posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 07:41 AM
reply to post by gps777
Here's the Rehab for violent criminals in Saudi Arabia and maybe a few wound up at the prison you are speaking about also.
The official, classified document shows that the authorities of Saudi Arabia have ordered the release of a group of the most dangerous criminals
who have been sentenced to death in exchange for going to fight in Syria. Prior to their deployment to Syria the convicts are to be trained in
unconventional warfare, terrorism, or in what is euphemistically described as Jihad.
The group of convicts includes 105 Yemeni, 21 Palestinian, 212 Saudi, 96 Sudanese, 254 Syrian, 82 Jordanian, 68 Somali, 32 Afghan, 194 Egyptian, 203
Pakistani, 23 Iraqi and 44 Kuwaiti citizens. It is unlikely that this group is the only such group that is going to be deployed from Saudi
Makes me sick.. The Saudi government are rehabilitating those criminals because to the Saudi regime, they are useful idiots. Instead of them attacking
Saudi allies, make them attack the enemies.
Some of the killed or captured Turkish convicts had ties to Al Qaeda associated organizations. One of the more prominent among these convict
insurgents was the brother of the leader of the 2003 HSBC bombers. The bombing of the HSBC bank in Istanbul in 2003 killed 67 and wounded more than
700 people. The Saudi document indicates that the forced use of prisoners in Saudi Arabia and Turkey is part of a GCC-NATO strategy rather than
Now I have done a short stint in Jail here in Aus. We had a pool (it wasn't in use, never had water), We had a gym (No treadmills etc), we had a pool
table (It was a piece of junk though), and forced labour
.. Those terrorists are getting treated like f/ing kings.
Saudi war crimes