۱۴ مهر ۱۴۰۱ |۱۰ ربیع‌الاول ۱۴۴۴ | Oct 6, 2022
Ansarullah Political Bureau

Member of the Political Bureau of Ansarullah, Ahmed Al-Farah, revealed the scandal of the Saudi regime in the crime of executing 81 people, including Yemenis.

Hawzah News Agency – “The executions carried out by the criminal Saudi regime have two faces,” he wrote in a post published on his Twitter page on Saturday. “The first is the face of American democracy that protects this criminal and rights-violating regime.”

“The other is the blasphemous Wahhabi face that thirsts for the blood of innocent Muslims. It does not believe in coexistence and does not accept the other and execute just for expressing an opinion,” he added.

Saudi Arabia has executed 81 prisoners in a single day over "terror-related offenses," in the largest mass execution carried out by the highly-conservative Arab kingdom in recent memory.

In an announcement on Saturday, the state-run Saudi Press Agency said 81 inmates, including seven Yemenis and a Syrian, were executed, alleging that the suspects had been convicted of a variety of crimes, including killings and belonging to militant groups.

According to Al-Ahed News, the new executions included young men who exercised their legitimate right to express opinion and to demand legitimate and just rights to a decent life, equality and freedom.

The opposition in the Arabian Peninsula said in a statement that the Saudi regime pursues its methodology of committing more crimes against innocent people, exploiting the so-called war on terror and making use of the current international situation, where the world is preoccupied with what is happening in Ukraine to carry out a horrific massacre against a group of young people who only exercised their legitimate right of expressing their right to freedom.

“The regime didn't only kill the civilians physically, but also perpetrated a form of moral killing by listing the names of youths who took part in the peace movement alongside the name of terrorists from Al-Qaeda and ISIS organizations to delude local and foreign public opinion that the death penalty is linked to terrorism. This only exposes the Saudi regime's misinformation campaign,” the statement reads.

The statement pointed out that the massacre committed by the Saudi regime is clear proof that all its claims about reform, change, and openness are null and void and represent outdated propaganda that will not deceive people who have moral principles and a heart.

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