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    Awesome! I wish we had half the enthusiasm here in the USA.

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    Concern over Bahai' followers trial by Yemen rebels

    The leader of the rebel Houthi movement has denounced the Baha'i faith as "satanic"


    Concerns are growing over the fate of more than 20 followers of the minority Baha'i faith in Yemen put on trial by the rebel Houthi movement.

    The Baha'i community says they are accused of espionage and apostasy, describing the charges as "baseless".

    Right activists say the Baha'is have faced increasing threats in Yemen in areas run by the Houthis, whose leader says their religion is "satanic".

    The Baha'i faith accepts all religions as having true and valid origins.

    The Baha'i followers are being tried by a judge in Sanaa who sentenced a Baha'i man to death last January, the Baha'i International Community says.

    It says they were "falsely and maliciously accused under absurd pretexts".

    It adds that the judge sentenced three other individuals to death before hearing the Baha'is' case.

    The Baha'i Community in the UK initially stated that the three people sentenced to death were Baha'i followers.

    The Houthi movement has so far made no public comments on the issue.

    The Baha'i faith was founded in Iran in the mid-19th Century by Mirza Husayn Ali, a man known as "Baha'ullah" ("Glory of God").

    Today, there are an estimated five million Baha'is worldwide. There are only a few thousand in Yemen, where 99% of the 27 million population is Muslim.

    The Houthi movement has cracked down on Baha'is since its supporters drove the Western-backed government of President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi out of the capital Sanaa and seized control of much of western Yemen in 2015.

    The UN has said Bahai's living in rebel territory have faced a "persistent pattern of persecution", including harassment and arbitrary detention.

    In January, UN human rights experts urged the Houthi-led authorities to annul a death sentence handed down against a Baha'i man, Hamid Kamali bin Haydara, who was accused of "compromising the independence of the Republic of Yemen" and spreading the Baha'i faith in the country.

    A number of trials against Mr bin Haydara, including the one during which the death sentence was imposed, took place without him being present, and his lawyer was not given the opportunity to contest the evidence presented against him.


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    A bullet in the back for raping a boy: Two paedophiles, 28 and 31, are publicly executed in Yemen for raping and murdering a 12-year-old

    By Sara Malm For Mailonline
    Daily Mail UK

    Yemen has executed two men for abducting, raping and murdering a 12-year-old boy by shooting them in public.

    Wadah Refat, 28, and Mohamed Khaled, 31, had been convicted of raping and murdering a boy named Mohamed Saad in May last year.

    Hundreds had gathered in the port city of Aden on Thursday to watch the men get shot dead in front of the baying crowd.

    The boy had been playing next to a house where one of them lived, when the pair set upon him, dragged him into the home and raped him.

    'After the rape, they could not silence the cries of the child, who begged for help, so one of them grabbed a knife and slit his throat,' court documents seen by El Mundo states.

    A 33-year-old woman has also been sentenced to death for helping Refat and Khaled dismember the boy's body.

    Her execution has been postponed as she is pregnant, according to the website.

    Yemen has one of the highest execution rates per capita in the world, and shooting is the most common method.

    Islamic Sharia law is applied in the country and a number of crimes are punishable by death, including murder, rape and terrorism.


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    Excellent news. Way to go Yemen!

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