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Ethnic cleansing in Saudi Arabia

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 1:27 pm
by Going South
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-new ... ssion=true

A six-year-old boy was beheaded in front of his screaming mum in Saudi Arabia for belonging to the wrong branch of Islam, according to reports.

The child and his mum were allegedly approached while visiting a shrine to the Prophet Muhammad in Medina and asked if they were Shia Muslims.

The mum reportedly said yes and several minutes later a car pulled up beside them and the child was snatched away from her.

The boy - named locally as Zakaria Al-Jaber - was repeatedly stabbed in the neck with a piece of broken glass until he was beheaded, it is claimed.

His helpless mum could only watch and scream as the horror unfolded.

Saudi Arabia's predominant branch of Islam is Sunni, accounting for around three quarters of the population.

Human rights groups say practitioners of other forms of the faith - including Shia - are persecuted.

Shia Rights Watch, a Washington DC-based campaign group, said: "There was no intervention from anyone and no response from authority thus far.

"The Saudi Shia community came together in mourning and to show solidarity with the parents.

"The community also reported this incident is a result of ongoing violations and lack of protection by the Saudi authority toward its Shia population.

"Saudi Shia have been under military crackdown by their government and many Shia are in prisons and on death toll."

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Re: Ethnic cleansing in Saudi Arabia

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 5:55 am
by raja
So when is the world going to impose sanctions on Saudi Arabia?

Everyone expresses outrage at Saudi's various human rights violations - but it is all lip service.

Talk is cheap.

Re: Ethnic cleansing in Saudi Arabia

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:10 am
by Going South
It’s Saudi Barbaria indeed.

If a Muslim of another sect itself is not safe, what about people of other religion visitors/foreigners etc ?

Public beheadings? Public chopping off hands & body parts? Women not allowed to drive till recently? Can’t go anywhere alone without a male escort? Strict dress code? WTF.

Waiting for whole world turn to oil free economy.

Re: Ethnic cleansing in Saudi Arabia

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:22 am
by bolero
Its because of oil that the world is ignoring this nonsense.

Re: Ethnic cleansing in Saudi Arabia

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 12:20 pm
by Katto
barely scratching the surface

I'm not going to get into it here

Re: Ethnic cleansing in Saudi Arabia

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 12:47 pm
by Going South
Katto wrote:barely scratching the surface

I'm not going to get into it here

Hahahahaha

You have become wise nowadays.

Re: Ethnic cleansing in Saudi Arabia

Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2019 4:26 am
by raja
Going South wrote:It’s Saudi Barbaria indeed.

If a Muslim of another sect itself is not safe, what about people of other religion visitors/foreigners etc ?

Public beheadings? Public chopping off hands & body parts? Women not allowed to drive till recently? Can’t go anywhere alone without a male escort? Strict dress code? WTF.

Waiting for whole world turn to oil free economy.


Just now, the Indian PM warmly welcomed and hugged the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammad bin Salman (MBS) to India.
MBS is already under a big cloud for the Khashoggi assassination.
Besides, even after the Pulwama terrorist attack (masterminded by Jaish-e-Mohammad, which is based out of Pakistan), Saudi Arabia announced it will invest $20 billion in Pakistan.

So why this pretence of caring about human rights?

Re: Ethnic cleansing in Saudi Arabia

Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2019 5:43 am
by Going South
India should not entertained this guy. Just because there are million Indians working there, they put up with him I guess.

Re: Ethnic cleansing in Saudi Arabia

Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2019 1:07 am
by Going South
Just heard on news that
Saudi Arabia appointed a princess as its new ambassador to the U.S. on Saturday, the first time the kingdom has named a woman to such a post.
I welcome it even though it’s a princess. Hope common women too get appointed for such coveted posts in future.