SAUDI ARABIA: Court sentences a citizen to prison for three years for supporting the #Daesh and calling for release of extremists – @AceNewsServices


It is surprising that the ruling legal body of Saudi Arabia sentences this woman for supporting Daesh, but the ruling body are not sentenced for their support.

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#AceNewsReport – May.12: Saudi woman gets three year jail term for supporting the #Daesh

A Saudi woman has been sentenced to three years – reduced from the original six years – in jail for supporting Daesh and calling for the release of extremists.

A Saudi court sentenced a woman to three years in jail plus a travel ban for supporting Daesh. (File photo)

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SAUDI ARABIA: Family tortured to death their Indian housemaid her family says and but she died of natural causes say the hospital – @AceNewsServices


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#AceNewsReport – May.10: Indian woman tortured to death by her Saudi employer
Preview A 25-year-old woman from India, working as a housemaid in Saudi Arabia, was tortured to death by her employer, the woman’s family claims.

However, The Saudi hospital where she had been treated says she died of “natural causes.

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SAUDI ARABIA: Women’s right to drive debate returns to negotiating table as two ‘ Shoura Council ‘ members plan to amend article 36 of the traffic law to allow equality in driving within the kingdom – @AceNewsServices


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#AceNewsReport – April.22: Saudi Arabia returns to debate women’s right to drive

Two Shoura Council members reopened discussion on women driving in the Kingdom.

Shoura member Haya Al-Minai said she is proposing to amend Article 36 in the Traffic Law to state that driving is an equal right for men and women.”I hope that our proposal to amend the Traffic Law will be voted on in the next Shoura Council meeting. Giving women the right to drive will increase their productivity,” said Al-Minai.

Shoura member Haya Al-Minai said the success of women in municipal council elections is proof that women have the potential to contribute to the development of the Kingdom. (AFP/File)

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Saudi Arabia’s new idea: People who come out as gay online should be beheaded | DeadState


How can the West do business with Saudi Arabia, which the Saudis will feel the West condones their extreme forms of punishments for acts which should not even be seen as crimes. Is their oil that so much important?

 

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Source: Saudi Arabia’s new idea: People who come out as gay online should be beheaded | DeadState

Arab Gulf States Close Doors to Syrian Refugees :: Middle East Forum


Originally published under the title “Gulf Countries Have ‘Closed The Doors’ To Syria’s Real Refugees – So Now UN Chief Ban Ki Moon Is Lecturing Britain And America.” U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon has surfaced, once again to lecture the Anglosphere

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Life in Saudi Arabia: All Christians should be punished with death – Documentary | The Muslim Issue


Saudi Arabia spent over $70 billion between 1984 to 2004 to spread Wahhabi Islam and terrorism all over the world. The amount has now surpassed $100 billion. So why is the world still engaged in tr…

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Saudi Arabian government beheading more teenagers for demonstrating?


And we still deal with them, oil as a lot to answer for.

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Ali al-Nimr, Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr's nephew, is among those feared to be facing executionFrom daily The Independent in Britain:

Saudi Arabia due to ‘complete’ January mass executions with four more deaths

Ali al-Nimr, the teenage nephew of a Shia cleric executed in January, is feared to be among those to be beheaded

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13 March 2016

Four more prisoners are reportedly to be killed by Saudi Arabia as the country moves to “complete” a wave of mass executions that started in January.

The kingdom put 47 people to death on a single day that month, including the prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr and at least one teenager, sparking global protests.

But articles carried in state-affiliated media ahead of the date claimed 52 people were to die, sparking speculation that some of the executions had been delayed.

Okaz, a liberal newspaper believed to be one of the most-read in Saudi Arabia, reported that four convicted “terrorists” were due to be…

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Saudi Arabia urged to make more of its human rights successes by Foreign Office minster Tobias Ellwood | Middle East | News | The Independent


A government minister has urged Saudi Arabia to do a “better job” of trumpeting its human rights successes during an official visit to the country, less than a month after it carried out the mass execution of 47 people. Tobias Ellwood, the Foreign Office minister for the Middle East, made the comments on Monday as he and other British delegates addressed Saudi Arabia’s National Society for Human Rights in the capital Riyadh, The Independent understands.

Source: Saudi Arabia urged to make more of its human rights successes by Foreign Office minster Tobias Ellwood | Middle East | News | The Independent

Hard Times for Terrorists: ISIS Cuts Salaries by Half


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It seems that ISIS is also having to suffer cuts and austerity, like everyone else. In this video, The Young Turks’ John Iadarola and Ana Kasparian discuss the recent decision by Daesh to cut their fighters’ pay by 50%. Apparently, the mujahidin can receive anything from $400 to $1,200, with $50 extra for their wives and $25 for their children. But now that things aren’t going so well for them, they’re having to take a cut in salary.

The two presenters express surprise that the crazed mass-murderers of the Islamic State were taking so much in pay, considering that they were supposed to be doing it for the faith. Ana Kasparian states that she doubts that this will make much difference to the suicide bombers. Iadarola takes the point, but believes it might have some effect. Some of the Islamic State’s recruits do become disillusioned and try to leave, when…

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