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Saudi Prosecutor Demands “Death by Crucifixion” for Sheikh Nimr
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Sheikh Nimr Al-NimrSaudi prosecution demanded in a hearing that took place on Monday, “death by crucifixion" for Sheikh Nimr Baqir Al-Nimr, 55 years old, who has been arrested since last summer for opposing the Saudi regime.

Saudi media reported that the prosecution demanded “death + crucifixion” for Sheikh Al-Nimr after accusing him of “igniting sectarian incitements” and “aiding terorrists”, as well as "offending Gulf leaders and scholars” and “waging war on God”.

For his part, Sheikh Al-Nimr requested a period of time to respond to the list of accusations, after having received it during the hearing, and to appoint a defense lawyer.

Source: Agencies

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User Comments Number of comments: 1
1 - Rosolution
Syed Shujaat Ali Kazmi | Pakistan 21:29 2014-02-14
i Today 14 Feb. 2014 Friday a rosolution is passed against the voilance of Saudi Govt. on Saudi people
and also against the arrest of Aaytullah Shaikh Nemer Baqar Al-Nemer in the Jamia Mosque Shia Imamia
Muzaffararabad Which is the capital of Azad Jammu

 

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