http://france.mycityportal.net - Britain urges Saudi Arabia not to paralyse convict - FRANCE 24 - FRANCE 24 Britain urges Saudi Arabia not to paralyse convictFRANCE 24Saudi police cars are parked outside the Al-rajhi mosque in central Riyadh, on March 11, 2011. Britain on Thursday urged Saudi Arabia not to carry out the "grotesque" punishment of paralysis for a man whose alleged crime... - http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tfd=Rusg=AFQjCNFARMYHo4hIqbea_rglgzR0c
Saudi Arabia: This is the new form of punishment in one of the Saudi nations. According to reports sent to us from Arabia, this is a new punishment used on at least one person found to possess a bible. Since then, four more people have come forth and confirmed that they have seen people with …
Saudi Arabia Executes A Prince From The Royal Family For Murder Saudi Arabia yesterday executed a member of the royal family for murder in a rare case involving one of the thousands of members of the House of Saud. "Prince Turki bin Saud al-Kabir was put to death in the capital Riyadh for shooting dead Adel al-Mahemid a Saudi during a brawl" said a statement released by the Interior Ministry of Saudi Arabia. The rare event rocketed around the kingdoms social media networks with some…
For the love of Allah. When we reported earlier today that Saudi Arabia had cut all diplomatic ties with Iran, we figured that Riyadh would quickly come to its senses. Nope.Here's the latest installment of "we're Saudi Arabia and we do what we want":
From flogging to eye-gouging, IBTimes UK looks at some of the cruelest punishments in Saudi Arabia. Around 100 people are beheaded in Saudi Arabia every year, with the country beheading nearly twice as many people as Isis so far in 2015.
<Saudi Arabia’s harsh drug laws> The sale of drugs in Saudi Arabia almost always results in the death penalty. Saudi Arabia and judicial authorities are not inclined to make exceptions.Alcohol use is illegal in Saudi Arabia, and possession or use of alcohol or drugs can be punished by public flogging, fines, lengthy imprisonment, or death. Wait until you have heard about how they punish drug traffickers—a public beheading—the same punishment for murderers and rapists.
No Sri Lankan is among the fifty people convicted over various offences in Saudi Arabia and whose punishments have been scheduled to be carried out tomorrow, Foreign Employment Minister Thalatha Athukorala said.