INTERNATIONAL: Saudi Arabia orders execution of teenager for attending protest

By Express (UK)
Photo credit: *Express (UK)

Photo credit: *Express (UK)

EXPRESS (UK) – Abdullah ah-Zaher became the youngest person given the death sentence, according to campaigners Reprieve.

Campaigners claim Abdullah ah-Zaher, who attended the protest four years ago was put on death row as part of a crackdown on political dissent.

The 19-year-old has been moved to solitary confinement and could be beheaded at any moment.

Despite possible repercussions, his family have gone public with his story, in a final bid to save his life.

His father Hassan al-Zaher said: “Please help me save my son from the imminent threat of death. He doesn’t deserve to die just because he participated in a protest rally.”

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4 comments

  1. The United Nations Human Rights Council is run by the USA Government (it really is), and they do more harm than good; because their main aim is to cause chaos for other Foreign Governments. Saudi Arabia will soon feel the pinch after all the other Arab Nations are in turmoil because of Oil. They will be last on the Agenda because of Mecca, which all Arabians hold as Holy. If the United Nations Human Rights Council really cared about these things, WHY have they not turned their attention to Africa; WHY have the West continued to give Foreign Aid in the form of money, when they know that the money goes into the Bank accounts of the Leaders who are Multi Millionaires and Billionaires on a POOR Continent !? If those Leaders are so good at Business to make them that rich, WHY don't they use their Skills to benefit their Countries??

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  2. Ask Lucian ambassador to the U.K. Juffali for help. he is a Saudi prince, isn't he?

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  3. Isn't it ironic that Saudi Arabia serves on the United Nations Human Rights Council.    I hope world leaders can put a stop to these executions.

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    • You sure are funny... these people have money the united nation only go after people who have no power and no teeth to bite ... like the caribbean countries .... who condemn someone to death sentence but never actually carry it out but they go after the countries year after year.... lol they wont say anything

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