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Saudi Arabia to behead a teenager for participating in a protest

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posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 11:58 AM
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Abdullah ah-Zaher, age 19, was alleged to have used his Blackberry to instigate a revolution at a protest rally when he was only 15 years old.
www.express.co.uk...

This should go the UN's Council on Human Rights!!....oh wait....Saudi Arabia is head of it....never mind.




posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 12:03 PM
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a reply to: queenofswords

What a joke.

The Saudis seem to do whatever they want without repercussions. Look at that Saudi man who "fell" into a girl, penetrating her "accidentally" so there were no rape charges.

What a despicable state of affairs. HOW the HELL did they become the head of the UN Council on Human Rights? What is this, bizarro world? Might as well be, Bruce Jenner wins Woman of the Year and Donald Trump is apparently doing GREAT on his campaign so far.

How STUPID can large groups of people be?



posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 12:24 PM
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The US government doesn't want to interfere with the culture over there is what you hear from them when it comes to this kind of stuff.
Like when US soldiers see young men being abused by allied soldiers and are told to look the other way .
At the same time, they start wars and invade these places and try to change the culture.
We are friends with the fox that is allowed to guard the hen house .



posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 12:40 PM
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a reply to: JHumm

Well-said.

2nd



posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 01:14 PM
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a reply to: queenofswords

There is nothing that indicates the level of depravity in the world today by having Saudi as Heads of the UN Human Rights whatever - they are there purely because of the support of very wealthy families in the West who have oil interest-based businesses.

This whole group need to be investigated because to put such a country with blatant human rights issues at the head of the UN Council supposedly to protect those rights is one of the most corrupt and disgraceful acts ever ,because this is one of the main countries with no regard for anyone who steps out of its ruler's control `zone'. They are even supposedly bombing schools in Yemen which is a crime in itself against innocent children and their helpers.

I seem to remember cameron smirking at us from our tv's telling us about this and looking like he got the cream, however we all know who he's related to.



posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 02:46 PM
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Theres that double standard poking its head onto the world stage…

Good vs, Bad Muslim countries: If an ally of the US, then look the other way. If not, then bad Jihadist, terrorist , extremist, Islamisisist.

But beheading, seriously? I thought that was the ISIS crisis crime of the century?

Not apparently, when Allied "Islamic States" do it.

Judging by the response, the anti muslim crowd is 'distracted', bashing heads elsewhere.



posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 02:48 PM
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Saudi Arabia disgusts me beyond belief.

I wish our govt wasnt in bed with these guys...

That whole family needs to go.



posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 03:19 PM
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This is what happens to a society propped up by Oil money, went straight from Riding camels through the desert, to driving Lambo's and Ferrari's. Unfortunetly their mental state is a few hundred years lacking. I feel sorry for the boy 19 who is going to loose his head, probably wasnt even the one who started the protest, Its not like he held a gun to their heads and said March. This government is so scared of loosing power, thats why they treat anyone that even remotely trys to question authority with death.



posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 05:02 PM
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a reply to: queenofswords

What outrageous is the United States considers Saudi Arabia an ally! Our government leaders don't condone ISIS for beheadings, yet the U.S. is silent when Saudi Arabia engages in such barbarity. As far as I'm concerned they're no better than ISIS.


Wahhabism, which comes from Saudi Arabia, has committed more extremism and violence than any other ideology in the last 30 years of history. So the West is not just complicit with Saudi Arabia in terms of human rights violations, but the West is complicit with them on an ideological scale, a terrorist scale. The fact that Saudi Arabia has had more terrorists go to foreign theaters of war in battlefield than any other state within the last 50 years speaks volumes and measures.



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 02:05 AM
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Slightly "Miffed" reading this. It's getting a little beyond on or two death penalty cases over there. It sickens me to believe they use this punishment with such frequency. I have always believed that the punishment should suit the crime. But this just takes the piss?

I think great change is afoot and sooner or maybe a little later things are gonna have to change. The whole "our custom" thing is BS. That is not an excuse, shouldn't be an excuse and is pathetically lame.

Whatever happens in the future I hope there is change when this "stuff" is concerned. I'm all for a fair go, but if you think you can do what you want because you have oil? Well, your more stupid than I thought.

Angry.



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 02:20 AM
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Don't do the crime if you can't do the time

Simple as that



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 03:53 AM
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It seems the Saudi goat molesters have really ramped up the beheadings this year, to a level that would probably make an ISIS Jihadi blush.

They are nothing more than a dictatorship, led by people who don't even follow the same rules they will torture and execute others for. They simply jump on their private jets then it's a week or two away for fun filled coke, drink and sex filled good times.

I came to the realization a long time ago that Saudi Arabia is nothing more than a Western created and backed money laundering operation. The Saudis buy huge amounts of armaments (which they don't really need), and take kickbacks in the £Millions (tens or hundreds of £Millions) for arranging the deals, while the British and American arms suppliers get big contracts and very healthy returns on their company stock.
Good times all round and perhaps an indication as to why Tony Blair stepped in and personally suspended the rule of law and quashed the Serious Fraud Office investigation into British Aerospace's dealings with the Saudis.


Maybe I should start a petition to have them blocked from entering the UK?



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 04:29 AM
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originally posted by: Britguy
perhaps an indication as to why Tony Blair stepped in and personally suspended the rule of law and quashed the Serious Fraud Office investigation into British Aerospace's dealings with the Saudis.



Those contracts were government to government with UK industry and the country getting the payouts, it wasnt BAe doing the deals, the UK were getting a lot of oil for Arms for which BAe and its subbies made good money out of.

The bribery is a joke, all the players do it but America is the worst for claiming unfair practices and then prosecuting people.

B-liar stopped it because the UK government (the tories) were bent in the Al Yammamah dealings, but Tory or not, it would be bad for Britain so he pulled it, BAe is often touted as the instigator but it wasnt their deal.



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 04:38 AM
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I worked in Saudi for a few years as a young man. I did once go to the stadium to watch a beheading even though the company banned it, I was getting ready to move back to the UK and thought "its happening, I want to see it for myself".

I dont know if I knew any of the cheering men and women in front of me, but I hated them all, I never watched the execution as I was looking at the crowd, there were some happy looking people there.

The religious police stopped quite a few of the nurses. We used to go out into the desert with the Americans with crates of Bud and have a big session, camp until we were sober and drive back in, we used to bring some of our Saudi co workers with us, some of the younger guys loved our parties. I always hoped they would grow up and make a change....

16 years ago that was, I imagine those young Saudis we used to party with are probably the religious police we all avoided.



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 05:01 AM
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originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: queenofswords

What a joke.

The Saudis seem to do whatever they want without repercussions. Look at that Saudi man who "fell" into a girl, penetrating her "accidentally" so there were no rape charges.

What a despicable state of affairs. HOW the HELL did they become the head of the UN Council on Human Rights? What is this, bizarro world? Might as well be, Bruce Jenner wins Woman of the Year and Donald Trump is apparently doing GREAT on his campaign so far.

How STUPID can large groups of people be?


how stupid? dude,some American states still have the death penalty along with a bunch of other country's, only difference is the delivery method, this is the law you dont like it lump it, i wont go to texas and break the law resulting in getting shot full of cheap drugs allowing me to die a horrible death you dont go to S.A. and start a riot with a phone and get beheaded.
deal with it.



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 05:10 AM
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originally posted by: Forensick

originally posted by: Britguy
perhaps an indication as to why Tony Blair stepped in and personally suspended the rule of law and quashed the Serious Fraud Office investigation into British Aerospace's dealings with the Saudis.



Those contracts were government to government with UK industry and the country getting the payouts, it wasnt BAe doing the deals, the UK were getting a lot of oil for Arms for which BAe and its subbies made good money out of.

The bribery is a joke, all the players do it but America is the worst for claiming unfair practices and then prosecuting people.

B-liar stopped it because the UK government (the tories) were bent in the Al Yammamah dealings, but Tory or not, it would be bad for Britain so he pulled it, BAe is often touted as the instigator but it wasnt their deal.



Nevertheless, the rule of law was suspended to protect the criminals making the money, and had nothing to do with protecting British jobs, which was used simply as leverage and for public consumption.

I have worked for large corporations for the last 20 years, and every year it is mandatory for us all to sit through ethics and compliance training. Much of this is mandated by the government, yet they get a free pass to break the very laws they push onto everyone else, and will prosecute to the fullest extent of the law, the little guys for breaking them.

In essence, by suspending the rule of law, they clearly have no mandate to govern and should step down and be prosecuted accordingly. I'd also go so far as to say that we, the public, should also be under no obligation to follow the laws they pass, if they are openly flouted by those who make them. Seems fair to me. We either have laws, applicable to all, without question, or we don't.



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 10:20 AM
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a reply to: PLAYERONE01



lol you seem very upset by my post. Read my signature line, relaxx mann



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 10:22 AM
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a reply to: CaptainBeno

& yet Player01 over here gets upset when people criticize Saudi being the head of UN Council on Human RIghts.



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 10:52 AM
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Well i guess......*sunglasses* The boy shoudnt had lost his head....YYYEEEAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 12:26 PM
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If someone that you thought were your friend was raping women, killing babies with birth defects, beheading people for whatever reason.
Would you just say, well that is just how he is and still be his friend?
Then he gets a job that let's him be in charge of the school that your kids go to and is now allowed to tell you what punishment they will get for getting in trouble.
Still gonna be his friend?




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