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Saudi Expert Says Mass Executions Becoming Common

WorldNews Thursday, 23 May 2019
Saudi Expert Says Mass Executions Becoming CommonSaudi Arabia is once again planning to execute religious activists, according to the "Middle East Eye" website, Germany’s DW news service reports. Madawi Al-Rasheed, an expert on Saudi society, says mass executions are becoming common in the Gulf kingdom. “Middle East Eye,” an online platform devoted to news from the region, has reported on Saudi plans to imminently execute three religious activists. Clerics Salman al-Odah, Awad al-Qarni and Ali al-Omari are expected to be put to death once Ramadan, the Muslim month of fasting, ends on June 4. The German branch of Reporters Without Borders, along with Human Rights Watch head Kenneth Roth, immediately shared the news on Twitter....
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