under the new ruler, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

    The number of people put to death between June 2017 – when MBS came to power – and March 2018 was 133, compared to just 67 in the preceding eight months before he was installed.

    Nearly half of those were poor migrants, mostly from South Asia, who had been coerced into smuggling drugs.

    Reprieve said that there had been nearly 700 executions in Saudi Arabia since 2014, averaging 13 a month.

    In January 2016, 47 were killed in one day across 12 different provinces after being convicted of terrorism offences.

    This was Saudi Arabia’s largest mass execution since 1980, when 63 rebels were put to death for seizing Mecca’s Grand Mosque.

    In 2015 the authorities in Riyadh advertised for eight new executioners because it couldn’t keep up with the rising number of death sentences.

    It asked for no specific skills but said the job included ‘executing a judgement of death’.

    Nearly 40 per cent (58 people) of those executed last year were convicted of drugs offences, with 77 per cent of them being foreign nationals.

    ‘These are typically poor migrant workers, coerced into smuggling drugs in their intestines,’ said Reprieve.

    In October, Saudi Arabia an Indonesian maid, Tuti Tursilawati, without either her family or the Indonesian authorities even being told.

    She had been found guilty in June 2011 of killing her Saudi employer, but claimed she had acted in self-defence after he tried to rape her.

    Yesterday it emerged that a Saudi royal adviser sacked for being behind the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi was not among those on trial for the killing.

    Saud al-Qahtani was said to have ordered the killing over Skype with the words: ‘Bring me the head of the dog’.

    But sources said he was not among 11 people now on trial, who face the death penalty if convicted.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...e-already.html

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    Saudi Government Executes 37 Terrorists

    Today, the Interior Ministry issued a statement on the implementation of the death sentence and the establishment of al-Harbah in a number of perpetrators in the areas of Riyadh, Mecca, Medina, Eastern Province, Qassim, and Asir for adopting extremist terrorist ideology and forming terrorist cells to disrupt security and to spread Chaos, stirring up sectarian strife, damaging peace and social security, attacking security premises with explosive bombs, killing a number of security personnel, and betraying the Secretariat in cooperation with hostile entities to the detriment of the country's supreme interests.

    The statement reads as follows:

    In the name of God the Most gracious the most Merciful

    Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, saying in his book: "But the punishment of those who fight God and His messenger and seek in the land corruption to kill or crucify or cut their hands and legs from conflict or deny the land It is a disgrace to them in Dunya and to them in the Hereafter a great torment).

    The following are the oldest names:

    General/execution of murder sentence and establishment of al-Harbah in a number of perpetrators/first addendum

    1. Ahmed Hasan Ali al-Rabbi

    2. Ahmed Hussain Ali al-Aradi.

    3. Ahmed Faisal Hasan al Darwish.

    4. Jaber Zuhair Jaber Al-mortgaged.

    5. Hussein Hasan Ali al-Rabie.

    6. Hussain Ali Jassim al-Humaidi

    7. Hussain Kassem Ali al-Abbud.

    8. Hussain Mohammed Ali al-Musallam.

    9. Haidar Mohammed Ibrahim al-Lev

    10. Khaled Hamoud jouer al-Farraj.

    11. Khaled Abdulkreem Saleh Al Twaijri.

    12. Salem Abdulla Awad al-Omari al-Harbi.

    13. Saeed Mohammed Saeed Alaska

    14. Salman Amin Salman al-Quraish.

    15. Muslim student Suleiman al-Harbi.

    16. Taher Musallam Suleiman al-Harbi.

    17. Abbas Haji Ahmed al-Hasan.

    18. Abdulaziz Hasan Ali al-Forgetfulness.

    19. Abdel-Kreem Mohammed al-Habaj

    20. Abdulla Salman Saleh Al Aswind.

    21. Abdulla Adel Hasan al Aujan.

    22. Abdulla Hani Abdulla Al Tarif.

    23. Aziz Mahdi Abdulla al-Omari.

    24. Ali Hussain Ali al-'ashur

    25. Ali Hussain Ali al-Mahana.

    26. Fadel Hasan Abdulkarrim.

    27. Mujtaba Nader Abdulla Al Suwaiket.

    28. Mohammed Hussain Ali al-'ashur

    29. Mohammed Saeed Abdulrab al-Rasul al-Khatem.

    30. Mohammed Ayed Mohammed al-Nalan Alqhtani

    31. Mohammed Abdulgheny Mohamed Attieh.

    32. Mohammed Mansour Ahmed Al Nasser.

    33. Mustafa Ahmed Abdullatif Darwish.

    34. Montazeri Ali Saleh al-Sabiti.

    35. Mounir Abdallah Ahmed al-Adam.

    36. Hadi Yousef Reda al-Hazim.

    37. Yousef Abdulla Awad al-Omari.

    All of them are Saudi nationals who adopt extremist terrorist ideology and form terrorist cells to disrupt security, disorder, foment sectarian strife, damage peace and social security, attack security premises using explosive bombs, kill a number of security personnel, and betray The secretariat in cooperation with hostile entities to the detriment of the best interests of the country.

    By referring them to the Sharia court after they have been charged with these crimes, they have been issued with legal instruments to prove that they have been legally convicted and sentenced to death as a discretionary, and to establish the limit of the Harbah on the aforementioned names/Aziz Mahdi al-Omari and/Khalid bin Abdulkarim al-Tuwaijri with their last crucifixion, and ratified Judgements of the competent court of appeal and of the Supreme Court a Royal order has been issued to give effect to the decision of the law and the truth of the alleged perpetrators, and it was carried out on the basis of this right on Tuesday, 18/8/1440, in the areas of Riyadh, Makkah, Medina, Eastern Province, Qassim, And difficult.

    The Ministry of the Interior declares this to affirm that this country will not hesitate to deter all those who wish to undermine its security and stability, its citizens and residents of its territory, and that, with the will of God, with determination and firmness in the achievement of justice through the implementation of the provisions of Sharia law in all those who transcend God's borders, and at the same time warns every Who would beg himself to commit such criminal terrorist acts that the lawful punishment would be his fate.

    I swear to God that the path is over.

    https://www.spa.gov.sa/1916236
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    134 people executed in Saudi Arabia this year alone, UN report reveals

    By Victoria Bell
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    134 people have been executed this year alone in Saudi Arabia, with six of those killed being children at the time of their arrest, according to a shocking report.

    The figures, revealed at at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, emphasised the systematic torture of detainees and grossly unfair trials culminating in death sentences in the country, despite Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's pledge to reduce the use of
    the death penalty.

    Presented by Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, at an event hosted by international legal action charity The Death Penalty Project, the report said: ‘So far this year, the authorities of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are known to have carried out at least 134 executions.

    At least 24 are at imminent risk of execution, three of them children.

    The report urges world leaders to boycott Saudi Arabia's turn to host the G20 Summit next year.

    "Of these, 37 were political activists killed en masse on 23 April 2019 following lengthy periods of detention in solitary confinement, subjection to torture, and grossly unfair trials.”

    In 2018, the country killed 149 people, with 46 left on death row by the end of the year.

    The project says that 24 people are ‘at imminent risk of execution’, with prominent political figures, clerics and human rights defenders on the list.

    According to Baroness Helena Kennedy's report many of the 46 have now been killed as the country's recourse to executions has 'intensified alarmingly' in recent months.

    Sentencing someone under the age of 18 to death is illegal under international law.

    Baroness Kennedy said: "I have been very concerned about the way in which Jamal Khashoggi’s murder is being presented to the world as being some sort of rogue activity and not part of systemic human rights abuses inside Saudi Arabia.

    It is alleged that Khashoggi, a journalist for The Washington Post and a prominent Saudi dissident, was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Turkey, in a premeditated attack carried out by Saudi nationals.

    Baroness Kennedy’s report states the rise in numbers of executions should be seen “in the context of the extrajudicial execution” of Khashoggi.

    "The point of this report is to highlight the extent to which there has been a dramatic escalation of human rights violations by Saudi Arabia," she said.

    "The cruelty of the system is so great… I really hope you will all take this Report to heart, and ensure that something can be done globally."

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    I'm finding it increasingly harder to find any news or information regarding their executions. I'm assuming the Saudi royal family is now censoring any reports on executions they don't want being publicly known about at this point. Since they own most search engines, social media sites and news groups, I believe that Amnesty and anti groups may be the only sources from here on out.
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    Saudi Arabia executed record number of prisoners in 2019: Report

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    Saudi Arabia executed the highest number of prisoners in recent years in 2019, a year that saw the kingdom come under intense scrutiny over its human rights record, a new report says.

    In total, 184 people were executed last year, including 90 foreign nationals, according to a report by the legal charity Reprieve. Of those executed, 82 had been executed for smuggling narcotics and 57 for committing murder, according to Reprieve’s execution tracker.

    There has been a rise in executions since 2015, when the charity began keeping records of the executions, which are officially announced by the Saudi government. By comparison, 88 people were executed in 2014, with that number nearly doubling to 157 executions a year later. That number remained steady until last year, when 184 people were executed, 35 more people than in 2018.

    Four individuals have been executed in 2020 so far, Reprieve said.

    Saudi Arabia, and in particular Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, has faced increasing criticism for its record on human rights in recent years, as the international spotlight has focused on the murder of journalist Jamal Khashogghi and the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.

    Five individuals have been sentenced to death for their role in the murder of the late Washington Post journalist.

    On April 23 last year, 37 people were executed in a single day, including a prospective college student on his way to the U.S., prompting outrage from members of Congress, such as Rep. Rashida Tlaib.

    Amnesty International condemned the judicial process behind those executions as “sham trials that violated international fair trial standards which relied on confessions extracted through torture.” State Department officials declined to specifically condemn the executions at the time.

    It is not known how many prisoners are currently on death row in Saudi Arabia. Among those awaiting “imminent execution” are Ali al-Nimr, Abdullah al-Zaher and Dawood al-Marhoon, who were convicted for participating in anti-government protests during the 2011 Arab Spring, and were profiled by ABC News in July 2019.

    Maya Foa, Reprieve’s director, called on the U.S. and U.K., two of the kingdom’s major partners, to call out the executions in the “strongest possible terms,” saying that international pressure “can make a difference.”

    “Saudi Arabia’s rulers clearly believe they have impunity to flout international law,” Foa told ABC News. “International pressure can make a difference, as the case of Murtaja Qureiris showed last year. Saudi prosecutors wanted to sentence Murtaja to death for attending pro-democracy protests when he was 13 years old, but backed down following a worldwide outcry.”

    “Governments and civil society groups now need to raise their voices for the other Saudi juveniles on death row: Ali al-Nimr, Dawoud al-Marhoon and Abdullah al-Zaher,” she added.

    The rising numbers of executions comes despite a pledge from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to “minimize” the use of the death penalty to special cases such as murder in an interview with Time magazine in 2018.

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    184 executions were carried out in 2019, 90% were foreign nationals. 4 executions have occurred in 2020 as the kingdom resort to executions by beheading than other forms of life imprisonment to caning or amputation.
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