Saudi Executions: Real Face of the West and Mohammed bin Salman
The death penalty is not a punishment as much as it is an ultimatum, as it aims to create a state of terror closer to being a punishment than the state of guilt, and when its victims are dead, the smell of blood is used as a means of warning the living.
HRW: Saudi's Execution of 81 Men is Brutal Show of its Autocratic Rule and Justice System
Human Rights Watch condemned on Tuesday (March 15, 2022) what it deemed rampant and systemic abuses in Saudi Arabia's criminal justice system after the recent mass execution of 81 individuals, suggesting that it is highly unlikely that any of the men received a fair trial.
Al-Wefaq Offers Condolences to Al-Qatif People on Martyrdom of 41, Stresses that Language of Killing Condemned
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society condoled the people of Qatif for the martyrdom of a group of their sons, after the Saudi authorities executed 81 detainees, including 41 from Al-Qatif and Al-Awamiyah.
UN Decries Mass Execution in Saudi Arabia
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights condemned "the mass execution" carried out on Saturday against 81 convicts in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia Puts 81 to Death, Including 41 Shiites, 7 Yemenis
Saudi authorities announced Saturday (March 12, 2022) that they executed 81 people in one day convicted of various crimes in the kingdom, which has one of the highest execution rates in the world. The number of deaths marks more than the total of 69 executions in all of 2021.